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    Beauty and Organization…all in one!

    The goal of this Potomac, MD kitchen addition and mudroom renovation was to enlarge the existing kitchen and breakfast room area and add a mudroom with lots of space for storage. With two adults and three teenage girls living in the house, this family had simply outgrown their existing space. And the kitchen amenities were […]

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    Building a Multigenerational Home: What You Need To Know

    More than 51 million families in America live in multigenerational homes, which has more people considering adding on to their homes to make room for parents moving in. This is a trend that is definitely becoming more and more common as less people choose to move into a nursing home. In 1970 26% of people […]

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    Move or improve?

    What do you do when your family outgrows your house, or when the quirks of the place you once found charming aren’t so charming anymore? Is it smarter to move or improve? The answer is it depends on many factors. And this is a question only you will be able to answer. Here are a […]

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    Meet Dana Kaminsky, Business Development Manager, Design Associate

    Dana plays several roles on the Glickman Design Build team serving as both a Design Associate and Business Development Manager. She is truly passionate about developing new relationships and maintaining existing ones. Dana’s primary focus is to serve as the liaison between the homeowner and the design team on a remodel to define the overall […]

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    Glickman Design Build Featured in Washingtonian Magazine Article

    Glickman Design Build President, Russ Glickman, was recently quoted in a Washingtonian Magazine article entitled, “Home Renovations for Aging in Place.

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    A Kitchen with a Touch of Sophistication

    The goal of this sophisticated kitchen remodel was to update the current space into a more modern, better functioning room that visually flowed with the rest of the home. The owner of this condominium has a very distinct style and therefore knew exactly what he wanted! Some of the must-haves on his list: a convection […]

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    Adding a Home Elevator: Luxury or Necessity?

    Adding an elevator to your home may sound extremely luxurious, but as a large amount of satisfied homeowners can testify, it may simply be a bare necessity to the elderly or disabled. The old advice of ‘just’ relocating to a home without stairs once they become troublesome, simply no longer holds value. This advice also […]

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    Top Bathroom Remodeling Trends

    Here are some of the trends designer are seeing when it comes to today’s bathroom remodels. Nickel Fixtures This sleek metal suits many types of fixtures, from faucets to sconces. Available in brushed-satin, matte, and pearl finishes, it matches a variety of settings, including marble and stainless steel. Wall-Mounted Faucets This trend is the ultimate […]

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    Meet our Production Manager: John Fowler

    John brings over 30 years of experience in the home remodeling industry to his role as production manager. He holds a variety of industry certifications including: Certified Lead Carpenter (CLC), Certified Kitchen and Bath Remodeler (CKBR), Certified Remodeler (CR), and an EPA Certified LEAD Remodeler.

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    Bold Finishes Create Standout Kitchen

    Glickman Design Build and designer, Keith Long, were recently on the cover of and featured in Kitchen & Bath Design News magazine. The article was entitled: Bold Finishes Create Standout Kitchen. Read the entire article online. Read or download the article reprint in PDF format (3 pages with photos and cover in magazine layout).

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