Every weekday, commuters stream in and out of Washington D.C. from nearby Virginia and Maryland suburbs. On a given work day, the city’s population reaches one million, with Washington D.C. one of 10 most populated metropolitan areas in the country. In a place as bustling as this, the home takes on a special significance to professionals and families.

Dozens of residential contractors throughout the area devote all of their innovation and resources toward making sure that single-family residences are stylish and meet homeowners’ needs. The kitchen and bathroom are of particular importance—these are the sanctuaries for nourishment, cleansing, and rest.

The companies on this list are multiple award-winning metropolitan Washington D.C. general contractors, who specialize in high-end bathroom remodeling projects. If you’re remodeling a bathroom, weighing bathroom remodeling costs, or just gathering information about bathroom remodeling contractors for a home improvement project, then this is the place to begin. From master bathrooms and powder rooms to modern lighting fixtures, this list contains some of the best bathroom remodel contractors in D.C. today.

If you are thinking about building a custom home or remodeling an existing one, we recommend checking each builder’s license with the local licensing board, speaking to past clients, and using our bidding system to get competitive quotes from at least 3 contractors. Getting multiple bids is the best way to ensure you get a fair price and that bids include the complete scope of work.

15) Karma Home Designs

1990 M Street NW #250, Washington D.C. 20036

This boutique residential and commercial contractor is known for its “dream and build” projects throughout greater Washington D.C. Karma Home Designs is run by longtime friends and associates Kris Christopherson and Jordan Wanamaker Javier. Christopherson, who worked as a contractor for 20 years, sought a business partner who could help create a customer-centered company offering quality services. Javier, with a background in economics, business, and real estate, was the perfect match. Together, they have 50 years of combined experience building in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington D.C.

The company has earned dozens of awards for both design and customer service, including two Contractor of the Year Awards through the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) for residential baths: one under $25,000 the other $50,000 to $75,000. They have been named multiple times in Washington City Paper’s Best of D.C., for categories like Best Residential Builder. One bathroom design featured on their website was for a Washington D.C. residence. The project, which prominently featured a wide-set and sophisticated soaking tub, was between $25,000 and $50,000.

14) BOWA

7900 Westpark Drive, Suite A180, McLean, VA 22102

Known for its numerous bathroom remodeling project recognitions, BOWA was founded in 1988 by Larry Weinberg and Josh Baker, two friends from the University of Virginia. Weinberg had always aimed to begin his own business and transitioned into the building industry from a career in corporate design. Josh Baker saw the need in the metropolitan Washington D.C. area for an upstanding design-build company that put the customer first. In two decades, Baker grew BOWA’s revenues to nearly $40M.

Today, the company is a luxury building company with more than 200 awards. In 2017, they earned a Local Merit Award through NARI’s Contractor of the Year for a bathroom over $100k. BOWA was also rated Design Build Firm of the Year in 2017 by Home & Design Magazine, and within the top 10 best full-service remodelers by Remodeling Magazine. Northern Virginia Magazine called it the 2017 Best Home Improvement Contractor, and it was chosen as a Top 500 Industry Leader by Qualified Remodeler Magazine. The company’s bathrooms feature elegant and freestanding soaking tubs, dramatic chandeliers and mirrors, and spa-like showers with industrial-style fixtures.

13) The Levine Group

2323 B Stewart Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20910

The Levine Group, founded in 1987, is a design-build contractor comprised of architects, builders, and interior designers, as well as kitchen and bath remodel experts. Their team also has experts in environmentally friendly building methods, energy-efficient technologies, and cutting-edge smart home technology. The company excels in working with all of the architectural styles found in Washington D.C., from row houses all the way to colonial mansions and quaint Tudors.

The Levine Group approaches every bathroom remodel project by assessing the furniture layout, window style, ceiling height, floor materials, and color palette. Publications like Washingtonian Magazine, Bethesda Magazine, and Home & Design Magazine have all featured this company’s work. On top of that, the company has earned a number of awards from NARI and Chrysalis. Of its many honors, several recognize bathroom remodels. These include a 2007 Chrysalis award for a bathroom remodel over $60,000 and two 2009 NARI Contractor of the Year Awards for residential baths between $30,000 and $60,000. Their bathroom remodels tend to be sleek and modern, with colorful tile bringing sophisticated interiors to life.

