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.