Practical Yet Elegant - Bowers Design Build
Mixed Metal Magic - Reico Kitchen & Bath
Dream in Color - Davida’s Kitchen and Tiles
Lifetime of Comfort - Carnemark design + build
Transforming Outdated Contemporary - Gilday Renovations
NKBA Award Winner - Jennifer Gilmer Kitchen and Bath
Subtle Visual Interest - Hammond Wilson Architects
Elegance Through Design - USA Cabinet Store
High Quality Details - AAI-Poggenpohl
+STAGE – Ingenious Design - Poggenpohl Georgetown
Everything In Its Place - Jack Rosen Custom Kitchens
Double Island Kitchen - Purple Cherry Architects
Home for Life - AV Architects + Builders
Dream in Color - Davida’s Kitchen and Tiles
Lifetime of Comfort - Carnemark design + build
Transforming Outdated Contemporary - Gilday Renovations
NKBA Award Winner - Jennifer Gilmer Kitchen and Bath
Subtle Visual Interest - Hammond Wilson Architects
Elegance Through Design - USA Cabinet Store
High Quality Details - AAI-Poggenpohl
+STAGE – Ingenious Design - Poggenpohl Georgetown
Everything In Its Place - Jack Rosen Custom Kitchens
Double Island Kitchen - Purple Cherry Architects
Home for Life - AV Architects + Builders

Master of Kitchen&Bath Design

Practical Yet Elegant
Practical meets elegance in this functional bathroom made to accommodate two busy professionals. The design was influenced by a Parisian hotel where the couple had once stayed.

Bruce Bowers, Owner, Bowers Design Build, Bowers Design Build, 703-506-0845, bowersdesignbuild.com


Mixed Metal Magic
Break the rule of not mixing metals. Combining warmer tone metals like gold with cooler tone metals like stainless steel adds a layer of vibrancy and uniqueness to the kitchen.

Shanae Mobley, Reico Kitchen & Bath, 800-734-2611, reico.com


Dream in Color
An architect’s dream, offering a sleek modern amalgam of form and function. The bold use of color and sculptural design makes this kitchen a work of art.

Davida Rodriguez, Davida’s Kitchen, and Tiles, 240-361-9331, davidaskitchenandtiles.com


Lifetime of Comfort
With thoughtful reconfiguration, we altered the first floor of this home to allow for full wheelchair access. Streamlined construction and careful procurement of accessible, yet attractive materials keep this bathroom feeling upscale.

Jonas Carnemark, CR, CKD, Carnemark design + build, 301-657-5000, carnemark.com


Transforming Outdated Contemporary
Custom white cabinets, a waterfall edge island, a modern banquette, and Cubist-style built-ins transformed an outdated 1970s Cleveland Park kitchen while respecting the original contemporary design.

Ellen Witts, Gilday Renovations, 301-565-4600, gilday.com


NKBA Award Winner
A kitchen designed to function as the client lives. Entertaining and a healthy lifestyle was the inspiration. Use of different materials working in harmony is what makes it truly unique.

Sarah Kahn Turner, Jennifer Gilmer Kitchen, and Bath, 301-657-2500, gilmerkitchens.com


Subtle Visual Interest
When a number of small, fine details harmoniously accumulate – a variety of tiles; rich cabinetry; clean, contemporary fixtures; all illuminated by a unique window – they can create a lasting impression.

Leo Wilson, Principal, AIA, LEED AP, Hammond Wilson Architects, 410-267-6041, hammondwilson.com


Elegance Through Design
Kitchens are the heart of the home, at USACS we make your dreams a reality. We design and define places for you to reconnect, renew relationships and rejuvenate your life.

Chris Shoemaker, Sales Director, USA Cabinet Store, 703-635-3767, usacabinetstore.com


High Quality Details
Poggenpohl offers new, authentic wood grain decors in silver ash, smoked ash and oak heritage with synchropore embossing. These can be ordered with a horizontal or vertical grain direction as desired.

Amir H. Farazad, AAI-Poggenpohl, 301-657-8618, chevychase.poggenpohl.com


+STAGE – Ingenious Design
In developing +STAGE, Poggenpohl deliberately focuses on modern living, concentrating on all that is essential to home life. The highly functional +STAGE units are equipped with pocket doors that hide or reveal what’s inside.

Jeff Roberts, Poggenpohl Georgetown, 202-342-9111, washingtondc.poggenpohl.com


Everything In Its Place
Does a kitchen need to be big to be beautiful? Size is clearly not everything. A custom hood, contrasting island and a subtle pop of color make this kitchen a gem.

Stephanie Fried, Jack Rosen Custom Kitchens, Inc., 301-984-9484, rosenkitchens.com


Double Island Kitchen
This kitchen design features a second island where guests can freely mingle. Open shelving at the end of one island helps lighten the weight of the piece and provides easy access to cookbooks and other commonly used kitchen items.

Lisa Publicover, Purple Cherry Architects, 410-990-1700, purplecherry.com


Home for Life
This customized bath design combines shades of white with a curbless walk-in shower, oval soaking tub and plenty of natural light to create a completely modern design.

Francisca & Tony Alonso, AV Architects + Builders, 703-865-5065, avarchitectsbuild.com