National Award

Kate Roos Design
Minneapolis, Minn.

This 1910 home had an oddly shaped kitchen that did not function well for this family of four. They wanted a brighter space with better flow and more efficient work areas. They hoped for an island, a pantry and a coffee bar. They wanted a modern design that would honor the history of their historic home. Through the design, the company was able to incorporate an exterior entry allowing for an island and better flow and function. By selecting classic finishes and timeless details, the kitchen has 21st century functionality while remaining true to its turn-of-the-century origins.

Regional Award

CMC Design Studio LLC
Saratoga Springs, N.Y.

Meunier Woodworks           
Granville, N.Y.

The kitchen of this 1850s home needed to be both endearing to history yet modern for the inhabitants. Hidden appliances behind beautifully paneled doors, historical references in the cabinet glass panes and windows, coffers that beckon users to look upward, and colors that echo a bygone era all collaborate to bring this once abandoned project to life.

Regional Award

Copper Sky Design + Remodel
Atlanta, Ga.

Situated in the heart of the Lake Claire neighborhood in Atlanta, this small bungalow was built in the 1930s. Having already renovated many of the auxiliary spaces, including finishing out the attic space to create a primary suite, the clients turned their attention to the kitchen. Its existing, open stainless-steel cabinetry, while fit for a commercial kitchen, left much to be desired both aesthetically and functionally. This thoughtful renovation created substantially more storage space, improved the overall functionality and introduced a bold design that exudes personality and charm.

Regional Award

Fitch Design Company
Everett, Wash.

This kitchen needed updating and a new organization system to make it operable for the owners. The goal with this project was to prioritize the layout and functionality of the kitchen and keep the aesthetic design simple yet timeless to let the cedar paneling and details of the home speak for themselves. Through clever planning the team incorporated the structural elements of the space into the design and the clients now enjoy cooking, eating and hosting in their new gourmet kitchen.

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