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Award-Winning Kitchens & Baths of 2018

A look at this year’s NKBA Peak Award-winning designs, from small-yet-glam kitchens to bathrooms with views for miles



“Geometric Mod” Julee Jordening-Wray, Truss Interiors

On June 28 at Mile High Station, the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) honored designers in several categories for the very best in kitchen and bath design. Here are the 2018 Peak Award-winning projects.

Small Kitchen Winners

 

“Sunshine Peak” 
Christine Spillar
Christine Spillar Interior Design LLC

 

“So Damn Glam”
Gina D’Amore-Bauerle
D’Amore Interiors

 

“Denver Bungalow Kitchen”
Tennille Wood
Beautiful Habitat

Medium Kitchen Winners

 

“Cherry Creek Contemporary”
Elisabeth Aiello
Kitchen Distributors

 

“Geometric Mod”
Julee Jordening-Wray
Truss Interiors

 

“SoBo Mid Century Modern”
Ute Vandenberghe
UV Designs

Large Kitchen Winners

 

“Glenmoor Country Club”
Brett LaHay
Kitchen Distributors

 

 

“Blue Door” 
Jan Neiges
CKD

 

“Denver Historic Bungalow”
Ute Vandenberghe
UV Designs

Small Bath Winners

 

“Farm House Meets Art Deco”
Nowell Vincent
Nowell Vincent Interiors

 

“A Boy’s Life”
Gina D’Amore-Bauerle
D’Amore Interiors

 

“So Damn Glam”
Gina D’Amore-Bauerle
D’Amore Interiors

Large Bath Winners

 

“Minty Mod”
Julee Jordening-Wray
Truss Interiors

 

“Corner Shower”
Jan Neiges
CKD

 

“Views For Miles”
Jeremy Parcels, AKBD
Christopher’s Kitchen & Bath 

Powder Room Winners

 

“Dimensional”
Ann Grice
Ann Grice Interiors

 

“Walnut Wave”
Jeremy Parcels, AKBD
Christopher’s Kitchen & Bath

 

“Homage To a Truck Stop”
Gina D’Amore-Bauerle
D’Amore Interiors

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