Kitchen and Bathroom Design Ideas in Washington Crossing, PA
Lang’s Kitchen & Bath is proud to serve our local community throughout historic Bucks County, PA. We have extensive experience with kitchen renovation, bathroom remodeling, laundry rooms, mud rooms, and a wide range of remodeling projects in Washington Crossing, PA.
We know this community and its local requirements. As long-term residents of Upper Makefield Township and a member of the local business community, we understand the importance of local history, architecture styles, and natural materials. We also know how to help you bring your personality and style into the design of your home. Our knowledge of the area gives us a keen understanding of the pitfalls to look out for such as dealing with plumbing issues in an older home.
Our work in this community, and the satisfied customers we have helped to update their homes, speaks for itself. We offer a full suite of services in Washington Crossing, PA, including:
Kitchen design, like this farmhouse style kitchen that evokes the rustic charm of the countryside in a luxury kitchen with exquisite details.
Bathroom design for any style home, ranging from small powder rooms, like the one shown here, to expansive master baths.
Other spaces that are essential to keeping the home running smoothly may include a mudroom, laundry room, entertainment area, or even a beverage bar or wine cellar. Lang’s is prepared to help you in renovating any space in your home, like the laundry room and boot bench in this Washington Crossing home.
Check out our design galleries for more ideas on renovating kitchens, bathrooms, and other spaces in your local area!
Contact us today for your Washington Crossing, PA kitchen and bathroom design, and other home renovation needs! We look forward to hearing from you!
More about Washington Crossing, PA
The village of Washington Crossing, PA is well known for its rich history and beautiful scenery. Situated along the Delaware River it is most famous for its role in the American Revolutionary War. It is the site of George Washington’s famous crossing of the frozen Delaware River on the night of December 25-26, 1776, which is commemorated every Christmas Day in a re-enactment of the crossing. This quaint, historic village is home to the Washington Crossing Historic Park, as well as an array of shops and restaurants. Here are a few highlights of the local sites and events: