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Remodelista Considered Design Awards: Vote for the Best Bath – Reader Submissions

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Remodelista Considered Design Awards: Vote for the Best Bath – Reader Submissions

June 27, 2013

Below are the finalists for the Best Bath Space submitted by readers. To see all the photos for each project, scroll down within each box. You can vote once a day in each category now through July 15. Share images on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and Pinterest using the sharing tools embedded beneath each image. Happy voting!



Becky Walter. Alder Cabinetry in a Naturalist Bath. Nashville, TN. “This is my home designed by my father (architect of 60+ years in the business) and myself (graphic designer). It was a fantastic opportunity to work together as father and daughter, architect and designer and combine our talents.”


Steve Carbin. Basic White Bath with Ceramic Modern Art. Madison, WI. “When we purchased this, our first home, the bathroom could have been most charitably described as unfortunate. Taking it down to the 1919 studs, I attempted in the design to keep it simple and true to the house’s age, but adding a few modern touches.”


Donna Aragi. Cottage Bath with a Faux-Bois Wainscot. Wimbledon, England. “Simple design using a mix of classic and modern.”


Meryl Mandelbaum. Teak, Leather, and Tile Bath with Farmhouse Finishes. New York, NY. “Small hall bath; modern classic.”


Tamara Malkin-Stuart. A Tile-Driven Design in Black and White. Brooklyn, NY. “I carried one of those cement tiles around with me in my bag for 2 years from the schematic design phase. The interior of this bathroom was all designed around it.”


 

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