Skip Sroka

Company: Sroka Design Incorporated
2158 Wisconsin Avenue NW
NW
Washington, DC 20007 map
Phone: 202-734-3920
Email: skip@srokadesign.com
Website: www.srokadesign.com

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Designer Profile

Clients find that working with Skip Sroka makes the design process fun rather than overwhelming and they love the comfortable, livable spaces that result from their collaboration. Working with clients needs within a wide range of budgets and styles, Sroka and his team custom-tailor each project's design with beautiful results.

After 25 years, Skip Sroka continues to lead the creative process on all projects, updating homes from furniture and accessories to window treatments and lighting. He understands that the details are important, designing mouldings, cabinetry, built-ins, tile layouts and the full scope of interior elements. Sroka provides guidance throughout the architectural and construction phases of the project, developing a design plan with the client and specifying plumbing, lighting, finishes and more. Builders and architects speak highly of Sroka's ability to organize the creative process and deliver great value to his clients. "Our goal," he says, is to achieve a finished space that recharges or clients' batteries every time they come home.

Services Offered

Full service interior design firm specializing in new construction and renovation projects.

Awards & Publications

Publications

Better by Design, Home & Design Winter 2015

100 Top Designers - Home & Design Portfolio 2014-2015

Perfect Past, Home & Design Winter 2014

Case Study, Home & Design 2014 Sourcebook

Fulle Circle, Home & Design Late Fall 2012

A Perfect Blend, Home & Design Spring 2012

Practical Magic - Traditional Home October 2011

Idea of the Week: Secret TV By the Tub - http://www.houzz.com

100 Top Designers - Home & Design Portfolio 2011

A Playful Palette - Home & Design Winter 2011

Practical Magic, Traditional Home October 2011

Creating Energetic Residential Interiors in the Nations Capital - Luxury Home quarterly Nov/Dec 2010

Tradition with a TWIST - Home & Design Summer 2010

Potomac Playground - Home & Design Late Fall 2009

Garden Party - Home & Design Fall 2009

Spectacular Homes of Washington DC - PANACHE

The Perfect Home, Leading Residential Interior Designers - PANACHE

Visions of Design - PANACHE

Awards

Best of Houzz 2014 Design

Designers Choice "Hall of Fame Designer" ASID 2009

"National Residential Interior Design Award", for master bathroom, sponsored by ASID and Southern Accents 2007

"Area's Best Interior Designer", Washingtonian Magazine 2007

"Honorable Mention for Residential over 3,500 SF, ASID, Washington Metro Chapter 2005

"National Residential Interior Design Award for living room", sponsored by ASID & Southern Accents Magazine 2004

"Award for Excellence in the Design of a Residential Project" ASID, Washington Metro Chapter 2003

"Designer of Distinction" ASID, Washington Metro Chapter 2001

"Residential Design Award" ASID, Washington Metro Chapter 1998

"Traditional Home Design Award" 1997

"Honorable Mention for Residential space over 3,500 SF", ASID, Washington Metro Chapter 1997

"Grand Diamond Award, Renovation Project" 1992

A neutral palette complements the natural surroundings in this Potomac guest house.
The circular pattern in the rug is 6' in diameter.  This room breathes big and easy on the Eastern Shore.
Elegant, updated, and classical.  This dining room is a mix of new and old that's all about entertaining today.
Rich and fun, this is a great take on reinterpreted traditional design.
Crisp white floor to ceiling shelves with a blue painted interior showcase the client’s collection of vintage McCoy pottery.
Just outside the master suite, a cozy nook offers what may be the best seat in the house, a window seat with plenty of room to curl up with a good book.
Features sustainable bamboo floors, maple cabinetry painted white and then glazed, a dark-stained cherry island with granite counter top.
The foyer offers tradition with a contemporary flair, with distinctive geometric stenciling.
With its deep tub and wooded views, this master bath is the ultimate decadent escape.
The family’s adored chocolate Lab knows a great place to relax when she finds it. Both guests and family look forward to staying in this traditionally designed, but totally restful guest room.
A beautiful dining room with hand-painted mural on the walls in this 18th century home.
This entry is unexpected and beautifully designed to meet the clients style and needs.
This loggia is a wonderful place to entertain.
Draperies in a botanical print warms the room.  The custom dining table was crafted without an apron for wheelchair access.
This elegant sitting room offers a wonderful place to relax at the end of the day.
Spring green walls provide a perfect foil to the owners collection of antique porcelain.
Coffered ceilings and paneled walls create visual interest in a comfortable library.