Washington D.C. Interior Designer
D.C. Interior Design Studio
Cosentino Interior Studio, led by Principal Designer Angela Cosentino, is a trendy upcoming interior design studio operating in the heart of D.C., serving the National Capital Region, including Montgomery County and Fairfax County. The studio is popular for their stylish and incredibly functional home designs. Angela combines her formal education with years of experience to create a unique, comfortable modern style with a vintage flair in both residential and commercial projects. Her professional demeanor and ability to tackle any design dilemmas with novel solutions make her a favorite among her clients.
Montgomery County Interior Designer
Established by Angela Cosentino, Cosentino Interior Studio is an up-and-coming interior design studio serving Montgomery County that has already captured clients’ attention and interest for their unique, client-friendly design approach. Interior designer Angela Cosentino can easily envision all the moving parts and piece them together in a beautiful tapestry of beautiful designs. Her approach is simple and straightforward, with personalized, curated packages that help you enjoy a worry-free design experience.
Fairfax County Interior Designs
Cosentino Interior Studio is a boutique, full-service interior design studio led by Principal Designer Angela Cosentino. The Northern Virginia interior design studio is popular for its out-of-the-box solutions to common and uncommon design challenges. Angela’s unique approach and friendly demeanor make it easy for clients to freely communicate their visions and expectations about their dream home. The studio offers excellent services such as color consultation, e-design, 3D rendering, energy-efficient home design, sunroom design, space planning, and project management.
Cosentino Interior Studio serves Washington D.C., Montgomery County, and Northern Virginia’s Alexandria and Fairfax County. Find out more about Angela Cosentino’s work by following her on LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest.
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