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    2018-2019 DESIGNER OF THE YEAR: BEDROOM $30,000 & ABOVE

    Winner: Bauer Clifton Interiors, Bauer Clifton Interiors, Alaska

    This extensive bedroom renovation involved transforming an unused storage attic into a master suite of the homeowners’ dreams.  While the room literally started out as a blank slate, it required much thought and consideration to achieve the clients’ long wish list, while designing a functional layout that worked with the existing roof lines, stairwell access, and new adjoining ensuite bathroom.

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    2018-2019 DESIGNER OF THE YEAR: LIVING SPACES $30,000 AND ABOVE

    Winner: Nicole Yee, Nicole Yee Interiors, California 
    This room was over-filled with a grand piano, large scale furniture, 1980s vinyl windows, and French doors opened to yet another unused outdoor patio space and the beautiful view beyond was obstructed. The designer added a gorgeous paneled ceiling, raised the floor and carried through exquisite French limestone. All of the windows and doors were replaced and reconfigured.

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    2018-2019 DESIGNER OF THE YEAR: BATHROOMS $30,000 & ABOVE

    Winner: Judy Gooch, Tennessee
    These homeowners wanted their master bathroom redesigned to include up-scaled finishes, functionality, and to be uniquely beautiful. The room's focal point was the custom stained glass window made of clear textured and opaque glass that allowed privacy while still allowing natural light to flood the room.

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    IDS IN PARIS: FLEA MARKET TOUR

    On Sunday, September 8th, our group will experience a guided tour of the amazing Paris flea markets. With over 1,700 merchants, the market, also known as "Marche Aux Puces," is named  the largest and most-well known antique market in Paris.

    To learn more about this year's IDS trip to Paris, click here.

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