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Laura Gagnon of Jennifer Gilmer Kitchen & Bath won Best of Class - Large Kitchen.

NKBA 2013 Awards

The region's award-winning kitchens and baths

NKBA 2013 Awards The 2013 design competition organized by the Baltimore-Washington Chapter of the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) welcomed more than 70 entries from area designers. Sponsored by Home & Design, the contest invites experienced professionals from our region to judge the submissions. This year’s jury included Andreas Charalambous, AIA, IIDA, of FORMA Design; Darlene Molnar, LEED AP, Allied ASID, of Darlene Molnar LLC; Ann Unal, CKD, CBD, CID, of Ann Unal Kitchens; and Sharon Jaffe Dan, editor in chief of Home & Design. The winning entries on the following pages will capture your imagination with their distinctive details, eye-catching aesthetics and well-executed plans.

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Crisp, Clean & Contemporary
Lap of Luxury
In the Galley
An Elegant Solution
A New Beginning
Urban Chic
Function & Flair
A Modern Take
Relaxing Retreat
Sleek & Spare

Stylish Addition
Fun Central

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