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Green Owl Design is a full-service Interior Design firm based in the Washington, DC metropolitan area, specializing in multifamily, model homes, hospitality, customer-facing small businesses, residential spaces, and community design initiatives. Creative re-imagining of spaces and consideration of the architecture and, workable, existing conditions, plays a large role in our approach and budgeting process. We are passionate about thoughtful design, its power to transform experiences, reshape lives, and connect communities. Through Green Owl Design and Nest Proper, our retail boutique, we have a cornerstone objective of curating and elevating life’s everyday experiences. 


Erica Riggio

Riggio is resolute in her belief that good design should be accessible. It functions as one of the cornerstones of a quality existence and should be incorporated into every facet of life. She honors the architecture of a space by creating harmonious balance within her interiors. Textural, neutral backdrops create the canvas on which Ms. Riggio's designs begin while infusion of rich accents and sensible patterns combine to create distinctive spaces.

Riggio earned her Masters of Fine Arts in Interior Design from The George Washington University. She also attended Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore and received a certificate in Architectural and Interior Design studies. Riggio has traveled across the world to study art, art history, architecture, and interior design. She recently taught within the design department at Montgomery College and as an adjunct professor at George Washington University in the Interior Architecture and Design Program.

Erica is a member and serves on the Leadership Team of Entrepreneurly, an organization for Entrepreneurs, by Entrepreneurs whose mission is “to provide small business owners/founders with 360 degrees of tools, networks, and resources to successfully improve their organization’s health, prosperity, and ability to scale over the million dollar mark.”


Angela Justice

Justice's unique design approach stems from her background in Fine Art. "I approach designing a space as I would a painting- the composition of color, texture, light, and proportion have to balance harmoniously to create a beautiful and functional result." Justice completed her studies in Fine Art and Art History at Spelman College in Atlanta, Georgia.  “I love using color in spaces where it is fitting. In my personal space, I enjoy living around color. It incites so many feelings; it makes me warm, comfortable, and happy.” After working several years in retail and visual merchandising for Louis Vuitton and Saks Fifth Avenue, she decided to pursue her graduate studies in interior design at Marymount University. 

Justice continues to find inspiration in her travels, fashion, music, and from other artists and designers. “I want to continue to create inspiring, distinctive spaces.  Stepping outside of the box and taking chances is how one grows creatively, how the limits are pushed to create something unalike and remarkable.”

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Federal Realty Investment Trust

Greystar Real Estate Partners

Urban Investment Partners

Ella's Pizza

Pallas at Pike & Rose

Hanover Research

The Henri at Pike & Rose

Wynfield Park Apartment Homes

Del Ray Central

PerSei at Pike & Rose

Crittenden Crossing

The Angry Jerk

The Society Restaurant & Lounge

Owings Park Apartments

McHenry Row

Upstairs at Bethesda Row

Apple Lounge

Lyric Hospitality


Mass Court

The Oglethorpe Condominium

Pike & Rose Retail Management Offices

The Menkiti Group

Tribeca at Camp Springs

The Louis Apartments

Bishop Boutique

Shortcake Bakery

The Big Greek Cafe

The Jerk Pit

The Alexander Apartments

The Ivy Lounge Unisex Salon & Spa

The Verona at Oakland Mills

Saks Fifth Avenue

Dr. J. Richard Lily Offices

Sangfroid Distilling

The Garfield


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