Thank you for visiting Braitman Design.  If you’re interested in a preliminary design consultation or interested in commissioning artwork, please call me at 301-891-3800 or fill out the form below and let me know a little bit about the type of help you need.  I find it’s helpful to have a preliminary phone conversation, so please include your phone number and some generally good times to call.

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Jackie Braitman
Braitman Design Studio
120 Park Ave
Takoma Park, MD  20912

MD License #125978
DC License #420215000124

4 thoughts on “Contact”

  1. I just want to let you know that I am getting a lot of good information from your website.

    I live in Rochester, NY and am looking into buying a house and having an in-law apartment for my parents. Unfortunately, it looks like I’m going to have to buy something that I can work with and do some remodeling. Your website has given me some great ideas as well as points to ponder. I must admit that any estimates I have seen on here have scared me a little, but I think that costs here are going to be significantly lower!

    So thank you for all of this information. And if I ever need anything in the DC area (and have a completely different budget than I do now!) you’ll be top on my list.

  2. Melinda – Many thanks for your kind words. I’m delighted you’re getting help from the site! Yes, DC is a high-cost area. But remodeling is expensive everywhere. The best ways to keep your costs down are first, having a detailed plan and realistic budget before you start!. And Second, putting in sweat equity — whether it’s laying tile or doing the design yourself or being the General Contractor. Best of luck on your new home in Rochester.

  3. There’s a round hole cut through the mirror at the electrical plate. The sconces are then mounted as normal except with screws long enough to reach thru the mirror. Usually a rubber gasket helps protect the mirror.

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