NW Washington, DC
There's nothing quite like District living. Everything is within reach. Great shopping, parks, history — there's something for everyone in our nation's capital. While people are leaving cities across the US, that's not the case here. In Washington, there is a renaissance going on. People realized how special the District is, and they want to live here. The District and Northwest, in particular, are seeing new construction alongside the charming architecture of the city. For those of us in love with DC, we can't think of anywhere else we'd rather be and remodeling and updating our home is a great option.
Raise your hand if you have a small city kitchen? Now imagine that same kitchen lightened, brightened, and opened up. Impossible? Not with the right team working with you. Your square footage may never give you a large country kitchen, but you can have the kitchen you want right where you live. What it takes is your plan and a design firm that can make that happen.
With the right team working with you, the options for your kitchen are many. Our job is to take your wants and needs and give you something that fits.
It's probably safe to say that your Northwest bathroom is perhaps as small as your kitchen. And the chances are that you don't have a lot of extra space to work into, especially if you live in a historic home or have neighbors on the other side. Those are obstacles, but not insurmountable. Just as with kitchen design, it takes ideas to make the impossible possible.
The Green Advantage
Remodeling any part of your home (we've only focused on kitchens and baths here, but any area has potential) can add value and save you money. It just has to be done smartly. With the new materials available, and tax credits for some improvements, now is the best time to get to work on those ideas you've had for your home.
For over 30 years, The Alexander Group has designed award-winning projects for our clients and managed to keep a careful eye on the environmental impact. Take a look at our projects, and you can see that design and sustainability can go hand and hand.