12) Landis

7059 Blair Road NW, Suite 300, Washington, D.C. 20012

Landis is a general contractor in Washington D.C. run by Chris Landis and Ethan Landis, brothers as well as the company’s principals. Chris graduated from Vassar College and from Columbia Architecture School before serving on the D.C. Historic Preservation Review Board. He is also a past president of the D.C. metro area chapter of NARI. Ethan graduated from Swarthmore College and George Washington University. He is a member of the Mayor’s Green Building Advisory Board, overseeing D.C.’s Green Building Act, and he serves on the District’s Construction Code Coordinating Board. He is also Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Certified.

For 27 years, Landis has been a leading design-build company in Washington D.C. that focuses on residential remodels, primarily kitchen and bathrooms. The company’s affiliations include American Institute of Architects (AIA), NARI, GuildQuality, and Remodelers Advantage. Landis has received more than 128 honors, including Qualified Remodeler Gold Master Design awards and Professional Remodeler’s Gold awards for bath remodels. Landis also earned three NARI Awards for baths between $30,000 and $60,000.

11) Superior Home Services

2164 Wisconsin Avenue NW, Washington D.C. 20007

For over 25 years, Superior Home Services has offered home design and remodeling services to Washington D.C. and to prestigious neighborhoods in Virginia and Maryland. Superior Home Services focuses on energy-efficient homes and historic renovations. They work to enhance each home’s comfort and air quality while reducing material waste, and they use eco-friendly building resources. They also use cutting-edge technologies to work on some of the area’s many historic residences.

Remodeling Magazine selected the company to be a Remodeling Big 50 contractor, and its work has appeared in Home & Design and in Arlington Magazine. Of their many awards through NARI, the company’s most recent recognition for a bathroom remodel was a 2014 Contractor of the Year Award for a residential bathroom. The company’s bathroom remodels are traditional, elegant, and contemporary. Most include double vanities with gray-and-white marble countertops and modern light fixtures. Many feature showers decorated with white subway tile or marble, while others include freestanding tubs with industrial fixtures.

10) DE-Design Architecture & Construction

4358 Argyle Terrace NW, Washington, D.C. 20011

Damian Parsons founded DE-Design in 2004. Parsons, an Argentinian, fourth-generation architect, specializes in residential and hospitality building projects in metropolitan Washington D.C. Central to the company’s mission is cultural diversity, with DE-Design committed to serving the multicultural Washington D.C. area. Parsons also provides building services to American expats living in Florence, Italy. The company’s work has been featured by several publications, and in 2016 it had a gross annual income of $2M.

DE-Design has won several awards for whole house projects, as well as kitchen and bath remodels. While the company focuses on new custom homes, some worth over $4M, they have received multiple honors for bathroom projects. Some of these include two 2006 NARI Contractor of the Year awards for baths around $30,000, and several Chrysalis awards for bath remodels $40,000 to $75,000. The company’s bathroom projects are modern and chic, with luxurious vanities and raised porcelain and steel sinks. Some feature floor-to-ceiling decorative tile and built-in shelves for additional storage.

9) Bowers Design Build

6715 Whittier Avenue, Suite 200, McLean, VA 22101

Bruce Bowers founded Bruce Bowers Design Build in 1990. Today, he is the company’s president, CEO, and lead designer. Bruce, who has spent his life in the building industry, studied architecture at the University of Maryland. Wilma Bowers, chief administrative officer, has been a part of the team since 1990, after a career in corporate advertising.

The company has completed hundreds of new homes, renovations, and kitchen and bath remodels throughout the prestigious McLean area. Their work has been recognized by Washington Spaces Magazine, Northern Virginia Magazine, Arlington Magazine, Home & Design Magazine, and Remodeling Magazine. It has also appeared on HGTV.

Bowers Design Build prioritizes sustainability, using recycled materials, and adding areas for recycling receptacles inside residences. They install high-efficiency windows and doors, as well as low-water plumbing fixtures where possible. The company has earned over 50 awards, including multiple NARI Contractor of the Year awards through the Metro D.C. Chapter. One of the company’s award-winning bathroom projects includes a master bath designed to look like a Paris hotel. Bowers used marble flooring from wall to wall, an acrylic tub, and polished chrome fixtures. They also installed a shower with a floating stone seat, as well as a crystal chandelier.

