Images from the dedication of “Wind Me Up Chuck!” and the Chuck Brown Memorial Park. Wind Me Up Chuck is a monumental sculpture to celebrate local DC hero; Chuck Brown the Godfather of Go-Go.
This combined powder room, guest bath and laundry was a compromise for our client — as are so many remodeling choices. The combined space, though, actually succeeds graciously to fulfill all its functions.
Industrial finishes allowed us to keep this extensive remodel within our client’s modest budget.
This new hall bath was built in the location that previously housed a small galley kitchen in a 1950′s post-WWII brick rambler.
A custom, copper awning was just the solution when my client requested a covered entry when we had almost completed construction.
The shape of this kitchen remodel was determined by 2 major – and unexpected – decisions: first, to NOT expand the footprint of the kitchen, and, second, to use bright red counters.
A custom cedar pergola with ceiling fans keeps mosquitoes at bay. Along with a tapestry of new plantings and a cedar screen, the yard feels at once more secluded and larger.
A Reconfigured Former Hall Bath plus French Doors to a New Patio Create a light-Filled Master Suite.
My client lives in what started out as a small 1940′s colonial in Silver Spring, MD. Like all modest houses of it’s era it had small rooms separated from each other including a small galley kitchen and no foyer — the front door led right into the living room. The indoors were completely cut off from the outdoors with relatively small windows in the brick exterior. But the house had one very major advantage going for it — the corner lot was continuous with a…