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Barbara Kagan wants to get the most out of her Northwest Washington home’s basement. Kagan loves her bold checkerboard floor, but lighting and furniture placement (in a room with several entryways and support columns) have always been a challenge.
Just as wardrobes change with the season, so should a home’s style. Spring and summer are for “whimsical,” decor, says Wesley Thompson, an Annapolis interior designer, whereas there’s something about the fall and winter months that’s “more sophisticated and rich feeling, as a reflection of the hibernating, nesting instinct.”
Trudy Dujardin is an interior designer and adjunct professor at Fairfield University in Connecticut, as well as the author of the new book “Comfort Zone: Creating the Eco-Elegant Interior.”