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Kitchens That Sizzle for Every Budget and Space



Looking to increase the value and aesthetic of your home? Start with the kitchenmany say it's the most important room in the house. Not to mention it's where you brew your coffee, prepare your meals, and entertain your friends and family. 

Feast your eyes on all the winning kitchen designs from the National Kitchen and Bath Association's 2015 Peak Design Awards—from small and budget-friendly to large and over-the-top. 

1st Place Winner, Small Kitchen (less than 150 square feet)
Designer: Jan Neiges, CKD, LLC


2nd Place, Small Kitchen (less than 150 square feet) and Winner, Budget-Friendly Kitchen (under $40,000)
Designer: Mary Jo Hren, CKD, Essentia Interiors, LTD


3rd Place, Small Kitchen (less than 150 square feet)
Designer: Andria Uhrig, Kitchen Traditions of Colorado​


1st Place, Medium Kitchen, (150-350 square feet) 
Designer: William Landeros, CKD with co-designer Jed MacKenzie, CKD, bulthaup by Kitchen Distributors, Inc.


2nd Place, Medium Kitchen, (150-350 square feet) 
Designer: Andrew Williams, Kitchen Traditions of Colorado


3rd Place, Medium Kitchen, (150-350 square feet) 
Designer: Andria Uhrig, Kitchen Traditions of Colorado with co-designer Dawn Huckaby of Inner-Vision Design, LLC


Honorable Mention, Medium Kitchen, (150-350 square feet) 
Designer: Jan Neiges, CKD, LLC


1st Place, Large Kitchen (more than 350 square feet) and Winner, Student Choice Kitchen
Designer: William Landeros, CKD with co-designer Jed MacKenzie, CKD, bulthaup by Kitchen Distributors, Inc.


2nd Place, Large Kitchen (more than 350 square feet)
Designer: Barbara Barton, CMKBD, Barbara Barton & Assoc.


Winner, Eco-Friendly Green Design
Designer: Emily M. Cathcart, CKD, NCIDQ

See also: The Top Kitchen and Bath Designers in Colorado

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