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Before & After | Design advice to help you make over your space.
JULIUS Goyanko For The Washington Post
A Bethesda couple want to create a space where grandkids can bunk.
Every week, Jura Koncius helps you in your quest to achieve domestic bliss.
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Now that the kids are older, it’s time to bring a dated family room into the modern era.
A Bethesda family wants to upgrade from bachelor furniture in a recently renovated space.
A Rockville home’s open floor plan is making it difficult to arrange furniture in the living room.
House Calls answers a request for a sparkly princess bedroom, without letting it get cartoonish.
House Calls has some short-term fixes for homeowners saving up for a future renovation.
This couple isn’t sure how to make their renovated living room purrrfect for them and their two cats.
A D.C. couple seek a workspace that’s inviting and has storage.
After two coffee-table-related trips to the ER, a Bethesda couple seeks a relaxed, kid-friendly living room.
A Falls Church reader wants to have a cozy corner and an entertainment area in her long, narrow living room.
A couple is struggling with furniture arrangement in a family room with doors on every wall.
A Bethesda reader gets help arranging seating and defining the space in her family room.
A couple needs help rethinking an oblong seating area.
A Herndon couple is ready to make some changes in their 1700s home.
A Silver Spring mom moves the pool table out of her L-shaped basement and wonders what to do next.
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