The seventh annual DC Design House raised more than $225,000 for local kids treated at Children’s National. The residential design showcase redesigned a local home in Forrest Hills in Washington, DC. The seventh annual DC Design House raised more than $225,000 for Children’s National. The annual residential designer showcase event redesigns a local home in the Washington area, and interior design professionals display their talents while raising funds for local kids. The event has raised more than $1.2 million for Children’s National since it began in 2008. Proceeds from the project support the Children's Health Board and the Children's Hospital Foundation. Volunteers from the Children’s Health Board manage the house and tours.This year, DC Design House redesigned a local home in Forrest Hills, with more than 25 local designers, and more than 6,000 visitors to the house from April 13 to May 11.“This year was made possible through the talents and efforts of the all-volunteer support group working hard on this major fundraiser to benefit Children’s National,” said Skip Singleton, Jr., president of the DC Design House. “We are so very pleased to see the DC Design House continue its tradition as a major community event, and increase the community’s awareness and support of the mission of Children’s National.”View before and after photos of the 2014 DC Design House here.