Former Vogue Editor’s Colorful and Vibrant Home
You've never seen anything like this Washington, D.C. house...I promise. Imagine an old home from the 1700s right in the middle of a bustling city filled with things like a Disney crown that's been to Buckingham Palace, a goat statue wearing false eyelashes, and collections of curiosities like pink gnomes and plastic bunnies. It's truly a magical home.
The home belongs to former Vogue editor Deb Waterman Johns, her husband, Ben, and their four kids. Deb is the co-founder of SCOUT, a brand known for stylish, functional, and affordable bags. She has more than four decades of experience in the fashion industry and her love of pattern, color and design is on full display at her whimsical Georgetown home.