8) Commonwealth Home Design

208-A Dominion Road NE, Vienna, VA 22180

Commonwealth Home Design was founded in 1986 by Susan Pierce, principal architect, and Kelvin Pierce, the company’s president. Susan graduated from Virginia Polytechnic Institute’s College of Architecture and Urban Studies. She is a LEED-Certified Professional with many years of experience in the building industry in Washington D.C. and in Vienna, Virginia. Kelvin Pierce, the current president of the Vienna Rotary Foundation, had a former career as a Navy aerospace engineer. To help orphan children in the Republic of Georgia, Kelvin and Susan founded the Divine Child Foundation, a successful charity.

In its 30 years of service, Commonwealth Home Design has received over 40 awards for custom homes, additions, and kitchen and bath remodels. To help orphan children in the Republic of Georgia, Kelvin and Susan founded the Divine Child Foundation, a successful charity. In 2004, they earned a NARI Regional Contractor of the Year Award for a Residential Bath $30,000 to $50,000, and a 2000 Contractor of the Year Merit Award for a Residential Kitchen $30,000 to $60,000. One of its featured bath projects includes a custom shower design, a frameless shower, Jack-n-Jill baths, layered lighting, raised vanities, and a freestanding soaking tub.

7) Carnemark

7550 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite 120, Bethesda, MD 20814

Since 1987, Carnemark has been a full-service design-build firm that offers customer-centered remodels, from whole house remodels to kitchen and baths. The company was founded by Jonas Carnemark, who is originally from Sweden but grew up in Virginia. As a child, Jonas spent time observing his grandfather’s modernist art gallery in Sweden, an experience that gave him a deep appreciation for art. Jonas went on to gain a degree in physics and engineering from the University of California, Santa Cruz, as well as certifications in Remodeling and in Kitchen Design.

Today, the company emphasizes work on historic Washington D.C. residences. It is Lead-Safe Certified, and it is affiliated with entities like the U.S. Green Building Council, the Green Building Institute, NARI, and the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA). Remodeling Magazine singled out Carnemark as a Big 50 contractor, and its work has appeared on the Food Network and on Good Morning America. The company has received multiple NARI, NKBA, and Chrysalis awards for large bath remodels, including a 2012 NKBA Design Competition Best of Class Award and a 2011 Professional Remodeler Silver Award.

6) TriVistaUSA

PO Box 101148, Arlington, VA 22210-4148

TriVistaUSA was founded in 2005 by Michael Sauri and Deborah Sauri. Michael came into construction with a background in professional music, and Deborah with experience in graphic design. Their company has received more than 30 awards and honors for its work in metropolitan Washington D.C., as well as in prestigious neighborhoods in Virginia. In 2015 and 2017, Readers of Arlington Magazine voted TriVistaUSA among the Best of Arlington. In 2011, the company earned a spot on Remodeling Magazine’s Big 50. Two of the company’s many honors were for Contractor of the Year awards for bathroom remodel projects: a 2016 residential bathroom under $25,000, and a 2013 residential bath under $30,000.

Their remodels are artistic visions recognized, such as their powder room project for a client wanting the mood and theme of an 1800s Victorian ship. TriVistaUSA installed a custom-designed faucet to run throughout a bathroom counter made of pure, black granite on top of steel legs. Porthole mirrors and Victorian lamps decorate the walls. In a more traditional bathroom remodel, TriVistaUSA removed an oversized tub to make way for a luxurious shower, used dark wood cabinets for extra storage, and installed a large granite vanity.

5) Sun Design Architectural Design-Build Firm

6862 Elm Street, Suite 330, McLean, VA 22011

Sun Design was founded in 1988 by Craig Durosko. The  design-build remodeler is focused on customer-centered design, reinventing living environments, transforming space through creative use of natural light, and creating spaces that families can enjoy well into the future. Craig Durosko is a Certified Remodeler through NARI and a Certified Green Professional from the National Association of Home Builders. Bob Gallagher, president, joined the team in 1993 with 10 years of experience serving on NARI’s board of directors. He was also the local metropolitan D.C. NARI chapter president between 2000 and 2002.

Sun Design has earned multiple Professional Remodeler Awards and Chrysalis Awards, including a 2017 Chrysalis Residential Bathroom Award. The company has also earned a number of honors through NARI, including six Residential Bath Awards.

Sun Design has worked on bathroom remodels in upscale areas, like Chevy Chase and Potomac, MD, and Alexandria and Fairfax, VA. Sun’s sparkling reputation has been built on reinventing homes through the creative use of light and space, working closely with clients, with minimal impact on busy lives. The ultimate goal is to create spaces that are not only award-winning in their beauty, but that dramatically enhance quality of life today and in the years to come.

4) Grossmueller’s Design Consultants, Inc.

