Colman and Richard Riddell and their two children are the latest residents of an historic Georgetown building that once served as a stable/carriage house for a large house nearby. Colman, a designer, used her best talents to find space for everything and give the place a wow factor.
The Georgetown home of designer Colman Riddell, her husband, Richard, a wine importer, and their two children had a previous life as a mid-19th-century stable and carriage house. The building was converted into two residences in 1923. Both houses will be open to the public April 27 as part of the annual Georgetown House Tour. John McDonnell/The Washington Post Buy Photo