DC designer Darryl Carter has shared his design tips with AT DC and we've blogged about his new furniture line. Now we get to see inside his Virginia house! The picture above shows Darryl Carter in front of his 19th-century Virginia farmhouse with his dogs, Otis and Lucy. Click below the jump for more info and photos...
Darryl Carter's home mixes antiques and contemporary pieces. Above is a photo of the studio, which has an antique gurney and desk, a partition made of Indonesian banyan bark, and portraits of Carter's dog Otis.
Below is a photo of the dining room with an oak gateleg wake table by Scottish Connection, antique armchairs, a Baroque-style chandelier, and a painted barn door.
The master bathroom has an oak-rimmed galvanized-metal tub, a milking stool, and an antique print.
In the kitchen: a FiveStar range, a Vent-A-Hood hood, and an 18th-century Italian table used as an island.
In the breakfast room are an antique English daybed and tooled-leather chair, and a farm table designed by Carter.
Click here to see more of Darryl Carter's Virginia house. Photos by Simon Upton via PointClickHome.