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Our Favorite Home Tours of 2022

Including a Delaware beach house, a former schoolhouse-turned-DC condo, and an Arlington bungalow.

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

At this point in the holiday season, you might be ready to mentally transport yourself from the craft room you’re sleeping in at your great aunt’s crowded house. Allow us to walk you through some of our favorite house tours from 2022:

Photograph by Jenna McLaughlin.

A 16th Street Heights rowhouse filled with original art, estate sale finds, and historical details

This 100-year-old home has a navy blue fireplace and dining room, original mid-century modern furniture (like a Noguchi coffee table and Eames chairs), and artwork by the owners’ grandparents.

Photo by Annabel Joy.

A boho-traditional bungalow in Arlington with a pink dining room ceiling

This 1922 Craftsman-style bungalow has a mix of colors and patterns, a curiosity cabinet filled with natural treasures like tortoise shells and bird’s nests, and a swath of funky art.

Photo by David McCombs.

A DC apartment filled with Art Deco finds, mid-century pieces, and pops of orange

This one-bedroom apartment near Meridian Hill Park has a blend of big-box items from the likes of CB2 and Anthropologie and thrifted finds from local spots like Miss Pixie’s and Mom ‘n’ Pop.

Photo by Sarah Gerrity (@sarahgerrityphoto).

A Logan Circle apartment that used to be a schoolhouse

Inside this Francophile-owned condo, you’ll find Parisian-inspired touches, 15-foot ceilings, and an entertainer’s kitchen.

Photograph by Emily White (@whatemsees).

A kid-friendly, colorful Glover Park home

A toy designer with young kids owns this contemporary-style home—which used to be rented to the Finnish Embassy—so it’s filled with lots of color and streamlined, Scandinavian-inspired pieces.

Photograph by Keyanna Bowen, @eastandlane.

A renovated Petworth rowhouse filled with feminine, Scandinavian-inspired touches

The 1920s Wardman-style house comes with harlequin marble floors and a bulldog named Hank.

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

A former fixer-upper that’s now a gorgeous Delaware beach house

Almost all of the rooms in this house along the Delaware coast have views of the water, and a crisp coastal theme of blues and whites runs throughout.

Mimi Montgomery Washingtonian
Home & Features Editor

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