What Is Transitional Design?

January 3, 2018
By: Carly McAlister
Transitional Design Style For Your Northern Virginia Home Transitional design takes components from traditional and modern design to create a harmonious space. It’s really the best of both worlds!
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5 Of The Best Kitchen Designs We’ve Ever Seen

November 29, 2017
By: Julia Kilberg
Kitchens are often called the heart of the home. Because your family spends most of their time here, you want to ensure that the room reflects your style and is a place that makes you feel comfortable. If you like classic and time-honored styles, a traditional kitchen is for you.
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Work From Home: Home Office Trends

August 23, 2017
By: Julia Kilberg
Like most workers in the Washington, DC metro area, you’ve probably found yourself in the middle of a long commute at some point in the past few years. That’s why more and more of us are turning to some sort of “flex work” or work from home arrangement. It’s now commonplace for many Northern Virginians to work from home at least one day a week. To accommodate this, Moss has seen an increased focus on designing home office spaces. So, if you are limited by space, how can you make the most of what you have and not feel like you’re working in a broom closet?
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Back To School in Northern Virginia Means Free Handyman For a Day Giveaways

August 10, 2017
By: Leora Kahn
    Northern Virginia Goes Back To School  In honor of all of the kiddos returning to school this fall (and even a little bit earlier this year) we are giving away a few handymen to complete your honey-do lists for free! Yes, free! The beginning of the school year is hectic and we want to help ease that pain. Head over to our Facebook page each Monday to learn more about the weekly contest. More details to come, you won't want to miss this!
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MOSS' Sweet 16th Birthday

July 24, 2017
By: Leora Kahn
Moss Building and Design in Business for 16 Years
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