Split-Foyer Transformation

Posted on: August 23, 2019

Do We Move or Stay? Question Leaps Barrier at Couple’s Heart “It was spectacular,” Gini says. “We had an ugly house, and it was as nice and ugly as it could be, but spectacular because it had the proper number of bathrooms to support 200 people at our reception.”  “We’ve made the decision to stay…

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Creative Problem Solving: More Than A “Kitchen Remodel”

Posted on: August 27, 2018

  Christopher and Cynthia Heimann purchased their 1950s home over 15 years ago.  Like so many of our clients they love where they live with family and friends nearby. Cynthia explained, “Chris’ family lives in Arlington, so dinners of 6-10 people are not uncommon.” However, the layout of their home just did not accommodate their…

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Design: Discovering Potential in a 1950’s Mid-Century Modern Home

Posted on: April 24, 2018

  Clients, Kelly and Mike, who wanted to live within the Lake Barcroft community of Falls Church, had been looking for a lake front property for several years. After viewing many homes on the lake, senior design consultant, Roger Lataille, was asked to view a piece of property with them to help identify a home’s…

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An opened load bearing wall

Design: Opening a Load Bearing Wall

Posted on: August 3, 2017

It’s surprisingly not uncommon to find yourself and your family spending all your time in specific areas of your home as other areas gather dust from months or years of neglect.  Some rooms have better lighting.  Some are easier to access. Some just feel right, while others don’t give you the felt sense you’re seeking…

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Design Process: 3D Visualization for a Most Unique Kitchen

Posted on: May 26, 2017

As owner of a successful drywall company, Tom spends a lot of time at his Clifton home along with his wife. Working from his home office and therefore keenly aware of how his family interacted within their first floor space, he knew it was time for a change.  When Tom came to us he knew…

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