• Kitchen Kitchen with island that is a social hub in the open 1st floor plan. Photos courtesy of David Maudlin Architect http://www.davidmaudlin.com Kitchen
  • Foyer Custom railings and shutters open the Foyer to the interior living spaces. Photos courtesy of David Maudlin Architect http://www.davidmaudlin.com Foyer
  • Master Bedroom and Studio The large master bedroom windows face the back yard for privacy. The room's 10 foot ceiling height and concealed skylights give the space a soft airy glow from indirect natural light. Photos courtesy of David Maudlin Architect http://www.davidmaudlin.com Master Bedroom and Studio
  • Addition This two story addition is a balance of three elements: the original brick house, the split-face block addition, and the metal roof porch which binds the masonry elements together. Photos courtesy of David Maudlin Architect http://www.davidmaudlin.com Addition
  • Kitchen The new expanded kitchen adds a curved breakfast bar that connects to the studio, allowing guests to flow through all the spaces of the ground floor. Photos courtesy of David Maudlin Architect http://www.davidmaudlin.com Kitchen
  • Master Bedroom The large Master Bedroom windows face East to the morning sun, while the arc ceiling embraces the bed. White walls with color accents gives each space an individual touch. Photos courtesy of David Maudlin Architect http://www.davidmaudlin.com Master Bedroom
  • Master Suite Addition Master Suite with new bath, walk-In closet, sitting area and separate Study. A “box of light” defines the new Bedroom area with a 9’-2” ceiling and rear facing glass doors with transoms. The bath is larger, and the closet space has been more than doubled. Photos courtesy of David Maudlin Architect http://www.davidmaudlin.com Master Suite Addition
  • Rear view A “box of light” defines the new Bedroom area, bringing an airy illumination to the suite, and visual interest to the rear facade. Photos courtesy of David Maudlin Architect http://www.davidmaudlin.com Rear view
  • Trellis and Columns Trellis and Columns Beautiful trellis-work and columns add elegance to an outdoor deck. Built-in flower beds and detailed railings give the space form.
  • Porch Addition Porch Addition This beautiful porch addition restored the beauty of this Craftsman-styled home. Wide open brick steps and an elegant trellis provide welcoming living space.
  • Kitchen and Breakfast Area Kitchen and Breakfast Area A wonderful kitchen and breakfast area was created by expanding the room which looks over the trellised, multi-level deck. Durable granite countertops, divided light windows, and a built-in desk and bookshelves finish the room.
  • Post and Beam Construction Post and Beam Construction Unique post-and-beam contruction was used for this spacious screened porch. The clean comtemporary styling was helped by hidden joints and natural finishes. All the structural elements were exposed.
  • Windows Windows Clever positioning of windows adds interest to the backside of this house.

     

 

 

About  Jack:

Jack Caulfield has been remodeling homes and businesses in the DC metro area since 1973. Jack grew up in Silver Spring,Md where he raised his family and still resides. He is a founding member of Plumb Square Building Group Inc., one of the areas first Design/Build  companies, created in 1977.

Jack has been dedicated to giving his clients reliable remodeling and construction  by maintaining a small closely held company where he can ensure their needs are kept first and foremost. He personally oversees each project to make sure that customers receive the high level of quality and craftsmanship they deserve at a fair price.

The same level of attention is maintained throughout the entire process from the intial design consultation  down to the very last construction detail.

“We strive to give clients not only what they want but also to help them achieve the results best suited to their lifestyle and budget,” says Jack.” The highest compliment I can be paid is to hear a customer say: “You not only improved my home, you improved  my lifestyle as well.”



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