The Washington Post
Tim Price, right, and Jerry Sealy have used works of art as centerpieces in each room of their co-op in the District’s Adams Morgan to create a unified whole.
Like many couples considering moving in together, Jerry Sealy and Tim Price had difficulty deciding on design preferences.
Sealy, an editorial design consultant, liked contemporary. Price, an internal medicine physician, liked traditional.
But a design team helped them convert Price’s 1,600-square-foot, 1928 co-op in the District’s Adams Morgan neighborhood into a comfortably curated home contrasting styles and textures and melding elements of both personalities.
“Luckily, around that time we met Josh and Viv at the D.C...Read More