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Gorgeous views, smart storage solutions, custom built-ins—five home offices that prove form is just as important as function. Plus: tips on organizing all your office clutter, and the writing spaces of Washington’s top authors.
Open House Blog
Every week, our vet expert answers your pressing pet questions.
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The DC Council gave its final approval to the most expensive stadium in Major League Soccer history.
View CommentsDec 17, 2014 at 12:15 PM | By Benjamin Freed
The nuts and bolts behind seven top-dollar transactions this month. Plus—a nearly $7 million sale in Wesley Heights.
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Expert tips for a tiny home that's big on style.
View CommentsDec 16, 2014 at 02:38 PM | By Michelle Thomas

Want a kitchen ideal for both entertaining and everyday use? These five combine smart layouts with well-chosen materials and stylish accents.

Need more square-footage? Take a look downstairs. From a sprawling wine cellar to a compact English basement, these lower levels make the most of their space.

Inside four inspiring bathroom renovations—plus expert decorating advice and the resources to help you create a dream bath.

How to hide, control, and get rid of clutter in your home’s trouble spots—all by design.

The winners of this year’s Washingtonian Residential Design Awards include secluded waterfront retreats, light-filled renovations, and a meticulous restoration.

Washington’s sweetest spreads are home to Jim Kimsey, Debra Lee, Dan Snyder, and other high rollers.

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Thanks to a high inventory, low interest rates, and prices poised for growth, good deals abound in nearby resort towns.
Bertrand will headline this weekend’s Capital Home & Garden Show.
Get inspired with these unexpected color duos.
The District is the second US city to require privately owned buildings to report their energy use. See how efficient—or not—they are.