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Jack's Man Place: Tacoma Park


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11 files, last one added on Sep 24, 2011
Album viewed 443 times

Susie's Anniversary Pergola: Cleveland Park


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8 files, last one added on Sep 24, 2011
Album viewed 183 times

Margaret's Masterpiece: Potomac


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7 files, last one added on Sep 24, 2011
Album viewed 149 times

Pete's Private Bathroom: Chevy Chase


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2 files, last one added on Sep 22, 2011
Album viewed 129 times

Lyn's Kitchen: Tenleytown


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5 files, last one added on Sep 22, 2011
Album viewed 645 times

Kathy's Kitchen: Georgetown


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2 files, last one added on Sep 22, 2011
Album viewed 121 times

Eve's Pocket Door: Georgetown


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1 files, last one added on Sep 22, 2011
Album viewed 1909 times

Kevin's Restoration: Friendship Heights


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2 files, last one added on Sep 22, 2011
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Jack's Cedar BathJack's bathroom was not properly insulated to prevent condensation on the inside of the exterior wall (barely shown at right) during his lengthy showers.
I added a layer of half-inch plywood and a layer of tongue and groove cedar to eliminate the problem and add beauty.
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Brighter LightThe kitchen provides plenty of light when fully lit.
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Jack's Cherry KitchenJack preferred dark wood cabinets. We found an imported granite with neutral dark green and black hues. Behind the counter is tiled engineered stone, which is a composite of epoxy resins and pulverized stone, and absolutely impermeable.
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Glass BowlThe transparent bowl is illuminated from below with two 15W halogen lights
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Shaker CabinetsKathy's Kitchen was my first job in Washington, DC.
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Custom ColumnsThe original builder cut the rafters incorrectly. It was a miracle the roof hadn't already collapsed -but it was only a matter of time. I designed two steel columns to capture the roof load across a larger cross-sectional area of the rafters and to transmit that load across the floor joists without violating allowable stresses.
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Empty SpaceI encourage my clients not to fill ever square inch of wall space with storage and cabinetry. I'll typically use the cooking area to establish a sense of free space and a little interest in patterning the tile.
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Happy CustomerJack in his new kitchen.

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