An East Coast design-build firm shows us how it’s done when it comes to chic kitchen overhauls.

Headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland, design-build firm Case Design/Remodeling Inc. has over 50 years of experience with home interior and renovation projects, including kitchen remodels. 

The Case team will document, measure and photograph your existing kitchen, review structural integrity and building restrictions, then present you three different design options using 3D virtual renderings, sketches, elevations, and even virtual reality videos, so you have a clear idea how your collaborative vision will look.

The Case team will document, measure, and photograph your existing kitchen, and review structural integrity and building restrictions. The team then presents you with three different design options using 3D virtual renderings, sketches, elevations, and even virtual reality videos, so you have a clear idea how your collaborative vision will look.

Photo by Stacy Zarin Goldberg 2018

The Case method leverages the team’s expertise in a collaborative process that involves the homeowners from start to finish. A designated project manager helps each client with material selection, budgeting, construction planning, and timelines.



Your Case Project Manager will take care of the ordering and receiving of materials, coordinate inspections, manage the team of craftsmen and trade experts assigned to your project, ensure that you get the new kitchen of your dreams.

Your Case project manager will take care of ordering and receiving materials, coordinate inspections, manage the team of craftsmen and trade experts assigned to your project, and ensure that you get the new kitchen of your dreams. 

Photo by Stacy Zarin Goldberg 2018

Below, we shine the spotlight on two kitchen renovation projects handled by Case. 

Modern Design

Designed by Elena Eskandari with Greg Polen as project manager, this modern kitchen update required taking out part of the wall, which completely changed the layout. All the old finishings were replaced with new materials, and a 12-foot island was added. 

The 1980’s style original kitchen had country oak cabinets and dated finishes, and the layout wasn’t functional.

Originally, the 1980s-style kitchen had country oak cabinets and dated finishes, and the layout wasn’t functional. 

Courtesy of Case Design/Remodeling Inc.

See the full story on Dwell.com: Before and After: Two Masterful Kitchen Renovations by Case Design

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