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Our Chrysalis Awards
for Remodeling Excellence:

2018 National Award
Kitchen Remodel
over $150,000


2017 Regional Award
Residential Interior
under $100,000


2015 Addition
$100,000 - $150,000

Team Award

2013 National Winner
Kitchen Remodel
$75,000 - $100,000

Team Award

2013 National Winner
Addition over $250,000

2013 Whole House Remodel
$250,000 - $500,000


2012 Residential
Specialty Item

Team Award

2011 Addition
under $100K


2011 Commercial Remodel

National Award
2010 Best Kitchen Remodel
$75K-$100K

National Award
2010 Best Addition
$100,000 -$250,000

National Award
Best Bath Remodel
Over $60,000

Grossmueller's Design Consultants, Inc. of Washington D.C.
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Industry Associations: ASID, AIBD, NARI, NKBA
Professional Designation: ASID, CR, CKD, GCP

Cindy McClure
5236 44th St. NW Suite 3
Washington D.C. 20015
Phone: 202-537-0060
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Website: www.grossmuellers.com

2013 Whole House Remodel $250,000 - $500,000
(Team Award)

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With no basement, and everyone living on one floor, this family needed more space. The goals were to:

     Expand this one story home to provide three bedrooms that would be separate from the communal living space.

     Include a master suite with expansive views.

     Create a kitchen that would be multifunctional and a family gathering place.

     Retain the intent of the original architecture so the house blends with the neighborhood.

     Preserve the green space around the house.

It was determined that to obtain the desired space and maintain the green space, the best solution was to construct a second floor that included two bedrooms, a hall bath, a separate laundry room and a master suite. The existing first floor was reworked to include a wide open combination kitchen and family room, two home offices, a guest room with bath and a more formal, but open, living and dining room. A new stair and foyer tower was constructed to join the spaces and create a usable entry and focal point to the home.