Since 1987, CP Interiors Design Build has been providing the highest-quality remodeling and renovation services, built around three core principals: integrity, workmanship and our guarantee of excellence. We earned our reputation the old-fashioned way-through hard work, honesty and a steadfast commitment to our customers.

Much of what customers experience as part of our service is based on our integrity. In an industry that corrupts itself regularly, providing you with a safe place to have dreams realized and problems solved is a welcomed and integral part of our business. From a consistently clean job site, to creative and pragmatic solutions for even the most challenging situations, to meeting and exceeding expectations, we are proud of our results, our ethics and our professionalism.

We are visionaries, trained and experienced well beyond industry standards. We are experts on using the most efficient construction methods to help our customers feel more comfortable in their homes during construction. We say that our craftsmanship is impeccable. The fact is that every contractor will say they have quality workmanship. The difference between all of those home improvement horror stories and our company is simple: hundreds of enthusiastically satisfied clients and over 20 years of quality results.


Peter Chu was born in Taipei, Taiwan. He graduated from the School of Art & Design, Architectural School at CUNY and Fashion Institute of Technology.

Peter worked as a senior project director at Charles Morris Mount, Inc., a design firm specializing in the hospitality and retail industries. He worked with such clients as: Dunkin Donuts Corporation, Paradise Pizza Corporation, Club LT, McDonald’s Corporation, Wolensky’s Restaurant, Toronto Bakery Café Corporation, and American Café Corporation.

He has received the Restaurant and Institution Association Award for Interior Design.

Peter Chu also worked as design principal at Tuller McNealus Feld & Chu where the specialty is large scale corporate facilities such as: The New York Times, Conde Nest Publishing, Credit Suisse, and Nautica.

In 2001, Peter left the partnership and formed CP-Interiors. The following are various samples of projects: DC Design, JM Eagle (formally known as JM Manufacturing), Plastpro Corporation, Idea Village, various retail shops (TUMI international, DC Men’s Wear, FUBU International, Saucony Shoes retail stores, and Marketing Partnership), and various private residences. You can see samples of these projects on the Portfolio page.

As a principal, Peter partakes in all phases of a project including design development, contract documents, construction details and construction administration. As an architectural designer, Peter believes in creating a design that will serve his clients with functional, attractive, yet cost-effective solutions.