Thorsen Construction
29 Reviews
Capitol Hill
Ideabooks34,203
Questions8
Thorsen Construction is an award-winning general contractor focusing on luxury renovations, additions and new homes in Washington D.C. Metropolitan area. In every instance, Thorsen partners with architects and homeowners to deliver an exceptional, turn-key construction experience. For more information, please visit our website at www.thorsenconstruction.us .
“Love the windows” — mandurs7
Northern Virginia Kitchen & Bath Remodeler
Best of Houzz 2015
We are a general contracting firm that specializes in doing high quality work at honest prices, which allows our customers to do more for less or achieve substantial savings from our competition.
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David Dietrich Photography
“Round these corners-- hot tub insert.. Hmm.” — masommese
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Ideabooks982
Questions2
New kitchen in a historic house in Evanston, IL, designed to flow with the style of the existing house. Kitchen included a small work desk and informal dining area. Eric Hausman, photographer.
“Looks so homey” — dillyfish
Dreammaker Bath & Kitchen
Kitchen - Gray on Gray
Ideabooks12,446
Questions16
Client wanted a new look and feel to kitchen. Backsplash A&A Global "Bella Luna" distributed by SpearTek in Atlanta , GA. (404) 537-5981 Photo by Virtual Home Photography - Jeff Kubacz
“Cabinet color” — traceydm
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Nationally recognized Interior Designer featured on HGTV. Full service design firm specializing in design solutions for inspired living.
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5 Reviews
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Ideabooks7,048
Questions3
Across the front of the house, shallow steps of Savannah gray brick descent to a veranda paved in tabby, a concrete made from crushed shells and lime that has been used in the Lowcountry for centuries. Photography: Richard Leo Johnson | Atlantic Archives
“Outdoor porch” — laurenardo
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