Karen & James’ Home Wins MICA Awards – Chesapeake Home & Living January 2014

Projects such as historic restorations and whole-house redos reveal that beauty and excellence are in the details. Karen and James’ Home won two awards in January 2014 -Kitchen of the Year and Outdoor Living of the Year.

Every year, the Maryland Improvement Contractor Association (MICA) selects winners for its Remodeler of the Year (ROYAL) Awards. Here, we present the ROYAL Award winners in the residential categories for 2013.”

 

The kitchen remodeling was part of a whole-house redo in Sparks. The homeowner asked that the kitchen be updated with more storage space and better working space and be given an elegant Maryland countryside theme.  ACS worked with architect Peter Twohy, who created a plan to meet the various needs and themes of the client. Laurie Brown of Rojahn Custom Cabinetry created custom cabinets. The lighting is from Ferguson, and the granite counters and soapstone island top are from Chesapeake Stone.

 

Read the full article, MICA’s 2013 Remodeler of the Year winners

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