Source: ELAN March 2019
KITCHEN REMODEL JUDGED BEST IN 11 STATES | by JOHN BYRD
A skillful floor plan reconfiguration that increased the size of a 20-year-old kitchen by more than 30 percent, while staying inside the envelope of the existing home, has won a regional Chrysalis Award for Michael Nash Design Build and Homes.
Founded in 1993, the Chrysalis is generally considered remodeling industry’s most prestigious peer award. Qualified Remodeler Magazine and Kitchen and Bath News are among the competition’s national media sponsors.
The makeover to this Fairfax Station residence was named “Best Kitchen for over $150,000” in an 11-state region stretching from Maryland to Florida. Among other strategies, the remodeler eliminated an obstructive interior bearing wall, converted a garage bay into additional living space, gained wall surface by deleting a stair rail and relocated several small first-level rooms. < Read More >