Hillwood Hosts Great Homes and Gardens Series

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Escape the cold Washington winter and immerse yourself in the stories of luscious garden estates with Hillwood Estate, Museum and Gardens' Great Homes and Gardens Lecture Series. For more information and tickets, click here.

 

Tuesday 6 February - 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm

From the Inside Looking Out: A Dirt Gardener’s Journey to Elegance

This program is the first part of the Great Homes and Gardens Series. Interior designer Marshall Watson was raised with a passion for gardening, and that love of gardens has influenced his work with both interiors and exteriors.

 

Thursday 15 February - 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm

The Elements of French Style

This program is the second part of the Great Homes and Gardens Series. Inspired by Marjorie Post’s passion for the decorative arts and gardens of 18th-century France, designer Timothy Corrigan will break down the elements of French style and will illustrate how they can be incorporated into any home.

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Tuesday 20 February - 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm

A Family Country House

This program is the third part of the Great Homes and Gardens Series. Providing an insider’s look into the twenty-year evolution of a multi-generational family home, Alex Papachristidis will be discussing the renovations and interior design alterations that have occurred over the years in order to suit the needs of an ever growing family.

 

Wednesday 28 February - 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm

Looking Outside to See Our Way Inside

This program is the fourth part of the Great Homes and Gardens Series. Designer fads and trends come and go, but the intrinsic beauty of nature is constant…and here to stay. Barry Dixon explores how the eternally inspiring natural world around us influences modern and not-so-modern interior design.