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homeanddesign.com • MARCH/APRIL 2017 113grace NOTESA renovation updates a 1920s Tudor-style house in DC while preserving its period charmBy Jennifer Barger PhotograPhy By edward addeoVisitors enter the stone manor house through a peaked doorway (opposite) that opens into a wide, welcoming foyer (these pages) furnished with antiques. The foyer overlooks a lush back garden through French doors and connects to the living room via archways. 114 MARCH/APRIL 2017 • homeanddesign.comhomeanddesign.com • MARCH/APRIL 2017 115The large living room easily accommodates several seating areas and a grand piano. Off-white walls allow plush antiques and bespoke pieces such as a David Iatesta coffee table and sofas from Nancy Corzine to take center stage. A coffered ceiling adds interest, while French doors admit plenty of natural light. 116 MARCH/APRIL 2017 • homeanddesign.comhomeanddesign.com • MARCH/APRIL 2017 117RENOVATION ARCHITECTURE: ANKIE BARNES, FAIA, LEED AP, principal; MELANIE GIORDANO, AIA, ...