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National Kitchen + Bath Design Awards | 2020

Nationwide Kitchen + Bathtub Design Awards | 2020

Award sponsor: abbrio.com

MODERN MINIMALISM

Whereas dwelling in Germany, the shoppers fell in love with open dwelling houses all through the nation that used the design tenets of “much less is extra” and “type follows operate.” They needed to attract from these similar ideas to remodel their darkish, outdated, and poorly functioning kitchen. Extending the kitchen ceiling, broadening the doorways, and relocating the present sliding door all maximized the scale of the kitchen to accommodate the shoppers’ needs for a big island, an abundance of cabinetry, and wide-open views to all dwelling areas. Pictures by Cameron Elliot Pictures

Designer: Lora Weaver, Inexteriors Design, LLC, inexteriorsdesign.com


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1. ENTERTAINER’S KITCHEN

This new open plan kitchen meets the shoppers’ needs for a big island, a second sink, and a beautiful area through which to entertain. Three totally different customized cupboard finishes had been used to outline the constructed‐in bar and soften the burden of the island. The customized bar cupboard consists of pocket doorways, which disappear into the cupboard, to disclose an onyx slab, mirrored again, and lighted cupboard inside, displaying the couple’s assortment of scotch and whiskey. The placement of the wine fridge and bar cupboard are handy and provides some separation to the zones throughout the open plan. This informal but elegant open plan kitchen is an Entertainer’s Dream Kitchen.

Designer: Briana Brooke Benton, AKBD, B Brooke Interiors, llc, briana-interiors.com

Photograph by 77 Pictures

2. MODERN COASTAL

Designer: Roshini Hauser, Six Partitions Inside Design, six-walls.com

Co-Designer: Jennifer Kowalski, AKBD,  Six Partitions Inside Design, six-walls.com

Photograph by Jeff Beck Pictures

3. LAKE OASIS

Designer: Briana Brooke Benton, AKBD, B Brooke Interiors, llc, briana-interiors.com

Photograph by Irina Elston


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1. OCEAN BLUE

The house owner desired a kitchen that integrated her favourite shade, ocean blue. They love their lake views however a load bearing wall blocked the view from their kitchen. By including a beam to hold the load and concealing the framing for the basement stairs contained in the peninsula cupboard, a spectacular view was made potential. Extending the wall between the backdoor entry and relocating the entire home equipment created a extra purposeful workspace. Putting Ocean blue tile backsplash provides the house owner’s favourite shade and echoes the water views. The motion within the grey veining of the countertop is harking back to the ebb and move of the tide and ties in with the Shadow end of the cabinetry.

Designer: Candace Nordquist, CKD, Candace Nordquist Interiors, nordquistinteriors.com

Builder: Kristin Sakai, Sockeye Properties, sockeyehomes.com

Photograph by Sockeye Properties

2. HEIRLOOM KITCHEN

Designer: Allison Scott, AKBD, Nip Tuck Transforming, niptuckremodel.com

Cabinetry: Jeff Greenawalt, United Wholesale Provide, unitedwholesale.com

Photograph by John Wilbanks Photograpy, Inc

3. COTTAGE CHARM

Designer: Jennifer Kowalski, AKBD, Six Partitions Inside Design, six-walls.com

Builder: Gary Potter, Potter Building, potterconstruction.com

Photograph by Jeff Beck Pictures


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1. A BOLD STATEMENT KITCHEN IN A SMALL SPACE

My consumer needed a conventional kitchen with each old-world magnificence and sudden, daring whimsy. Calming countertop and cupboard finishes juxtaposed with enjoyable orange hummingbird wallpaper glad each needs. A brand new Monogram gasoline vary and dishwasher together with a space-saving Liebherr fridge created a prepare dinner’s kitchen with elevated and environment friendly use of vertical space-adding storage. I met my consumer’s objectives and so they love the place they dwell.

Designer: Kirsten Conner, Kirsten Conner Inside Design, kirstenconner.com

Co-Designer: Diane La Croix-Ball, Luna Kitchen and Bathtub, lunakitchenandbath.com

Photograph by Krogstad Pictures

2. URBAN ALLURE

Designer: Shannon Boyle, AKBD, Design Love Seattle, design-love.com

Photograph by Dan Farmer, Seattle House Excursions

3. TRANSITIONAL BEAUTY

Designer: Candace Nordquist, CKD, Candace Nordquist Interiors, nordquistinteriors.com

Builder: Kristin Sakai, Sockeye Properties, sockeyehomes.com

Photograph by Sockeye Properties


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1. PERSONAL RETREAT

A private retreat the place the householders may escape and calm down was desired. Giant scale porcelain heated tile, sapele wooden for a pure component, and layering of lighting had been vital to make every space enjoyable and spa-like. A wooden wall and textured tile function creates a customized backdrop for the soaking freestanding tub. Backlit led vainness mirrors spotlight the gentle inexperienced mosaic tile and the gorgeous vessel sinks and wall-mounted taps. A multi-functional bathe provides to the choices for a spa like expertise with a seat to calm down as wanted. A towel hotter is a luxurious function for after a scorching bathe or tub. The grasp closet connects so the householders have quick access to the dressing space, and customized cupboards proceed into this area for a cohesive total really feel.

