Source: Fairfax County Times Homes Friday – Sunday, January 19 – 21, 2018
Master designer/remodeler Sonny Nazemian reveals practices that are making townhomes more spacious, attractive and comfortable
By John Byrd SPECIAL TO THE FAIRFAX COUNTY TIMES
“Increasing usable living space in a town home is tricky, especially when there are structural issues,” remodeler Sonny Nazemian observes. “On the other hand, owners are adapting them to personal requirements more than ever. It’s really a kind of revolution.”
Nazemian should know, as founder and CEO of Michael Nash Kitchens and Homes Nazemian and team have renovated hundred of town homes throughout northern Virginia, often winning kudos from the National Association of the Remodeling Industry, the National Association of Home Builders and Qualified Remodeler Magazine, which sponsors the coveted Chrysalis award.
“Homeowner expectation of what is possible in a town home has risen dramatically in the last 15 years of so,” Nazemian adds. “We’ve become very adept at introducing open plans, augmenting storage capacity and helping the owner find an interior design style that satisfies both functional goals and aesthetic interests. In many ways, townhouse renovation is one of the real frontiers in the local market.< Read More >