This job was designed by John Shermer, Architect (301-788-5152).
This job was designed by John Shermer, Architect (301-788-5152). It included a first level kitchen expansion of 8′ × 20′. We removed the existing exterior walls and installed new support beams, allowing for the addition. The first floor kitchen was moved out into the new addition. The existing kitchen area was expanded with additional cabinets and an island featuring a sink. We redesigned the wall between the dining room to become a low wall serving as a counter, wine cooler, and new pantry cabinets. We also created a new desk area for the children to do homework. We complimented the kitchen with recessed lights, new hardwood flooring, and granite counters throughout. In addition, we enlarged the openings to the sun room to complete the open feeling of the new kitchen and dining area.
This job was designed by DGI Design Group/ Diane Gordy (301-229-9500). The job consisted of a complete renovation to the existing 3 bedroom condo in Arlington, Virginia. The new kitchen was renovated to include new low voltage track lighting and a more contemporary feel. New carpet and tile flooring was also installed.
We just recently completed the remodeling of a kitchen for a family in Poolesville, Maryland. The job included the removal of the existing kitchen cabinets and counter tops, and the installation of all new kitchen cabinets with new Corian Tops.
We finished the new look by adding some glass backsplash tile along with some new hanging pendant lighting.
The cabinets were provided by Cabinet Maven, LLC. and the Corian tops were supplied and installed by Designer Surfaces of Frederick, MD. The plumbing was completed by Poolesville Plumbing. Electrical was completed by Champion Electric.
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This was a town home renovation located in the heart of Bethesda, Maryland. There was not one part of the existing townhouse that was not touched in some way during the redesign. The existing finishes were colonial in look and finish. The new owners wanted a more contemporary look. So, everything was removed that was original. The project included 3 new full bathrooms and one powder room, 3 new bedrooms with closets, all new glass doors throughout. New theater area on the third level. New open design for the Kitchen, Dinning and Living space on the main level. On the lower level we created a upscale office area for the customer’s use. The home is fully controlled by a Crestron System. Roof mounted Renni hot water heaters, and all finishes were carefully chosen by the owner. This is one of our nicest projects to date. And we are thankful to the owners for having the opportunity of working with them on there home.
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Refrigerator panel in remodeled kitchen designed to match the surrounding cabinets.
This kitchen remodel was part of a complete renovation of a 2 bedroom condo located in the Watergate South building in Washington, D.C.
The scope of work consisted of a complete new kitchen layout including cabinets, appliances, granite tops and lighting.
We then moved on to the guest bedroom where we gave the existing full bath with a tube a new look, with new fixtures, glass shower door and lighting.
The master bath was entirely remodeled.
To finish off the dining and living room areas, we added recessed lighting, a new gas fire place and finished off the project with a new sandstone tile floor throughout the apartment, which overlooks the Potomac and the Kennedy Center.