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Award-Winning Kitchen Design In Austin, TX


Kitchen Remodeling In Austin, TX

About Capitol Design

Capitol Design specializes in kitchen design, kitchen remodeling, and kitchen renovation in the Austin, TX area. Since 1981, Joe Currie has been building a broad design repertoire by designing furniture, home additions, restaurants and bars, custom kitchens, luxury baths, and even a media room resembling an 11th century castle for a client in Ludlow, Massachusetts. He is an award winning kitchen and bath designer and his projects have been featured in local and national magazines, well known buildings such as the Watergate in Washington, DC and the Harbor Terrace in Baltimore, Maryland. He has worked on both coasts, and designed homes from New England to sunny Florida.

Joe has designed projects for media celebrities, Fortune 500 CEOs, a well-known St. Louis chef and many busy families. His projects can be found in historical neighborhoods such as Compton Heights in St. Louis, Missouri, Georgetown in Washington DC, and Castle Hill in downtown Austin, Westlake and the Hills in Texas. New construction projects include Castlebridge in Ellicott City, Maryland and Valderrama in Gainesville, Virginia.

Most recently, his designs have won 1st and 2nd place in the Washington, DC Metro NARI (National Association of the Remodeling Industry) 2010 CoTY awards. The 1st place home was located in Darnestown, MD and the 2nd place home was located in Baltimore, MD. He also won the Washington, DC based, Home and Design magazine's "Kitchen of Distinction" for the second straight year.

Joe calls Austin his home where he designs stunning, yet functional, kitchens; fabulous baths; and comfortable, beautiful spaces for clients all over South Texas. He is also available for consultation and commission nationally. Let Capitol Design assist with your next project: kitchen design, kitchen remodeling, and kitchen renovation, as well as bath design, bath remodeling, and bath renovation.

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