2019 Southeast Designer of The Year Nominees Announced
We are thrilled to share the exciting news that DWI is a finalist in the Southeast Residential Designer Of The Year award.
Sponsored by ADAC and Veranda magazine, this award spans a 10-state region, and we are honored to be included for the third year in a row.
Not only are we humbled to be among such a distinguished group, we are proud to be a vessel to spotlight our fabulous city of Birmingham, AL. If you need a few recommendations of my favorite places to eat and shop in town, contact me here.
“The South is an epicenter for stylish design, and this year’s Southeast Designers and Architect of the Year Awards’ entrants prove the region’s influence on architecture and interior design is not to be overlooked,” said Steele Marcoux, Editor in Chief of VERANDA magazine. “I feel honored – and inspired – to have been a part of this process!”
Our sincere thanks to the judges, Steele Marcoux, Bunny Williams, and Roger Seifter, for noticing our work. These esteemed judges are well-known in the design community and for their discerning eyes to highlight our work is an honor.
Stay tuned as we will keep you posted on social media. The award ceremony is April 25th and our entire team will be together to celebrate.
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We just learned we are a finalist for the 2017 Southeast Residential Designer Of The Year award.
I try not to get too caught up in awards and accolades, but I do have to admit, I am thrilled. It’s an honor to be included in this esteemed group of designer friends and by judges I admire and respect.
I’ve listed the other finalists in the Residential category and have included their websites so you can learn more about those you may not know.
If interested, you can read more about it here. This award ceremony is sponsored by Veranda and ADAC and is Thursday, April 27th, at the Southeastern Showhouse in Atlanta, GA.
This is the Atlanta Homes and Lifestyle’sShowhouse I have been working on the past few weeks, and if you have a chance to tour it between April 20th and May14th, GO! The home is beautiful and it is for a great cause.
Take care and thanks for reading. Have a great day, everyone.
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