The 2013 Greatest of Badges Are Here!

The 2013 Greatest of Badges Are Here!

awards Greatest of profile badges annually to the top home pros at the specialist community — not just in the United States but also in Canada, the United Kingdom, and Australia.

Winners are selected in two categories: Design and Customer Satisfaction. The Design winners are the ones with the most popular designs in 2012. Customer Satisfaction honors are determined by a number of factors, including the quantity and caliber of customer reviews.


The yearly Best of selections also reveal remodeling and decorating tastes and tendencies all around the world. This contemporary dining area in the United Kingdom highlights two key characteristics of hot dining rooms this year: announcement ribbons and comfortable seating. Those vibrant chairs include the best punch of color.

The winners get a Best of 2013 badge to add to their own professional profiles. These organizers assist homeowners find recommended architects, interior designers, builders and other house professionals in every metro area on .

Jordan Lotoski

Popular kitchens, such as this one in Calgary, Alberta, tended to adhere to palettes in 2012. Shaker cabinetry was king at the kitchen and came with specialized built-ins to stay awkward essentials (such as spatulas and baking pans) tidy and neat.

Bravo Interior Design

A number of the best kids’ rooms utilized bold and bright color in tasteful applications, as in this Austin, Texas, nursery. Many ers liked more contemporary children’s rooms that could easily grow with children; the lively treatment with this ceiling will probably stay in style well to the summertime.

Randall Mars Architects

Popular living rooms came in a huge variety of styles, from very traditional to very modern. Most living spaces had a neutral palette with only a couple of splashes of color, such as this Washington, D.C., living area. Its powerful, durable materials and spacious floor plan also echo living room tendencies around the world.

Rudolfsson Alliker Associates Architects

The organic materials and open environment of this Australian dining area highlight some of the major design tendencies of several foreign homes. Regardless of the soft color options, the contemporary chandelier and large window make this room the focal point of the house.

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