Calling all design enthusiasts: We’re now accepting submissions to our 2018 Considered Design Awards contest, which spans six Remodelista categories, six Gardenista categories, and one category from The Organized Home. You have until midnight Pacific on June 22 to submit your projects.
We’re thrilled to announce our prize this year—each category winner will receive a $500 gift card to shop Portland, Oregon–based Schoolhouse, either in person (at stores in Portland and NYC) or online.
To get started, head to the 2018 Remodelista Awards page to orient yourself to this year’s Rules & FAQs. There, you’ll find more details, including category descriptions, photo requirements, and entry guidance. (Note that The Organized Home’s category will run on Remodelista, so you’ll use that site’s submission form to enter. )
June 1 through June 22
How to Submit
Click here to Submit Your Project on Remodelista. (Be sure to read our full Rules & FAQs page for instructions on how to enter.)
The Organized Home’s category:
Best Kitchen Organization Project
Best Amateur Kitchen
Best Amateur Bath
Best Amateur Living and/or Dining Room
Best Professional Kitchen
Best Professional Bath
Best Professional Living and/or Dining Room
Best Amateur Garden
Best Professional Landscape
Best Outdoor Living Space
Best Curb Appeal
Best Hardscape Project
Best Edible Garden
The Organized Home:
Wiebke Liu, founder of Blisshaus
Stephen Alesch, founder of Roman & Williams
Jenni Kayne, fashion designer and founder of Jenni Kayne
Erica Tanov, designer and founder of Erica Tanov
Brook Klausing, landscape designer
Winning projects will receive a full feature post on The Organized Home (or Remodelista/Gardenista), and each winner will receive a $500 gift card to shop Schoolhouse online or in stores. If the winner is a professional, the firm will receive automatic entry into Remodelista’s Architect/Designer Directory.
Readers in the United States and Canada (excluding Quebec) are welcome to enter in the appropriate categories. Please read our Rules & FAQs page for complete entry instructions and contest rules.
For inspiration, browse some of last year’s winners:
- Best Professional Kitchen: A Sunny Chelsea Kitchen by Robertson-Tait and Architecture Durusoy
- Best Curb Appeal 2017: Katharine Webster’s San Francisco Street Corner
- Best Amateur Living/Dining Space: A World Traveler’s Living Room Tent in Hawaii
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