House Tour | Emblem Condos by Bozzuto

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The curtain to this month’s house tour opens on the bustling, bright city of Washington, D.C. Bozzuto Construction has designed a series of condos by the Barracks Row and Navy Yard called Emblem. These condos, five of which are penthouses, are nestled above two retail bays on the first floor. They feature minimalist form and European function with an emphasis on high-style color contrasts. Each condominium boasts a one-of-a-kind floor plan, modern finishes and floor-to-ceiling windows, which allow residents to take in the breathtaking D.C. skyline and Washington Monument any time they please.

All photos: Linen & Lens Photography | 4120 Raven

The light wood tones of the floors in each kitchen play off of the contrasting bright white and charcoal grey kitchen features for a clean-lined design well suited for condo living. You feel warmth without weight, uniquely blended with light-filled interiors and neutral color palettes to accent a bold style.

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Emblem kitchens aren’t just beautiful to look at, they’re built for function as well. Charcoal Shaker-style base cabinets and flat-panel white wall cabinets enhance the modern character of this metropolitan space.

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Raven quartz is used for the kitchen countertops and islands, which ensures cleanup will be a breeze. Matte brass hardware complements the slate grey of the quartz without distracting from its slightly dappled look, which adds texture and a tactile appearance.

A few of the condos boast spiral staircases, which lead to airy upstairs lofts that are perfect for workspaces, yoga studios or even a second bedroom.

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All bathrooms feature floating white vanities and a fresh, clean design. White Attica tops this bathroom countertop, giving the room a fun dose of texture and sophistication. The addition of modern chrome Kohler fittings and built-in shower shelving is both sophisticated and practical.

Speaking of sophisticated, we wouldn't mind sipping a Manhattan while lounging in this neutral-toned living room overlooking the city. A pop of greenery and a captivating piece of wall art brighten up the space.

While many of the condos in this modern complex are already sold, there are still a few available. Who could resist such a unique, contemporary dream home? Certainly not us... We’d take all 20 if we could.

 

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