Gardenista and Remodelista, sister blogs that explore everything from indoor and outdoor garden design to entertaining, DIY projects and decorating spaces, have announced the results of their first-annual Considered Design Awards.
More than 500 projects were submitted for the awards and fans of the sites voted for their favorites more than 40,000 times. Awards are given in include both professionally-designed projects and reader-submissions.
Here’s a look at the winning projects:
Best Professionally Designed projects:
Kitchen Space: Mark Reilly Architecture
Office Space: Kate Monckton Interior Design
Bedroom Space: Dash Marshall
Bath Space: Chambers + Chambers Architects
Children's Space: Wettling Architects
Dining Space: MNA (Michael Neumann Architecture)
Best Reader-Submitted projects:
Bedroom: Loren Madsen
Bath Space: Steve Carbin
Dining Space: Janna Hymes
Kitchen Space: Jan Hammock
Office Space: Jane Archer
Best Indoor Garden: Liz Tan
Best Architectural Garden Feature: Specht Harpman Architects
Best Urban Garden: Alexandra Tasker Marx Landscape Architect
Best Edible Garden: BaDesign
Best Outdoor Room: Wall Morris Interior Design
Winners will receive a hand-wrought iron Symi Lantern made by Casamidy, as well as a project profile written by Gardenista editor in chief Michelle Slatalla and Remodelista editor in chief Julie Carlson, which will go up on the site throughout the next couple of weeks.
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