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John Park

Having lived in their home a few years our clients knew exactly what worked and what didn't work for them. High on their wishlist was to enlarge their galley kitchen and create an open concept first floor plan.


Interior Architecture.

We created large openings in two walls to visually connect the kitchen, dining, and living rooms. Thoughtful sightlines and natural light flow through those main living spaces to create a sense of more space. The original entrance into the kitchen was relocated to allow for a formal foyer and powder room. 


Interior Design.

An eclectic mix of new and period pieces with bold details were incorporated into the newly designed spaces. Custom walnut furnishings were designed and fabricated, like a double-sided bar and a flip-top storage banquette in the new eat-in kitchen. 

Location: Cabin John, MD

Photography: Christy Kosnic 

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