Condo Remodels in Washington DC

At CARNEMARK, we're completely engaged with your project from start to finish. We are in touch with you at every stage of the design + build process. When design and build processes are aligned, time and work efficiencies are naturally built into the project. Whether it's our office manager, a project craftsman, or a faux-finish subcontractor, everyone on your project will be working toward the same goal: creating a comfortable, functional, and beautiful home.
Condo Remodel, Washington DC
NARROW MINDED. Slender slices max out storage in the small kitchen. A tall, skinny cabinet holds brooms and other oversized items, while open shelved niches keep dishtowels close at hand. Photography by Anice Hoachlander
“Skinny” — amytroudt
Condo Remodel, Washington DC
GET SMART. A tidy niche—once home to the building’s dumbwaiter—now gives way to a 24-inch-wide integrated refrigerator. The clever cabinet configuration conceals a microwave and provides convenient landing space. Photography by Anice Hoachlander
“Dining room fridge” — hallieoak
Condo Remodel, Washington DC
ARCH SUPPORT. An arched wall punch pays homage to this 1930s Tudor-style condominium in NW Washington. Adding the graceful opening—and removing the kitchen door—lets light flood the dining and improves flow between the rooms. Creamy cabinets differ in depth to disguise the awkward angles of existing party walls, while a curvy backsplash completes the retro renovation. Photogra...More
“shade of green, arch” — anniekate13
WHITE HEAT. An efficient cooking corner contains a 24-inch cooktop, gas wall oven, and stainless exhaust fan. Utensils hang at the ready while cabinets on both ends maximize storage for cutting boards and other culinary essentials. Photography by Anice Hoachlander
“Stainless oven and top” — tomwoo0114
Condo Remodel, Washington DC
COLOR CODED. Awash in neutral tones, this contemporary kitchen serves up simplicity in a Philadelphia couple’s secondary residence in DC. Matte white base cabinets—topped with speckled gray granite and a white ceramic tile backsplash—create a L-shaped prep center. Without wall cabinets to distract, the central window floats freely above the sink, while dappled gray resilient li...More
“Marmoleum” — Sara Eizen
Condo Remodel, Washington DC
HIGH TEST. A floor-to-ceiling storage wall balances against the open prep center. A built-in refrigerator integrates seamlessly into surrounding cabinetry, which keeps dishes, long-term serving pieces, as well as a microwave and other small appliances all in their proper place. Photography by Anice Hoachlander
“Long pulls high gloss white” — tomwoo0114
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