Phillippa Hughes' Colorful, Art-filled Hot Spot in Union Row

Phillippa Hughes' Colorful, Art-filled Hot Spot in Union Row

Leah Moss
Oct 30, 2009

Lately, it seems impossible to have a conversation about the DC's art scene that doesn't eventually lead to art collector and culture promoter, Philippa Hughes, the founder DC's cultural online hub, the Pink Line Project. Fittingly, her 14th Street abode is brimming with the creations of DC artists. Thanks to Washington Spaces, we get a glimpse...

Philippa's vibrant flat spares nothing when it comes to color— perfect inspiration as we bid adieu to fall color month— and as a result, energy seems to pulse from every nook and cranny. Like Philippa herself, her home seems to wear many hats: rotating art gallery, fundraising venue, and creative Pink line Project home-base.

Check out Emily Lyons' full article for Washington Spaces here.

You can also see more of Philippa's incredible apartment on Brittany Watson, (The House That Lars Built) latest blogging endeavor.

(Images: Washington Spaces)

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