Designer: Candace Nordquist, CKD, Candace Nordquist Interiors, nordquistinteriors.com

Builder: Kristin Sakai, Sockeye Properties, sockeyehomes.com

Photograph by Sockeye Properties

2. MODERN OASIS

Designer: Allison Scott, AKBD, Nip Tuck Transforming, niptuckremodel.com

Photograph by John Wilbanks Photograpy, Inc

3. FROM BUILDER BEIGE TO … BLACK & WHITE BEAUTY!

Designer: Meredith Larimer, CKD, CBD, Meredith Design, LLC, meredith.design

Photograph by Readability Northwest


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1. MODERN ZEN

This toilet was designed to accommodate those that are working from the house workplace in addition to visitors coming in from the outside spa. This area is layered with wealthy tones and refined textures. We integrated asymmetrical design with the bathe tile format and vainness lighting placement. Total, these parts create a sense of Zen and serenity.

Designer: Roshini Hauser, Six Partitions Inside Design, six-walls.com

Co-Designer: Ciara White, AKBD,  Six Partitions Inside Design, six-walls.com

Photograph by Jeff Beck Pictures

2. BIOPHILIC BATHING BEAUTY

Designer: Judith Wright Sentz, AKBD, Judith Wright Design, judithwrightdesign.net

Photograph by Readability Northwest

3. SIMPLE ELEGANCE

Designer: Jennifer Kowalski, AKBD, Six Partitions Inside Design, six-walls.com

Builder: Gary Potter, Potter Building, potterconstruction.com

Photograph by Jeff Beck Pictures


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1. MODERN INDUSTRIAL

Ooooh that faucet! Highlighting this very distinctive tall curved chrome faucet was vital. This was achieved by including texture within the background tile with the Ballistic Armor backsplash, and taking all of it the best way up the 10ft ceiling flanking the tall mirror. An ordinary sink was not going to chop it on this area, so a customized concrete floating sink was designed with an angled aspect drain to stability the form and dimension of the tall faucet. The thick entrance edge provides some visible weight to connect the floating rift oak cabinetry on. Undercabinet lighting highlights the floating element, and pin lights spotlight the tap and textured backsplash. A wall mount rest room was used for area saving and to maintain throughout the floating theme within the area.

Designer: Candace Nordquist, CKD, Candace Nordquist Interiors, nordquistinteriors.com

Builder: Kristin Sakai, Sockeye Properties, sockeyehomes.com

Photograph by Northlight Pictures

2. VASTU POWDER PRIVACY

Designer: Richard Landon, CMKBD, Richard Landon Design, spaceplanner.com

Photograph by Richard Landon Design

3. HIDDEN GEM

Designer: Emily Doden, Six Partitions Inside Design, six-walls.com

Photograph by C. Weymarn Pictures


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1. LUXURIOUS LAUNDRY

This laundry room went from cramped and cluttered to luxurious and important to the house. We mixed operate with tremendous finishes to offer this house owner with an area that encourages productiveness. A desk space for crafts, invoice paying, and letter writing; a nook cupboard for the cat’s litter field hidden out of the best way, but nonetheless accessible; and an abundance of storage provide this consumer area for all of their household’s requirements. Pental “Argento” polished quartz counter tops, Dura Supreme customized cupboards, and a “wow” patterned flooring tile from Z Assortment convey all the things collectively on this luxurious laundry room.

Designer: Shannon Boyle, AKBD, Design Love Seattle, design-love.com

Builder: April Bettinger, Nip Tuck Transforming, niptuckremodeling.com

Photograph by John Wilbanks Pictures

2. LUXURIOUS MASCULINE

Designer: Roshini Hauser, Six Partitions Inside Design, six-walls.com

Co-Designer: Ciara White, AKBD,  Six Partitions Inside Design, six-walls.com

Photograph by Jeff Beck Pictures

3. INDOOR OUTDOOR OASIS

Designer: Candace Nordquist, CKD, Candace Nordquist Interiors, nordquistinteriors.com

Builder: Kristin Sakai, Sockeye Properties, sockeyehomes.com

Photograph by Northlight Pictures


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INDOOR OUTDOOR OASIS

Designer: Candace Nordquist, CKD, Candace Nordquist Interiors, nordquistinteriors.com

Builder: Kristin Sakai, Sockeye Properties, sockeyehomes.com

Photograph by Northlight Pictures

HIGH CASTLE

Designer: Amanda George, Amanda George Inside Design llc, amandageorgeinteriordesign.com

BEFORE

AFTER | Photograph by Jared Gisin

LAKE VIEW RELAXATION

Designer: Allison Scott, AKBD, Nip Tuck Transforming, niptuckremodel.com

BEFORE

AFTER | Photograph by John Wilbanks Photograpy, Inc

INDUSTRIAL CHIC KITCHEN

Designer: Roshele Allison, CMKBD, NW House Designers, nwhomedesigners.com

Builder: Jim Tollefson, Constructive Power, constructiveenergy.com

Photograph by Jason Comerford Pictures

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