The homeowners purchased this corner apartment in one of DC’s storied Kalorama co-op buildings originally built in 1928. The client’s program included a new kitchen, renovation of the primary bathroom and primary bedroom suite, hall bathroom renovation, a challenging powder room addition in the existing foyer, and a complete interior remodeling. Modernization and increased functionality were achieved through the conversion of the gallery into a great room, expanding the primary bedroom, the new powder room addition, and custom varied kitchen countertop heights.

If you would like to read more about the story behind this renovation, take a look at this WASHINGTON POST ARTICLE about the project.