Home & Design

July/August 2018

Tailored Style: Specialty Room

Whoever says that a pantry space should be hidden behind closed doors has not seen one as unique and finely detailed as this recently completed pantry in a renovated DC […]

Vintage Revival: 1st Place—Before & After

An obsolete kitchen in a 1920s Wardman row house in DC was cut off from the rest of the home and crying for an update. Challenged by the owners to […]

Light Show: 2nd Place

Clients who are avid cooks and gardeners asked designer Jonas Carnemark to expand the dark and choppy kitchen in their 1960s ranch-style house. They wanted more space for entertaining and […]

Ode to Nature: 3rd Place

Working with homeowners whose passion is landscaping and tending to their garden, Lorrie Addison overhauled their 15-year-old kitchen to reflect nature. She sourced organic materials—stone and wood—that would complement the […]

Sleek + Subtle: 2nd Place

A couple who approached Amber Bullock to revitalize their existing master bath had some specific requests. They wanted a linen closet, better light and a sense of style. Bullock’s plan […]

Restful Retreat: 3rd Place

A mother of three tapped designer Maria Causey to transform her 107-square-foot master bath into a relaxing getaway at home. Replacing a dark and depressing predecessor, this light and airy […]

Party Central: 2nd Place

Part of the makeover of a 100-year-old farmhouse, this pantry/bar lures guests away from the main prep area while cooking is underway. On one side, a beverage center includes a […]

Novel Refuge: 3rd Place

Architect Charles Moore, interior designer Lauren Liess and kitchen designer Hannah Rasa designed a library to complement the Arts and Crafts style of the client’s home. It features custom millwork […]

Going Glam: 2nd Place—Medium Kitchen

In their renovation of an Annapolis kitchen, Scarlett Breeding and Richard T. Anuszkiewicz created a vision in white encompassing a dining area with a leather banquette, custom Lucite table and […]

Less is More: 2nd Place—Before & After

This renovation of an outdated 1970s ranch kitchen bumped out the dining area toward the backyard and installed new windows to filter in daylight. Jonas Carnemark designed the space to […]

Al Fresco Living: Honorable Mention—Outdoor Kitchen

Scrapping an outdated sunroom, Sun Design Remodeling orchestrated a new covered porch that connects the clients’ rec room and backyard pool. It features a double-sided fireplace, a Primo Oval ceramic […]

Makeover Magic: Honorable Mention—Budget-Friendly Kitchen

Tired of their outdated kitchen and lack of storage and counter space, a Sterling, Virginia, couple decided to renovate. Designer Zied Hammami, on a tight budget of under $40,000, was […]

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