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NKBA announces 2020 Design Award winners

Wednesday, February 19, 2020

The National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) announced its 2020 Design + Industry Award winners. The annual competition recognizes excellence in design and execution. Wood tones, sculptural elements and textural accents were among the elements featured in this year’s winning designs.

These awards shine a spotlight on the design professionals whose work is raising the bar in kitchen and bath design, building and remodeling, outdoor living and Living In Place. At this year’s NKBA awards, seven Canadian interior design firms received a number of awards.

Michelle Miazga-Hall, founder and principal of Vancouver based Port + Quarter Interiors was a top winner, taking the Best Overall Bath award for Spyglass. She won first place in both the Contemporary Bath, Large and Contemporary Bath, Small.

Other winners include:

CONTEMPORARY KITCHEN, SMALL

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First Place: Svetiana Tryaskina, Estee Design, Toronto, Ontario
Ontario/Canada Chapter
Open-Plan Kitchen

Third Place: Nyla Free, Nyla Free Designs Inc., Calgary, Alberta
Prairie Provinces Chapter

CONTEMPORARY BATH, LARGE

Second Place: Carly Nemtean, Carriage Lance Design-Build, Mississauga, Ontario
Ontario/Canada Chapter
Indian

CONTEMPORARY BATH, SMALL

Second Place: Madeleine Sloback, Principal, Madeleine Design Group, Vancouver, British Columbia
British Columbia Chapter
Ocean Bluff Estate

TRADITIONAL BATH, SMALL

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First Place: Dvira Ovadia, Owner, Dvira Interiors, Toronto, Ontario
Ontario/Canada Chapter
Industrial Boys Bathroom

Second Place: Dvira Ovadia, Owner, Dvira Interiors, Toronto, Ontario
Ontario/Canada Chapter
Jewel Powder Room

LIVING IN PLACE

First Place: Kendall Ansell, Principal, Kendall Ansell Interiors, Vancouver, B.C.
British Columbia Chapter
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