My client’s 30-year old kitchen and adjacent laundry room were tired and falling apart. They live in a neighborhood of relatively traditional homes in Bethesda, Maryland — a neighborhood close to Washington, DC. They wanted a complete re-do with something ultra modern but with a touch of warmth. After showing them several alternatives – 2 of which substantially changed the layout of the kitchen – they opted for a layout that was similar to their original layout but with appliances moved to more efficient locations…
Industrial finishes allowed us to keep this extensive remodel within our client’s modest budget.
A Reconfigured Former Hall Bath plus French Doors to a New Patio Create a light-Filled Master Suite.
Opening up an historic bungalow to abundant natural light and tree house views makes this small house work for a family of four.
Read About the Transition of This Kitchen in a 1950’s Brick Rambler
Before and After Pictures of a Project Using Landscaping to Create Curb Appeal, Comfort and Safety for pre-war 1930’s brick ranch.
We just completed an unabashedly modern bath in this 1864 row house in the Dupont Circle neighborhood in Washington, DC. The bath had been allowed to deteriorate badly (see before image at end). The centerpiece of this bath remodel is a custom glass countertop with integral glass sink.
Refreshing your home’s surfaces with paint and fabric can yield a dramatic and remarkable “new” home.
We created abundant master bedroom storage without appreciably making the room any smaller – in fact, the room actually feels larger!
A New Front Porch and Remodeled Entry Garden Welcomes Family and Visitors.