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Home Office Design: Updated Classic

Custom bookcases, a mix of old and new furnishings, and other details create this modern and functional space.

This office in an early-20th-century Georgetown house takes over what was once a sitting room off the master bedroom. Here’s how architect David Jones created a modern and functional space that’s respectful of the home’s character.

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Photograph by Gordon Beall.

This article appears in the March 2014 issue of Washingtonian.

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