Deluxe in AlexandriaTraditional Living Room, DC Metro
This whole house renovation done by Harry Braswell Inc. used Virginia Kitchen's design services (Erin Hoopes) and materials for the bathrooms, laundry and kitchens. The custom millwork was done to replicate the look of the cabinetry in the open concept family room. This completely custom renovation was eco-friend and is obtaining leed certification.
Photo's courtesy Greg Hadley
Construction: Harry Braswell Inc.
Kitchen Design: Erin Hoopes under Virginia Kitchens
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8. Soft and soothing Virginia living space. A cozy sectional manages to separate the open kitchen and living room in this home, without creating too much division. Complementary tans and gray-blues subtly tie together the two spaces.