Source: ELAN April 2020
Master-designer/Remodeler Sonny Nazemian Transforms a Dated Galley into A Generous Kitchen-centric Suite. | by JOHN BYRD
“Homeowners who do their homework get the best results. Knowing the details you’re looking for can be a big advantage.” –Sonny Nazemian
When Fred and Tricia Taeger relocated to northern Virginia from Florida, the rub was less about cooler temperatures than the too-small and dated kitchen in their otherwise spacious home. “
We had a short time to find a house,” Tricia explains. “We’d grown accustomed to entertaining friends and family in our prior home, so the smaller kitchen in the house we’d just purchased was a problem.”
With five bedrooms and 4,100 square feet of living space, the 25-year-old house itself wasn’t especially small. There was a sizable breakfast room linked to the kitchen, a family room and–down a corridor – a formal dining room served by a butler’s pantry and a mudroom linked to the garage.
“The square footage was fine, but the configuration of first level rooms didn’t work for us,” Taeger elaborates. “There was wasted space – particularly with regard to our requirements.”
Fortunately, in short order, Taeger was introduced to Sonny Nazemian, founder and president of Michael Nash Design Build & Homes. < Read More >