Bethesda, Maryland - Craftsman - Kitchen
Bethesda, Maryland - Craftsman - Kitchen
Jennifer Gilmer Kitchen & BathJennifer Gilmer Kitchen & Bath
Bethesda, Maryland Craftsman Kitchen design by #JGKB Photography by Bob Narod http://www.gilmerkitchens.com/
Modern Bungalow
Modern Bungalow
Structures, Inc.Structures, Inc.
WHOLE HOUSE RENOVATION AND ADDITION Built in the 1940s, this cottage had an incredible amount of character and personality but was not conducive to the way we live today. The rooms were small and did not flow well into one another. The renovation of this house required opening up several rooms and adding square footage to the back of the home, all the while, keeping the curb appeal of a small cottage. Photographs by jeanallsopp.com
Crisp Architects
Crisp Architects
Crisp ArchitectsCrisp Architects
Country Home. Photographer: Rob Karosis
Milieu Design
Milieu Design
Milieu LandscapingMilieu Landscaping
Park Avenue Apartment in Rosario Candela Building
Park Avenue Apartment in Rosario Candela Building
Studio 511Studio 511
The butler's pantry is lined in deep blue cabinets with intricate details on the glass doors. The ceiling is also lined in wood panels to make the space and enclosed jewel. Interior Design by Ashley Whitakker.
Milwaukee Bluff House
Milwaukee Bluff House
Karen Kempf InteriorsKaren Kempf Interiors
With a complete gut and remodel, this home was taken from a dated, traditional style to a contemporary home with a lighter and fresher aesthetic. The interior space was organized to take better advantage of the sweeping views of Lake Michigan. Existing exterior elements were mixed with newer materials to create the unique design of the façade. Photos done by Brian Fussell at Rangeline Real Estate Photography
7th Avenue Parkway Contemporary Remodel
7th Avenue Parkway Contemporary Remodel
GRUBER HOME REMODELINGGRUBER HOME REMODELING
A contemporary kitchen remodel in 7th Avenue Parkway Photo Credit: Ron Ruscio
Historical Four Square with Large Front Porch
Historical Four Square with Large Front Porch
Clawson Architects, LLCClawson Architects, LLC
The house was a traditional Foursquare. The heavy Mission-style roof parapet, oppressive dark porch and interior trim along with an unfortunate addition did not foster a cheerful lifestyle. Upon entry, the immediate focus of the Entry Hall was an enclosed staircase which arrested the flow and energy of the home. As you circulated through the rooms of the house it was apparent that there were numerous dead ends. The previous addition did not compliment the house, in function, scale or massing. AIA Gold Medal Winner for Interior Architectural Element. For the whole story visit www.clawsonarchitects.com

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