Off beat and awesome abodes will be able to get in the limelight with Curbed's recurring feature, House Calls. Renters and homeowners in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Chicago have been able to showcase what makes their homes weird and wonderful, and now you can too in Washington, D.C. Past House Calls have included a mysterious castle, a "geek-chic" apartment, and an Eichler enclave. Don't expect any teasing or snark when it comes to this feature. This series is for boasting about how residents are able to make the most of their space, even the itty bitty ones.
Think your space should be featured? Let us know by sending Curbed DC an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with "House Calls" in the subject line. Be sure to attach a couple photos of your place and provide some brief information like which neighborhood your home is in and how many people live there. If you have any friends, family, coworkers, or acquaintances whose decor is truly A+, feel free to nominate them as well—with their permission, please! Any homes or apartments that are for sale, rent, or very soon will be are not eligible.
· House Calls archive [Curbed]