Design Layout: “We were only living in two rooms…”

Posted on: June 30, 2017

Seasoned remodelers, BJ and his wife Jodi weren’t planning on purchasing another home.  It wasn’t until their realtor introduced them to the quaint 1939 Cape Cod style home a few miles away that they decided to make the move. They knew it needed work, but fell in love with the neighborhood, the lot, and the…

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Project Spotlight: Award Winning Basement in McLean

Posted on: December 16, 2016

AWARD WINNING BASEMENT REMODEL MCLEAN, VA This basement was originally broken into several individual spaces which were underutilized and didn’t meet the homeowners needs or desires. By removing wall barriers, separate yet still connected spaces were crafted utilizing niches, half walls, and columns to incorporate a new TV room, wet bar, family room, study and guest…

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Negative Space – The Process to Getting to Your Desired Results

Posted on: May 19, 2016

Negative space is described as the space around and between the subject(s) of an image.* In a home, negative space could be considered blank spots where there’s no design. For the Howells their basement was a plethora of negative space. The previous owners’ additions to the basement felt of no use to them, so the…

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