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We’re Now Part of the Remodelista Considered Design Awards, Launching June 1

The Remodelista Considered Design Awards is now in its fifth year, and this time, The Organized Home is playing a part. We’re sponsoring one category—the Best Kitchen Organization Project—that will be hosted on Remodelista and is open to all readers, both professional designers and amateur enthusiasts.

The Considered Design Awards are for all kinds of dwellers—homeowners, renters, architects, DIYers, interior designers, and contractors are all welcome to submit, as are gardeners, landscape architects, and landscape designers in Gardenista’s contest. Finalists will be selected by a panel of judges (to be announced soon), and winners will be chosen by public vote. The details:

Submission Period

Submissions will be accepted Friday, June 1, through Friday, June 22.

Contest Category

Best Kitchen Organization Project (open to everyone)

Prizes

The winning project will receive a full feature post on The Organized Home, and the winner will get a $500 gift card to shop our prize sponsor, Schoolhouse, based in Portland, Oregon. If our winner is a professional, the firm will receive automatic entry into Remodelista’s Architect/Designer Directory.

Who Can Enter?

We’ll publish our complete Terms & Conditions with the launch of the contest, but readers in the United States and Canada (excluding Quebec) are welcome to enter. You may submit multiple entries, and each entry may include up to 10 photos (minimum 1,000 pixels wide). Please do not submit projects that have already been featured on Remodelista or The Organized Home. You’ll be required to submit a short paragraph describing your project and a brief caption for each photo.

For More Inspiration:

Visit Remodelista’s contests from past years:

2017 Considered Design Awards
2015 Considered Design Awards
2014 Considered Design Awards
2013 Considered Design Awards

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Above: Zachary Leung won Remodelista’s Amateur-Designed Kitchen category last year for his own Toronto kitchen.
 Mark Reilly Architecture in San Francisco won Remodelista’s 2013 Professional Kitchen contest with this Victorian house, remodeled with a contemporary floor plan and upstairs kitchen. Photograph by Paul Dyer.
Above: Mark Reilly Architecture in San Francisco won Remodelista’s 2013 Professional Kitchen contest with this Victorian house, remodeled with a contemporary floor plan and upstairs kitchen. Photograph by Paul Dyer.

N.B.: Featured photograph by Darren Hercher, courtesy of Tanya Vacarda, from Remodelista’s winning 2017 Best UK Interior project.

For more winning projects from Remodelista and Gardenista, see:

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