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Vote for the Best Professional Kitchen in Our Design Awards

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Vote for the Best Professional Kitchen in Our Design Awards

July 26, 2017

Our judges have chosen the finalists, now you choose the winners. Vote for your favorite projects in our 2017 Considered Design Awards, once per day in each of the Remodelista and Gardenista categories. Voting closes at midnight on August 4, and winners will be announced on August 7.

Below, browse the finalists in the best Professional Kitchen category, then head to our awards page to Vote.

 Annie Ritz and Daniel Rabin entered the kitchen of their Silver Lake Project in Los Angeles, which was chosen as a finalist by Remodelista editor Julie Carlson and guest judge Sam Hamilton, who said: &#8
Above: Annie Ritz and Daniel Rabin entered the kitchen of their Silver Lake Project in Los Angeles, which was chosen as a finalist by Remodelista editor Julie Carlson and guest judge Sam Hamilton, who said: “This sweet and beautifully crafted kitchen is such a treat. While it would have been lovely in a more typical color, the pink gives this minimal space immediate character. It strikes me as both Swedish and Japanese in sensibility. Joyful.”
 This Monochrome Kitchen in Brooklyn was submitted by Homestories and chosen by Sam Hamilton, who said: &#8
Above: This Monochrome Kitchen in Brooklyn was submitted by Homestories and chosen by Sam Hamilton, who said: “This is a beautifully realized kitchen. Light, functional, European feeling. The sublime sensibility of the space with the counterpoint of that lovely view of the Brooklyn Bridge!—right on point.”
 Lorraine Bonaventura Architect entered this Cobble Hill Brownstone Kitchen in Brooklyn, chosen by Sam Hamilton, who said: &#8
Above: Lorraine Bonaventura Architect entered this Cobble Hill Brownstone Kitchen in Brooklyn, chosen by Sam Hamilton, who said: “What a lovely, light filled kitchen! Looks like it would be pure joy to work in as well as spend family time. The fluidity of indoor/outdoor space is so well done. Needless to say, I’m a sucker for an Aga as well as the combination of modern and streamlined elements combined with older pieces. This kitchen has an immediate feeling of personality.” Photograph by Hulya Kolabas.
Sarah Jefferys Design submitted Passive in Park Slope, chosen by Sam Hamilton: &#8
Above: Sarah Jefferys Design submitted Passive in Park Slope, chosen by Sam Hamilton: “An unusual and quite amazing kitchen. It reminds me of these Japanese carved wooden tea boxes I carry at March in San Francisco. I love the attention to detail coupled with the simplicity of this space. It’s a welcoming passage leading to the living and garden space.”
Designers Robertson-Tait worked with Architecture Durusoy on this Chelsea Loft in New York City, which was chosen by Julie Carlson: &#8
Above: Designers Robertson-Tait worked with Architecture Durusoy on this Chelsea Loft in New York City, which was chosen by Julie Carlson: “We like the band of yellow cabinets in this crisp, not-too-serious urban kitchen, which adds a sunny note to the space. The mix of materials is especially appealing; the white subway tile, blond wood cabinetry, and slate flooring work well together to create a balance of dark and light elements.”

Have you chosen your favorite? Then head to the Professional Kitchen category page to vote.

Don’t forget to vote once per day in all contest categories on both Remodelista and Gardenista, now through August 4.

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