You can fall in love with your home again!
When does a house become dated? The answer may be subjective, but sixty years is a long time in the life of a kitchen. When an older home becomes antiquated, you want to revitalize — not just the house, but your enjoyment of it. It’s a situation that calls for inspired thinking.
David Foster, president of Foster Remodeling Solutions, and the skilled professional…READ MORE
How a circa-1980s Arlington kitchen was transformed into a bright and open party zone.
Custom kitchen, new foyer reflect empty-nesters’ emerging requirements.
Kevin and Priscilla Kelleher have occupied their 5,200-squarefoot Springfield home since 1992 when they bought it new. At the time, the builder provided an array of finish work choices. The couple selected the Corian kitchen counter surfaces, a food preparation island of their preferred size and style. The flooring, cabinetfacings, window styles were all a testament to personal taste. Situated on nearly an acre that backs into the woods, this is the spacious home where the couple raised two daughters who have subsequently fled the nest.
Foster Remodeling Solutions to host educational open house on April 22
Foster Remodeling Solutions will launch its new 3,270-squarefoot Home Design and Selection Center in Lorton with an open house on Saturday, April 22 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
For cold-weather comfort and panache, there’s no substitute for a fireplace.
“They’ve never fallen out of favor,” says David Foster, president of Foster Remodeling Solutions. “We may be seeing a preference for gas over a traditional wood-burner, but the hearth itself is hugely popular – with homeowners continually seeking distinctions in style, building materials and, even, where it will be located.”
Talk about rustic charm. In 2007, Bill and Brenda Bosch purchased what boutique remodelers sometimes refer to as a “barn conversion” specifically, a spacious modern home which, five years earlier, had been constructed inside the exterior of a 1935 dairy barn.
Blissful retirement often validates of the old homily: “Busy hands mean happy hearts.” On this point, it is hard to imagine a more fruitful environment than the home of Kirby and Helen Thornton, two 70-something retirees who recently completed focused renovations to a log cabin style home in Lorton they have occupied for over 20 years.