The Washington Design Center


1. Full Bloom We've taken the art of the hand to a whole new level with this timeless large-scale floral embroidery.

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2. Bright Young Thing

For his new Schumacher collection, interior designer David Kaihoi blends a fiercely downtown sensibility with exquisitely refined uptown taste.

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3. Flower Chenille

This ultra durable and fabulously luxe floral pattern has quiet appeal.


Duralee Highland Court Intermix Collection

Mixing It Up

Luxe. Sophisticated. Unexpected. Duralee is setting fall on fire with the new Highland Court Intermix Collection.

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A celebration of spicy hues featuring crimson, paprika and mulberry.

Duralee Highland Court Intermix Collection

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AmericanEye hosted a Lunch & Learn this month with LEE Industries, where designers had the opportunity to see in action how to build a chair.

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The majority of the event was livestreamed on Facebook and is saved for anyone who is interested.

How to Build a Chair from Laura Johnson on Vimeo.

How to Build a Chair from Laura Johnson on Vimeo.


Help us celebrate the launch of the September collections with Osborne & Little. Introducing, Mardi Gras by Nina Campbell.


The flamboyance of a Caribbean island festival is evoked in this large-scale embroidered chevron of variegated colour on linen union.


The Washington Design Center

The Washington Design Center at Franklin Court is conveniently located in the heart of the downtown Washington, DC business district at the corner of 14th Street, NW and L Street, NW. Our neighborhood is filled with restaurants, hotels, shopping and business services.

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1099 14th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20005

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