NKBA Launches 2015 Design Competition
All entries must be received by Aug. 1, 2014.
 

The 2015 National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) Design Competition started accepting member submissions on June 2, 2014. This year, the NKBA will introduce a new online form as part of the entry process. Complete information on the competition entry process, categories, prizes, guidelines and more can now be downloaded from the official entry packet available at NKBA.org/Competition.

Exclusive to NKBA members, the annual competition offers an excellent opportunity to submit kitchen and bath projects that were installed between Sept.1, 2013, and Aug. 1, 2014.

Member designers can enter their projects in one of six award categories, including Small Kitchen, Medium Kitchen and Large Kitchen; Powder Room, Small Bathroom and Large Bathroom. In addition, applicants have the opportunity to be considered for a number of specialty awards, including Best Before & After, Budget-Friendly and Green and Universal Design.

All category winners will be automatically considered for Best Kitchen & Bath, as well as the People‚Äôs Pick Kitchen and Bath Awards. Applicants primarily from the Builder/Remodeler segment will automatically be considered for the Builder/Remodeler Award, in honor of Clay Lyon, CR, 2012 NKBA Secretary. 

All 2015 NKBA Design Competition winners will receive national industry recognition, more than $50,000 in cash prizes, numerous category and specialty awards, and will also be featured in NKBA Magazine, on NKBA.org and in the NKBA Booth at KBIS 2015 in Las Vegas next January.

Participants should enter their projects with completed entry forms, clear photos, a concise design statement, elevations and a floor plan to scale. All entries must be received at the NKBA Headquarters by Aug. 1, 2014. Winners will be honored at an exclusive awards event on Jan. 19th, 2015, during KBIS 2015 at Las Vegas.

To learn more about the competition rules and guidelines, visit NKBA.org/Competition.

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