Source: Professional Remodeler, November 2006
Adding storage, seating and cooking features in a kitchen remodel as restricted as this townhouse in Alexandria, Va., was no simple task, says Sonny Nazemian, president of Michael Nash Custom Kitchens. But ultimately, the Fairfax, Va.-based remodeler worked design “magic,” transforming this long, narrow space with a single window into a multifunctional work center that accommodates guests and has plenty of natural light.
Nazemian’s clients, who entertain frequently, had decided their old kitchen woefully lacked storage and food prep options and looked outdated. “But they absolutely loved their home and its location, so they chose to remodel the space rather than to move,” he says. “I’ve been in this business for 24 years and have redesigned countless kitchens. This, I think, was one of the most challenging projects that I’ve faced yet because of its space limitations.”….<Read More>