Whole-House Remodeling

Bethesda Whole House Remodel is a Tale of Two Stories
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Bethesda Whole House Remodel is a Tale of Two Stories

Glickman Design Build brought a one-story home back to life with a second story... Read more

Twice as Nice
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Twice as Nice

A home in Bethesda, Md. gets a top-to-bottom makeover and a second floor addition.... Read more

Famed Painted Lady Gets Modern Makeover
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Famed Painted Lady Gets Modern Makeover

One of San Francisco's best-known historic homes is saved from demolition with an... Read more

Holiday Deadlines Can Be Stressful
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Holiday Deadlines Can Be Stressful

With the holidays right around the corner, be sure to give clients these tips to... Read more

Cohesive Remodel is King of the Hill
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Cohesive Remodel is King of the Hill

The 2015 Project of the Year, this home took advantage of unused lot space to add... Read more

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Dramatic Design Brings the Outdoors In Dramatic Design Brings the Outdoors In

To channel the spirit of this mid-century modern home’s original design, Aidlin Darling Design and Matarozzi/Pelsinger Builders opened the floor plan and brought the outdoors in—most notably through a multi-story indoor garden atrium that features a dramatic light-filtering sculpture.See more photos of the redesign and more winners of the 2015 Remodeling Design Awards. Read more

DC Rowhome Gets Island Inspiration
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DC Rowhome Gets Island Inspiration

By removing most of the interior walls and increasing the natural light, Kube... Read more

Formerly Traditional Townhome Embraces Eclectic Style
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Formerly Traditional Townhome Embraces Eclectic Style

A San Francisco townhouse gets a modern new look with this whole-home remodel by... Read more

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Historic Church Becomes a Modern Family’s Sanctuary Historic Church Becomes a Modern Family’s Sanctuary

The challenge for this adaptive reuse project: turn a dilapidated, 100-plus year-old former house of worship into a house suitable for family living while still respecting the original historic structure. See how the project team of Broadhurst Architects and McFarland Woods pulled off this remarkable before-and-after.See photos of the project and more winners of the 2015 Remodeling Design Awards. Read more

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High Design Meets High Function High Design Meets High Function

The rich foliage and seasonal creek at this site made this home’s location ideal, but the often-altered house needed some renovations to function for its new owners. Feldman Architecture opened up the living space and used a muted interior palette to create an inviting family sanctuary.See photos of the house and more winners of the 2015 Remodeling Design Awards. Read more

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