Top Remodeling Projects

HOMEDESIGN - January/February 2021

Sylvan Setting

Homeowners in Bethesda tapped FineCraft Contractors, Inc., to build a screened porch on the back of their house that would allow them to enjoy its secluded, wooded backdrop. A rustic structure, designed by Soe Lin Architects, feels like a natural extension of the forested property. See More…


Slam Dunk Renovation

Marks-Woods Construction Services was hired by homeowners in Alexandria to build an addition that would house a multipurpose space for large-scale events and double as a rec room for the family’s 11 children and their friends. See More…


Fresh Start

USA Cabinet Store was tapped by homeowners in DC to remodel the cramped, dated kitchen in a 100-year-old house. The clients requested better functionality in an open plan that would combine the kitchen and adjacent living area. See More…


Modern Magic

Clients who had just moved into a 1948 Colonial in Arlington hired Luther Paul Weber, A.I.A. Architects to design a light-filled, modern master suite above their den. The goal was to stay within the original footprint, respect the home’s vintage and complement the nearby 1980s-era sunroom. See More…


Form + Function

Owners Michael and Deborah Sauri merged form and function in the remodel of a home belonging to a family of four in Arlington. The existing house was dark and cramped; TriVistaUSA gutted the space to create light, contemporary interiors. See More…


Tasting Room

Avid wine collectors tasked MCDStudio with creating a wine cellar in their unfinished basement. Lowering the floor made space for a climatized wine room visible through insulated glass. The basement stairs were relocated and a bathroom and rec room were added. See More…