Lauren and David Liess use their expertise to design and renovate cookie cutter homes for their clients in the DC Metro area.
Lauren and David Liess are called to help a family whose 1970s cedar contemporary home is so compartmentalized that they can't see their four kids playing inside or out. The couple focuses on a redesign and renovation that turns this home into a modern masterpiece that functions for the family of six.
Lauren and David assist a family hoping to add a touch of old Europe to their 1960s split foyer. With lime wash, white oak countertops and curtains made of potatoes, Lauren hopes her design choices will truly take the home to another time and place.
Lauren and David Liess turn a 1970s Colonial Revival into an authentic Virginia Colonial by installing wide-plank floors, inset cabinetry and paneled walls.
Lauren and David turn a 1940s Cape Cod with an addition from the 70s into a neighborhood showstopper. By closing off part of the house and opening up the rest, the duo makes this home a completely custom ode to New England.
Lauren and David are challenged by a large, 1970s cedar contemporary with too many walls. They redesign the interior with a custom-built dining table, handmade tiles and teal cabinets to help the house stand out from the rest of the neighborhood.
Lauren and David Liess work with a single mom to open up her boxy Colonial and give it a facelift. Lauren adds authentic touches with exposed beams and turns wasted space into a gorgeous sitting room.
Lauren and David surprise a family of five with a new first floor master bedroom. Will Lauren's design make this small house the best little Cape Cod on the block?
Lauren and David Liess transform a closed-off, 1950s ranch with a stone exterior into a modern gem with rustic touches and an open floor plan. Lauren uses live-edge shelving to store firewood and add a focal point to the living room.
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