SCOTUS Springs a Leak 

May 11, 2022

Leaks are pernicious things. You often don’t know you have one until water starts to drip down your wall or a stain creeps across the ceiling. It’s not a good […]

Ukraine’s Profile in Courage

February 28, 2022

The situation in Ukraine is your classic David-and-Goliath story and, at this moment, it looks as though David may be winning. Or at least holding his own. Ukrainian president Volodymyr […]

Georgetown’s Residential Real Estate: The Year in RE-view

February 9, 2022

The basic rules of supply and demand drove the market to new heights   Covid? What Covid? Unlike so many people and sectors, residential real estate in 2021 proved virtually immune to […]

Rear Window: Restored Federal Townhouse Reveals Glorious Garden Views  


You always know when you’re in a home designed by Akseizer Residential. Refined finishes, a cool color palette, a soupçon of French sophistication and a little cheeky humor to balance […]

All About Eve: The Message of Dobbs. v. Jackson Women’s Health Org.

December 6, 2021

  The story of Genesis is eons old and you would think by this time that the statute of limitations had run out on Eve’s theft of the apple and […]

Bright Lights: A 1900s Row House Opens Up to Let More than Sun Shine In

November 10, 2021

The white brick and clapboard townhouse at 3317 Q St. NW is full of surprises — starting with what you think is the street-level entry but is really a private entrance to the first-floor WFH […]

Best Face Forward: Or, How to Look Beautiful Without the Knife

October 14, 2021

Over the past 18 months, people have discovered all sorts of new interests and activities. Bread baking. Extreme TV binge-watching. Pandemic pets. Pandemic parenting. Me? I discovered my face, or […]

Midas Touch: Rich Metal, Ornamentation Turn Sedate Home into Showstopper


After a dismal 19 months, we’d all love to see the world in a golden hue. The home at 3420 N St. NW offers just such a vision, rendered in an opulent palette of metallics, […]

Creative License on 33rd St.: A Classic Georgetown Home Goes Bold

August 19, 2021

On one of Georgetown’s prettiest streets sits a very pretty row home that shows a traditional Federalist face to the outside world, but inside, presents a world of multi-textured, multi-hued delights.    Built in 1850, the cream […]

Staycations: Summer in the City

June 25, 2021

GOT PLANS? YOU DON’T HAVE TO LEAVE WASHINGTON TO ENJOY A CHANGE OF SCENE. Just open your eyes, strap on that fanny pack, charge up the phone and go full-on […]