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Bold Moves

Nature and a rich design legacy inform an exuberant Cleveland Park makeover

Buying Power

How do you know if a house has good bones? Designer Stephanie Dickens offers insights gleaned from BOWA’s design-build professionals.

On the Rise

A sleek, contemporary staircase takes center stage in a vintage abode

Vintage Charm

A welcoming wraparound porch enhances both lifestyle and looks in a 1909 Chevy Chase home

Coastal Flair

Style and functionality elevate a getaway for extended family on Maryland’s Eastern Shore


Fresh Take

From the street, the house in Richmond’s West End doesn’t appear to have changed much. It presents with matching roof gables and a deep, welcoming portico—but the roof height is […]

And the Winner Is

The winners of the 2021 Maryland Building Industry Association Awards were honored at The Hotel at Arundel Preserve on November 18. Sponsored by the MBIA’s Remodelers & Custom Builders Council, […]

Bold Moves

When a newly renovated Cleveland Park home was first built in 1910, the neighborhood was a semi-rural outpost connected to downtown Washington by streetcar. Fast forward 63 years and the […]

And the Winner Is...

Each year, a panel of building-industry professionals chooses nominees for the Great American Living Awards. Sponsored by the Northern Virginia Building Industry Association, the Washington Metropolitan Sales & Marketing Council […]

Checklist: Remodel

The most important decision you’ll make when planning a remodeling project is who to hire. Keep in mind that you’re giving a third party free reign in your house—and paying […]

Buying Power

A dry basement is a sure sign of good bones. If it doesn’t smell damp, the house probably has fine grading, drainage and waterproofing. Unfinished spaces allow you to check […]

On the Rise

The owners of a 1929 home in Northwest DC’s Woodley Park turned to McInturff Architects to transform their first floor with an airy, modern aesthetic. “They wanted to open the […]

Before + After: Remodel

"The trifecta of good design, outdoor living spaces and landscaping create a continuity that’s hard to beat,” observes architect Paul Gaiser, who now works with Landis Architects/Builders. He reimagined the […]

Vintage Charm

Buying an American Four- square on a tree-lined Chevy Chase street fulfilled a dream for designer Katy Anderson, who had always wanted a historic property. After renovating the home’s interiors, […]

Before + After: Build

"Changes to prevalent developer houses in desirable neighborhoods are inevitable,” observes architect Robert Gurney. “While this renovation incorporated significant additional space, the goal was to add a new layer to […]

Hot Talent: Mikell Rice

An entrepreneurial spirit runs in Mikell Rice’s family—along with creativity. Raised in the DC area by parents who owned a graphic design company, Rice embraced her affinity for interior design […]

Coastal Flair

Coastal Flair - With enough space and the right location, a weekend retreat can be the perfect vehicle for bringing a family together. Embracing this notion, an Arlington couple with […]

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