D.C. council member Jack Evans and his wife, Michele, a decorator, spent a year renovating his narrow 1876 Georgetown rowhouse to comfortably include their blended family of eight.
Michele Evans designed the kitchen to suit the needs of a large and busy family. The large marble center island is a gathering place, where each day she prepares a glass dispenser full of fruit and herb water. There is also a trail mix of the week for snacking. Katherine Frey/The Washington Post