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Our Chrysalis Awards
for Remodeling Excellence:

2019 Regional Co-Winner
Kitchen Remodel
$75,000 - $150,000


2019 Regional Award
Residential Interior
$150,000 - $300,000


2018 Decade of Excellence

2018 National Award
Detached Outbuilding

2018 Regional Best
Kitchen Remodel over $150,000

2018 Regional Best
Addition under $250,000

2018 Regional Best
Basement of $100,000

2017 National Award
Whole House Remodel
under $300,000


2017 Regional Award
Addition over $250,000

2016 National Award
Residential Interior
under $100,000


2015 Kitchen Remodel
$100,000 - $150,000


2015 Kitchen Remodel
over $150,000


2015 Bath Remodel
under $50,000


2015 Addition
$100,000 - $250,000


2015 Residential Exterior
under $100,000


National Winner
2014 Bath Remodel
under $40,000


National Winner
2014 Room Addition
under $100,000


2014 Residential Interior Over $100,000

2014 Bath Remodel
$40,000 - $60,000


National Winner
2013 Kitchen Remodel
$50,000 - $75,000

Co-winner

2013 Addition
under $100,000


2013 Residential Exterior
under $100,000


National Winner
2012 Best Addition
under $100,000


National Winner
2012 Best Residential
Exterior under $100,000


National Winner
2012 Whole House Remodel
under $250,000


2012 Kitchen Remodel
under $50,000


2011 Addition
 $100,000-$250,000


2010 Best Addition
 Under $100,000


2009 Addition
$100,000 - $250,000

Michael Nash Design Build & Homes
Remodelers of
Fairfax, Virginia
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Industry Associations:
Professional Designation:

Sonny Nazemian
8630-A Lee Highway
Fairfax, Virginia 22031
Phone: 703 641-9800
Fax: 703-641-5938
Website: www.michaelnashkitchens.com


2015 Kitchen Remodel
$50,000 - $75,000



An old 6 X 20 galley kitchen was over a concrete slab floor. A brick chimney flue and wall over were on the right and a stove and short run of cabinet on the left. Dark and cramped was the best way to describe it. To open and expand it, the bearing wall between kitchen and living room was removed to create a seamless connection of two spaces. The concrete floor was excavated to remove all the plumbing and gas lines. The large island was designed to take over the center of this floor with new farm sink, and other amenities, to make room to serve four or more people. With all new appliances, linen stained maple cabinetry and distressed wood island, old world hickory floor and more, this project moved from its dysfunctional past to a fun and funky future.