Our Beloved House Tours of 2022

Photograph by Robert Radifera for Stylish Productions styling by Charlotte Safavi.

At this level in the holiday getaway year, you might be ready to mentally transport yourself from the craft room you are sleeping in at your terrific aunt’s crowded home. Allow for us to wander you as a result of some of our preferred residence tours from 2022:

Photograph by Jenna McLaughlin.

A 16th Avenue Heights rowhouse stuffed with original artwork, estate sale finds, and historical specifics

This 100-yr-outdated dwelling has a navy blue hearth and eating area, original mid-century modern-day home furniture (like a Noguchi espresso table and Eames chairs), and artwork by the owners’ grandparents.

Image by Annabel Joy.

A boho-traditional bungalow in Arlington with a pink eating area ceiling

This 1922 Craftsman-type bungalow has a mix of colours and designs, a curiosity cabinet crammed with normal treasures like tortoise shells and bird’s nests, and a swath of funky art.

Photograph by David McCombs.

A DC apartment stuffed with Art Deco finds, mid-century items, and pops of orange

This a person-bed room apartment around Meridian Hill Park has a blend of significant-box items from the likes of CB2 and Anthropologie and thrifted finds from local places like Overlook Pixie’s and Mom ‘n’ Pop.

Photograph by Sarah Gerrity (@sarahgerrityphoto).

A Logan Circle apartment that employed to be a schoolhouse

Within this Francophile-owned condo, you are going to come across Parisian-inspired touches, 15-foot ceilings, and an entertainer’s kitchen area.

Photograph by Emily White (@whatemsees).

A kid-welcoming, colourful Glover Park property

A toy designer with youthful young ones owns this present-day-style home—which used to be rented to the Finnish Embassy—so it is loaded with heaps of color and streamlined, Scandinavian-influenced items.

Photograph by Keyanna Bowen, @eastandlane.

A renovated Petworth rowhouse loaded with female, Scandinavian-impressed touches

The 1920s Wardman-style dwelling arrives with harlequin marble flooring and a bulldog named Hank.

Photograph by Robert Radifera for Elegant Productions styling by Charlotte Safavi.

A previous fixer-higher that’s now a stunning Delaware seashore home

Nearly all of the rooms in this home together the Delaware coast have views of the h2o, and a crisp coastal topic of blues and whites runs all over.

Mimi Montgomery Washingtonian

Household & Capabilities Editor

Mimi Montgomery joined Washingtonian in 2018. She’s written for The Washington Post, Garden & Gun, Outside Magazine, Washington City Paper, DCist, and PoPVille. Initially from North Carolina, she now life in Del Ray.

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