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Share This Post Now! and its sister website,, have named the winners of their annual Considered Design Awards contest, which honor the year’s greatest triumphs of home and garden design prowess and remodeling ingenuity, the News Corp subsidiary Move, Inc.-operated websites recently announced. The winners receive a full feature on the websites as well as a collection of books from the guest judges, plus Remodelista and Gardenista’s own books. Professional winners also receive automatic entry into the websites’ architect/designer directory of recommended professionals.

Finalist Information


North American finalists were from New York (10), California (8), Hawaii (2), Georgia, Indiana, Maine, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Washington, Washington D.C. and Toronto, Canada.

U.K. finalists were from Scotland, Northern Ireland and England (8), with two from London.


U.S. finalists were from California (17), New York (3), Texas (2), Arizona, Colorado, Iowa, Illinois, Nebraska, Tennessee, Virginia, and Washington.

U.K. finalists were from all across England, with five of the 10 from London.

Once the finalists were determined, the public was asked to weigh in and cast their vote to select the winner in each category. With more than 300,000 votes cast, the following contestants have emerged as the 2017 winners:

Remodelista Award Winners by Category


Best Bath
Julie Feehan – Hudson Valley Farmhouse Bathroom Remodel (Hudson Valley, N.Y.)

Best Kitchen
Zachery Leung – Rustic & Refined (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)

Best Living/Dining
Ana Guadalupe Rodriguez – Casa de Castillo (Kealakekua, Hawaii)

Best U.K. Interior
Tanya Vacarda – Hollywood Mid-Terrace House Revamp


Best Bath
CCS Architecture – Glen Park Powder Room (San Francisco, Calif.)

Best Kitchen
Robertson-Tait, LLC – Chelsea Loft (New York, N.Y.)

Best Living/Dining
Lorraine Bonaventura Architect – Cobble Hill Brownstone Living and Dining (Brooklyn, N.Y.)

Best U.K. Interior
Fawn Interiors – Thatched Cottage Kitchen (Alresford, England)

Gardenista Award Winners by Category


Best Garden
Andrew Tatreau – Nebraska Cabana (Omaha, Neb.)

Best U.K. Garden
Beverly Anne Horsley – An Artist’s Farmhouse Country Garden (Shrewsbury, England)


Best Landscape
Campion Walker Landscapes/JacobsChang Architecture – Hedge House (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Best U.K. Landscape
Studio 29 Architects – An African-Inspired Garden in Holland Park (London, England)

Open to All

Best Outdoor Living Space
Edible Petals – Crane-Peyton Residence (Brooklyn, N.Y.)

Best Hardscape
Boxhill Design – Desert Geometry (Tucson, Ariz.)

Best Curb Appeal
Katharine Webster – Lush and Urban (San Francisco, Calif.)

Best Edible Garden
Under A Tin Roof – Sustainable Kitchen Garden (Kalona, Iowa)

“This year’s group of finalists was the strongest and most varied we’ve seen yet, with projects ranging from a single-room, glassed-in retreat in Sullivan County, N.Y., to a revamped terrace house (with plasterwork done by the owners) in the U.K.,” says Julie Carlson, editor-in-chief of Remodelista.

“This year’s entries in our Gardenista Considered Design Awards contest showed an amazing range of garden styles and sizes, each so full of its own personality and unmistakable passion,” says Michelel Slatalla, editor-in-chief of Gardenista. “Our readers clearly believe outdoor space is living space and nothing could be more exciting to us.”

Design enthusiasts and professionals in the U.S., U.K., and Canada (excluding Quebec) submitted more than 4,600 home and garden photos as part of entries from 34 states (and D.C.) in categories that span the entire home. From there, the pool of entrants was narrowed down to a set of finalists by guest judges Sheila Bridges, interior designer; Sam Hamilton, owner of March in San Francisco, Calif.; Deborah Needleman, design editor; and Rita Konig, writer and interior designer.

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