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Extreme Home Makeover in DC

In the February issue, Michael Tardiff writes about this dazzling renovation. A young couple took a quirky gem from the 1950s  and—with the help of local architect Travis Price—turned it into a light-filled modern home.  

Click here to see a slideshow with more than a dozen pictures of the renovation.
  • Paula Kirk

    I just love looking at magazines that shows house renovations because it brings out the architect in me. But then I must say it's best to get help from the to have them keep all our stuff, then eventually, work on the house like you want it to.

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