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  • Six outstanding Canadian kitchen designs have won the Canadian Decorators’ Association’s sought-after 2017 Decorating & Design Awards. Entries were submitted by firms from coast to coast for the two kitchen design & decorating categories: kitchens under $50,000, and over $50,000. Through an intensive evaluation process, the judges determined these six kitchens were the most outstanding:

  • Your bathroom can be a cluttered mess or a welcome respite from your busy day. These six stunning bathroom renovations were the winners of DDA Canada's 2018 Decorating and Design Competition. 

  • The spike in Canadian real estate prices over the last couple years has many homeowners opting to renovate rather than move. In 2016, one third of these reno plans focused on a bathroom, according to this Financial Post report.

    Six of these bathroom makeovers have won interior decorating and design awards in the Canadian Decorators’ Association’s Decorating & Design Competition. Entries were submitted by firms from across Canada for the two bathroom categories: bathrooms under $30,000, and over $30,000. Bronze, silver and gold medals were awarded for these six stunning bathroom renovations:


  • Out of sight out of mind. That’s the reason powder rooms are often one of the most lackluster rooms in a home. Homeowners may rarely use the powder room, but that’s not the case for their guests.

    Is it time to update your powder room? Here are three incredible powder rooms updates to whet your appetite. These gorgeous recent renos are the bronze, silver and gold winning designs from the Canadian Decorators’ Association’s 2017 Decorating & Design Competition.

     

  • Want a taste of next-generation decoration and design? Each year, Canadian students enter their residential and commercial projects in our Decorating & Design Competition. These are the three student projects that won awards in the 2018 competition.

  • Each year, entrants in the Decorating and Design Competition get to show off their fresh ideas for improving living spaces at every budget.

    With its multiple functions for food preparation, dining, and socializing, the kitchen is a pivotal space in any home. Take a look at these six winning designs to see how Canada’s top decorators and designers make the most of existing spaces to deliver extraordinary kitchens.

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    Whether you are a homeowner dreaming of updating your home, or a professional designer seeking inspiration for your next project, these award winning projects from the across Canada are a must see. The nine interior makeovers are standouts for creativity, thoughtfulness and design skill. They also show you what can be done with a small, medium and large budget. 

  • Each year, the DDA Canada holds its Decorating and Design Competition, an industry event geared towards giving established and upcoming decorators and designers a chance to show off their work. 

    Entrants in this category were working on interiors, and winners were selected in five categories: Over $100K, Over $45K and Under $100K, With Construction Under $45K, Without Construction $10K to $45K, and Challenging Budget Under $10K. Take a look at these entries submitted by both DDA Canada members and by students. 

  • Each year, the DDA holds its Decorating and Design Competition, an industry event geared towards giving established and upcoming designers and decorators a chance to show off their work. 

    Take a look at these award-winning general student project designs.

  • Each year, the DDA holds its Decorating and Design Competition, an industry event geared towards giving established and upcoming designers and decorators a chance to show off their work.

    Take a look at these award-winning commercial designs.

  • Each year, the DDA Canada holds its Decorating and Design Competition, an industry event geared towards giving established and upcoming decorators and designers a chance to show off their work.

    Entrants in this category had to demonstrate the use of the 7 Principles in Universal Design within a kitchen or bath project: equitable use, flexibility in use, simple and intuitive use, perceptible information, tolerance for error, low physical effort, and size and space for approach and use. Take a look at these award-winning universal kitchens or baths, submitted by both DDA Canada members and by students.

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