5236 44th Street NW #3, Washington, D.C. 20015

Grossmueller’s Design Consultants, Inc. has received almost 60 NKBA Awards, Qualified Remodeler Master Design Awards, and awards from The Ashley Group. With 20 years of experience providing building services in Washington D.C., the company has affiliations with NARI, NKBA, and the National Council for Interior Design Qualifications. Grossmueller’s is also active in serving its community through affiliations with Community Forklift and the Children’s Cancer Recovery Foundation.

Grossmueller’s is owned by Cindy McClure, who studied at the University of Maryland and whose work has been featured in The Washington Post and on HGTV. Another leader is Jenna Randolph, who studied interior design at the Indiana University of Pennsylvania and has a passion for photography. Mark Adams, the third leader of Grossmueller’s, studied architecture at the University of Michigan and has worked with residential homes, religious and educational buildings, and historic buildings. Of its many award-winning projects, the company has earned around 17 for bathrooms and around 15 for kitchens from Chrysalis, NARI, NKBA, and Qualified Remodeler.

3) Case Architects & Remodelers

1327 14th Street, NW Suite 200, Washington, D.C. 20005

For more than 50 years, Case Architects & Remodelers has served the Washington D.C. area with kitchen and bath remodels, attic and basement renovations, and additions like outdoor living spaces. Bruce Case, president and CEO, is a Certified Lead Carpenter with a bachelor’s degree in economics and psychology from Vanderbilt University and an MBA from George Mason University. Professional Remodeler named him one of the top 40 industry leaders reshaping the remodeling industry today, and he earned an Image Award from NARI.

The company’s work has been honored through more than 100 awards for excellence in areas like customer service, design and craftsmanship, and business innovation. Its recognitions for baths include Montgomery County Builders Association awards, Professional Remodeler awards, and Gold and Silver D.C. Design House awards for bathroom remodels. The company produced the Fred Case Awards, which recognize small and successful design companies in the area. Started in 2007, the awards have provided $220k in prize money to small building companies outside of Case.

2) Anthony Wilder

7913 MacArthur Boulevard, Cabin John, MD 20818

For 20 years, Anthony Wilder has been providing upscale building services to Washington D.C., and in Maryland’s prestigious Bethesda, McLean, and Potomac. Led by Principals Anthony Wilder and Elizabeth Wilder, the company offers services in architecture and interior home design, as well as custom homes, additions, and renovations. The contractor is a member of the American Society of Designers, AIA, LEED, National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA), and NARI. Several publications have featured its work, such as D.C. Modern Luxury, Washington Magazine, The Washington Post, and Forbes.

The company has earned multiple honors for Best Builder through Bethesda Magazine and numerous awards from Chrysalis, NARI, and NKBA. In 2015, Anthony Wilder earned two Contractor of the Year awards through NARI for a residential bath, and in 2017, a 2nd place honor through the NKBA Kitchen & Bath Design awards. Anthony Wilder bathrooms are luxurious and elegant, with freestanding and wide-set porcelain tubs, double vanities with marble countertops and chic lighting fixtures, and large and decorative tile. Many feature floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking lush scenery, artistic sinks made of wood or frosted glass, and chandeliers.

1) Michael Nash Design Build & Homes

8630A Lee Highway, Fairfax, VA 22031

Michael Nash Design Build & Homes has over 30 years of experience building new custom homes, additions, basements, outdoor living spaces, and wine cellars. They also undertake a wide range of residential construction and remodeling services, focusing on whole house remodeling, multi-level additions, kitchen, bathroom, basement remodels and outdoor living spaces solutions. The contractor uses eco-friendly materials like concrete, quartz, cork, and bamboo, as well as Energy Star appliances. Its work has been featured in numerous local and national publications, including Professional Remodeler Magazine.

In 2015, the company won two Pulse of the City News Awards for Excellence in Customer Satisfaction, and a Talk of the Town Sapphire Award for Excellence in Customer Satisfaction for the fifth year in a row. The company has also received awards through Chrysalis, Qualified Remodeler, National Association of Home Builders, and NARI. In fact, Michael Nash has earned more Southeast Regional and National Contractor of the Year Awards through NARI than any other contractor in Washington D.C. They are also Chrysalis’ second most award-winning firm in the entire country. The most recent include two 2017 Contractor of the Year Awards for bathroom remodels around $50,000. Its many awards in 2016 include six Contractor of the Year Awards, with three at $75,000 and one at $100k.

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