This year the winners of our Considered Design Awards categories will get a $500 gift card to shop Portland, Oregon–based
Schoolhouse. (Winning projects also get full profiles on Remodelista, Gardenista, or The Organized Home, and professional winners get automatic entry into our Architect/Designer Directory.)
To enter, visit our
Rules & FAQs, and browse all contest details on our 2018 Awards site.
We shopped online, and here’s what we’d buy with $500 from Schoolhouse.
Above: A limited-edition series, Schoolhouse’s Blackline Stoneware Dinnerware Sets are made of ivory clay in a family-owned Ohio factory, and each piece has a hand-painted black stripe. A boxed set of four pieces (either mugs, plates, soup bowls, or latte bowls) ranges in price from $88 to $104. Above: This Studio Floor Lamp has a midcentury-modern feel and an adjustable swivel arm that can be angled, raised, and lowered as needed. It’s made of painted aluminum with steel rods and brass swivels, and comes in black, white, and yellow; $359. Above: Available in three colors, Schoolhouse’s Mini Compartment Tray evokes a vintage cafeteria tray, made in the US of a vintage mold; $10. Above: A Schoolhouse classic made in the company’s Portland factory, the Canvas Organizer is made of sturdy cotton canvas with a reinforced black base and cotton shirting liner; $120. Above: Inspired by a classic ticking fabric, this blue Diamond Ticking Quilt is made of yarn-dyed cotton with mid-weight cotton batting; $169. Visit the Above: This Utility Stool is made of industrial strength welded steel with rubber feet. It’s 18 inches tall and available in five colors, including the clear-coated steel shown here; $169. 2018 Remodelista Considered Design Awards to browse submissions and enter your own project into any of six categories, including Best Amateur Bath, Best Professional Kitchen, and Best Amateur Living/Dining Space. Submissions are due by midnight Pacific on Friday, June 22.