Master Designer/Remodeler Sonny Nazemian Converts A Dated Suburban Kitchen Into A Stand-out Gourmet Accommodation
As a real estate specialist with nine years tenure, AK has a well-developed sense of what will add value to a home, and how to find the appropriate balance between functional and aesthetic improvements. In 2011, he purchased a two-story four bedroom Colonial in Springfield and, soon after, began planning modifications better-suited to the needs of his family of four.
“The first level kitchen, breakfast room, family room configuration made practical sense for us, but there was an adjacent laundry room we didn’t want and a four-burner cooktop island that was pretty inefficient,” he recalls.
But perhaps more importantly: “the existing plan didn’t provide the setting for the easy interaction we wanted as a family, and the interior design scheme was really dated.”
With an east-facing rear elevation that segues onto a spacious grilling deck, the house offered considerable indoor-outdoor potential; the task at hand was one of articulating social gathering zones within a well-integrated visual continuum. < Read More >