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Extreme Home Makeover in Bethesda

In the August issue of The Washingtonian, Michael Tardif writes about this dazzling renovation in Bethesda. The owners were planning to redo their kitchen when they realized the new design would outshine the rest of their late-1950s split-level. So they began thinking about a whole-house makeover.
Click here to read the article and see more than a dozen before and after photos of the project by Georgetown firm Cunningham & Quill Architects.

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