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Homeowners Renovate to Stay in Place

Longing for a spa experience in their home, these long-time homeowners upgraded to a large, frameless glass shower and a toilet with a bidet accessory. Built in 1959, this close-in Bethesda home had tiny bathrooms (4' x 7' master, 5' x 7' hall) that were woefully outdated. Switching the position of the shower and vanity…
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Conquer Clutter

Homeowners consistently ask for more storage in their new kitchens, second only to more counterspace. Clever shelving, pullouts and hidden electrical outlets create maximum storage with minimal clutter. Small appliances don't have to take up precious counterspace when they are tucked behind cabinet doors. Conquer Clutter Remodeling, decorating, and more ∨From Shabby Chic home décor…
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New Showroom Attracts Fans

New kitchen and bath displays feature the latest trends in cabinetry, including slide out accessories, hidden drawers and inovative servo glides that open cabinet at a soft touch of a hand--no heavy lifting required. Additional square footage highlights contemporary cabinet design and a variety of countertops. See the Premier post below for one of our cabinet line's…
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Premier Blog Post

Premier, one of our cabinet manufacturers, has featured our newly remodeled showroom in their most recent blog post.
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Our Remodeled Showroom

 We put this display in to show how one of our custom cabinet lines Premier can not only create contemporary design, but, that they can execute it like no one else can.  The wood is flat cut figured walnut and the exotic grain is book matched throughout.  The high gloss polyester finish makes this display shine.  The hood is curved with an…
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Our New Expanded Showroom

Our kitchen and bath design company was founded over 15 years ago in 1997.  Through the years, it has been updated here and there.  Recently, however, we have updated the entire showroom and have acquired additional space. We decided to make the new space more contemporary since most of the existing showroom is traditional and transitional. I'm sharing with you…
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