Whole house remodel, Silver Spring MD

Whole house remodel, Silver Spring MD
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GARDEN VIEW. An empty-nester couple wanted to enjoy their garden year-round, rain or shine. But their sunroom was too small and out of the flow--and the space went unused much of the time. An addition would have disturbed beautiful and valuable mature plantings. The solution required a sensitive design that stuck to the home's original footprint without sacrificing space. Ph...More
“brick.” — kcchristensen
Whole house remodel, Silver Spring MD
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EARTH AND SKY. In many whole-house remodels, homeowners must choose between keeping what they love and getting what they need. We look for ways you won't have to make that choice--as in this home, which kept its abundant garden and manageable footprint and gained major space and naturally beautiful materials in the master bedroom and bath, kitchen, sunroom, and more. Photogr...More
“large Window” — Sabrina Moore
Whole house remodel, Silver Spring MD
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SERENITY ROW. A tether of reconfigured space with floor-to-ceiling glazing now pulls the design together, connecting the kitchen, sunroom, and rear foyer. A former window becomes a striking arched opening, opening up clear sight lines from the living room to the outdoors. Photography by Maxwell MacKenzie.
“LOVE THE FLOORS - Porcelanosa.” — peabodygirl
Whole house remodel, Silver Spring MD
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RADIANT AND REAL. In the new, seamless design flow, large windows maximize garden views. The floor throughout the rear half of the home looks as warm as it feels--it's heated large-format tile that simulates corten steel. Photography by Maxwell MacKenzie.
“Warm and soft looking. Not busy bc of large tiles.” — ckrhome
Whole house remodel, Silver Spring MD
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SPACE TO SPARE. Counters, storage and shelving--space hits the trifecta in this kitchen design, with deep drawers, broad swaths of island and counter Silestone, and a mix of open shelves and frosted-panel cabinets providing plenty of room. Photography by Anice Hoachlander
“El color la combinaciĆ³n” — Seba Bermudez
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FROM THE TOP. In the kitchen, clunky, exposed soffits gave way to new flush steel I-beams for a smooth ceiling. Abundant adjustable lighting and a well-balanced measure of beech, volcanic rock, stainless steel and glass convey a resort feel. Photography by Anice Hoachlander
“floor” — Kelly George
Whole house remodel, Silver Spring MD
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SPA-TACULAR. The bath is just part of a larger suite, with well-placed cutouts and alcoves--homeowners also gained a new, spacious master closet and a more-ample bedroom. Comfort touches include heated floors, limestone vanities, glass accents and a serene, neutral palette. Photography by Anice Hoachlander
“Colors” — betsymarinelli
“Colors” — betsymarinelli
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