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Wentworth Wins 2013 Qualified Remodeler Master Design Award

Wentworth recently won an award in the Qualified Remodeler Master Design Awards contest. We won a Bronze Award in the Room Remodel category. Winners were invited to a special reception in Chicago as well as featured in the October issue of Qualified Remodeler (QR) magazine and on their website, ForResidentialPros.com.

Qualified Remodeler offers information on new products and designs and also effective business practices for remodeling companies. It also has tips for kitchen and bathroom design.

Award-Winning Project Details

The project that won the award was a great room remodel we completed in the Washington, DC neighborhood of Cleveland Park.

The Wentworth team added French doors and panel molding to the wall of windows, refaced the floor-to-ceiling fireplace with silver travertine, balanced the second floor balcony visible in the great room, and revamped the wet bar alcove for a sophisticated design. A coffered ceiling and a sitting alcove enhance the glamorous hotel feel the homeowner requested.

On our blog, you can find more information about the great room remodel.

Also feel free to view more pictures of the award-winning design—and contact us if you’re looking for an architect-led design-build firm in the Washington, DC metropolitan area!

“ Hi, Bruce,
I look forward to your articles in Chevy Chase Village Life -- I love bungalows so I immediately read the article in the latest issue that arrived yesterday (as your team was here planning for the photo shoot). I also liked the Sponsor Spotlight this month -- featuring your company. Is it possible to get a reprint or link to your article on porches that appeared recently? I would love to add one to our NC beach home, but so far no one has been able to figure out how to get access from the inside to the outside! I know my sister would love to see the article too. Thanks for ALL of your amazing work. I hope you will feel free (and confident) to use us as references. The only hard part will be communicating what an outstanding job -- beyond our high expectations -- your team did for us. We are demanding, but your team is more demanding in the excellence that they deliver. ”

Linda, Chevy Chase, MD