There's a delight in seeing House Tour vets move on to a new space and a new adventure, especially when the new space dates back to the 1800s and the homeowners have a passion for bringing out the best in old things. Such is the case with Anna and Dan, owners of one of DC's best vintage homewares shops, GoodWood, and former owners of Anna & Dan's White House Laundry Loft.
Thanks to Garden & Gun
we get to peek into their newest abode, a carriage house from 1887 with a rowdy history. Like their shop, Dan and Anna's new home boasts an intriguing array of quirky accessories and well built vintage and antique pieces, the sum of which evokes a kind of nostalgia that's moody, interesting, and down-to-earth.
They renovated the space with entertaining in mind, and the main floor now boasts a massive open kitchen and ample mingling spaces, including an eleven foot dining room table and multiple lounge areas.
To see more of their impressive home, check out Terri Sapienza's article at Garden & Gun.
And if you haven't checked out Anna and Dan's shop, GoodWood, get on it!
(Images: Garden & Gun)