Row House Renovation #2

Washington, DC

This classic DC row house had an outdated kitchen and small den at the rear of the house. They were dark, visually cut off from each other, and lacked a real connection to the large rear garden. Building a small addition allowed the kitchen to be enlarged and connected to the den. The existing powder room was moved from the rear wall to the interior, permitting a new wall of glass to open to a deck. The result is a bright and inviting space, connected to the outdoors as well as the more formal rooms. The entire main floor benefits from improved circulation and open sight lines.