Michael Nash Design, Build & Homes: Our Story

In-house talent, lots of budget-sensitive options and a company-wide concern for the client’s satisfaction have always typified the Michael Nash brand.

Michael Nash Design, Build & Homes: Our Story Owner Sonny Nazemian launched Michael Nash Design, Build & Homes 30 years ago as an interior design firm. Since then, “interior design has changed drastically,” he says. “It started with window treatments, flooring, and interior decoration and evolved into space planning and architectural changes. We have adapted to the times.”

Today, Michael Nash designs and builds kitchens and baths, additions, outdoor living areas, extensions, basements and wine cellars—as well as new homes. A growing repertoire of architectural, engineering and interior design skills assures that each house will be unique: perfectly sighted, long-lasting and just right for its owner.

Michael Nash makes home improvement and custom-home building a consumer-friendly experience. The firm pledges to surpass client expectations, no matter the size or scope of the project. “Each client is unique—each project has its own challenge,” Nazemian says. “When that $50,000 client is smiling as hard as a $500,000 client, that brings us happiness.

“Everything about renovation these days is about luxury,” he continues. “I try to add an element of luxury to every job, whether it’s a $50,000 job or a $1 million job.”

Over the last 10 years, Michael Nash has received numerous awards, including National Chrysalis awards and Contractor of the Year (COTY) awards from the National Association of the Remodeling Industry. The company’s work has often been featured in local, regional and national newspapers and magazines.

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This home’s new design eliminates walls between kitchen, family room and dining room for continuous traffic flow and openness. Ten-foot ceilings allow for decorative cabinetry and crown moldings. Quartzite counters and backsplash add brightness while high-end appliances clad in custom panels and chandeliers create elegance. Cabinetry separates the kitchen and dining room.

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