Posted Apr 12, 2007 12:37 am CDT
His first career was as a practicing lawyer. Then he became a real estate rehabber. But now Darryl Carter has found his true calling, the Washington Post reports.
The Georgetown law graduate is a high-profile interior designer with a rare “signature look” developed during his nine years in the business, the Post explains in an April 12 article profiling Carter and his work, which is a medley of contrasts both practical and beautiful.
“You have to make the environment pleasing to the eye but comfortable enough to live in,” Carter says – meanwhile, as the Post reporter recounts, “putting down a glass of iced tea – directly, no coaster – on the well-worn pine table in his breakfast room overlooking Rock Creek Park.”