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Function Meets Beauty - Source Connection News Papers

Posted on Aug 12,2015
Filed Under Fashion , Local Style,

Judith and Curtis Brand chose honed marble in neutral tones for their bathroom, which was designed by Glickman Design Build. Photo by John Troha

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By Marilyn Campbell

WASHINGTON, DC. - After Curtis Brand was diagnosed with amyotrophic laterals sclerosis (ALS) and he could no longer climb stairs, he and his wife, Judith, had to make the difficult decision to sell their home in northwest Washington, D.C. They then purchased a two-bedroom, two-bathroom property on the 18th floor of Turnberry Tower in Arlington.

With amenities such as floor-to-ceiling glass windows, a European gourmet kitchen and marble bathrooms, the property offered the Brands luxury and could easily accommodate Curtis. It did need one modification, however: “There was a beautiful marble bathroom that I couldn’t use,” said Curtis. “We had to remodel it and replace fixtures that I could use.”

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