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Lori Ludwick

Working in the Washington DC interior design community since 1994, Lori Ludwick has infused her clean and contemporary style into many area residences. Her projects range from grand mansions to industrial lofts, suburban homes and historic row houses. Known for consistently achieving aesthetically-pleasing designs that incorporate the personal style and functional needs of each client, Ms. Ludwick’s talent and vision allow her to seamlessly integrate existing furniture and accessories into her designs, as well as create entirely new spaces from the ground up—all within the client’s budget.

Originally from Pittsburgh, Ms. Ludwick has studied at the University of Pittsburgh, Syracuse University of Firenze, Italy, and Marymount University of Arlington VA, earning her BFA in Architectural History and BA in Interior Design. Extensive worldwide travels have infused a greater cultural flavor to her designs. She gained valuable experience working in the commercial design field before establishing InDesign in 2000.

Discerning clients appreciate her down-to-earth design approach and her ability to interpret their personal style. Her expertise in custom woodwork brings a unique look to many of her designs and has also yielded a fun and functional line of children’s bedroom furniture.

Ms. Ludwick is an Allied Member of the American Society of Interior Designers and her work has been featured in Washington Home & Design magazine.

Gini Wood

Gini Wood has a well-deserved reputation for designing beautiful, functional spaces in a variety of styles from traditional to contemporary.  Her designs are known for incorporating environmentally friendly materials in a functional and strikingly singular style.  Ms. Wood’s projects have ranged from urban commercial to residential, large and small, formal and casual.

Ms. Wood received her Master of Interior Design from the Corcoran College of Art + Design in Washington, DC. She has also studied at Sotheby’s Institute of Art in London and the London School of Economics. Ms. Wood earned her undergraduate degree at the University of Idaho.

Prior to joining InDesign in 2009, Ms. Wood managed her own firm, Wythe House Interiors, which specialized in upscale residential design.  She has experience in production design, working for a major television network series in Los Angeles, and previously worked with Hollis & Knight, a well-known Georgetown interior design and retail shop.

Ms. Wood is an allied member of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) and is a LEED Accredited Professional.