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Wentworth Wins 2012 NARI CotY Award

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The Capital CotY 2012
Grand Award Winner—
Residential Interior
Under $250,000

Wentworth is proud to announce that we won a 2012 NARI CotY award. We are the Grand Award Winner in the category Residential Interior Under $250,000. Every year, the prestigious Contractor of the Year (CotY) awards are given to members of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) who have demonstrated “outstanding work through their remodeling projects.”

The sold-out awards ceremony took place on January 12, 2013 at the Dulles Hilton, and the projects showcased—from green renovation projects to million dollar remodels—reflect the best in the DC Metropolitan area.

NARI Metro DC members represent an elite group of more than 300 companies and individuals in the remodeling industry, and we are honored to be a part of it.

Details About the Award-Winning Remodel in DC

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Wall Niche Provides
Intimate Seating Alcove.
Architecture & Construction
by Wentworth. Interiors
by Christopher Patrick.

The project that Wentworth won a CotY award for was a great room remodel in Washington, DC for a Cleveland Park 1990s townhouse. We completed the project in June 2012. The homeowners’ goals for the 17 x 22 foot great room were to improve the old wet bar alcove and give the room a more sophisticated design makeover, with the hint of a posh hotel lobby.

The Wentworth team improved the French doors with simple horizontal mullions and seamless sub-trim, installed new railings and oak flooring finishes, put in coffered ceilings with recessed lighting, and remade the wet bar with floating shelves, new base cabinets, and more.

Read more about the great room remodel on our blog.

“ We have been very happy not only with the workmanship of our project team including attention to detail when a change in plans is advisable, but also with their consideration for our preferences, our requests, and our schedules, in addition to their attention to leaving the work area tidy and as clean as practicable. Of course work on one's house involves disruption, but they have minimized that in all ways possible. ”

D.S., Chevy Chase, MD