A sofa from Room & Board backs up to exposed brick and custom shelving in the living room. The cocktail table is vintage—a reclaimed outdoor table base with a new glass top—that Stehlik found at Catonsville’s Home Anthology. Photograph by Andrew Propp.
Stehlik scored a pair of statement-making kelly green vinyl wingback chairs at U Street vintage shop Millennium. The wooden banker’s chair was found at Miss Pixie’s, and a marble side table from West Elm sits between the chairs. Photograph by Andrew Propp.
This entryway vignette takes the place of a formal foyer and combines a vintage Herman Miller Eames walnut lounge chair and wire-base table with a large-scale painting from Foundry. Photograph by Andrew Propp.
At left, the rhino head sculpture was a score from Millennium, and takes its place on a slender wall dividing the living and dining areas. At right, Stehlik punctuates his book collection with bottles of bourbon. Photograph by Andrew Propp.
A thoughtfully edited decor collection fills the living room wall, including several pieces of original art by Seattle artist Jessie Link and pottery by Camille Morin. Photograph by Andrew Propp.
This photo-collage throw pillow sits on the vintage wooden banker’s chair in the living area. Photograph by Andrew Propp.
Stehlik found the mid-century Burke tulip table and Eero Saarinen chairs at at estate sale in Virginia’s Hollin Hills, and paired the set with an industrial bar cabinet from Good Wood and artwork by Alexander Calder. Don’t miss the tapered candleholders on the bar—they’re actually vintage fire hose nozzles. Photograph by Andrew Propp.
At left, the bold blue door leading into the rowhouse; At right, a petite, contemporary sink and rich paint hue keeps the powder room masculine and sophisticated. Photograph by Andrew Propp.
Collected works of original art make bold statements throughout the home. Photograph by Andrew Propp.
Stehlik and Waller painted the wall of their backyard patio as a nod to Josef Albers’s “Homage to the Square.” Photograph by Andrew Propp.
Upstairs, a study combines a small sofa and slim desk from Room & Board with a vintage orange tulip chair and framed Monopoly money Stehlik dug up at the Georgetown flea market for $5. Photograph by Andrew Propp.
The master bedroom is simple and serene in shades of charcoal and white. Photograph by Andrew Propp.