This year’s seventh annual D.C. Design House showcases the work of more than two dozen different design teams, proving it’s possible for a wide variety of styles to be cohesive.
Twenty-seven design teams were selected to completely remodel the almost 8,000-square-foot stone Colonial home, which is located at 4600 Linnean Ave. NW. in Washington, D.C.’s upscale Forest Hills neighborhood. Designers were tasked with transforming 29 different indoor and outdoor spaces. The result is a colorful, eclectic home that seamlessly blends traditional and modern style elements.
The completed show house is open to the public through May 11th. Tickets are $25 and benefit the Children’s National Health System.
Photos courtesy of Curbed.