2015 Design Awards

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When it comes to interior design, there’s good, there’s better and there’s best. And the best is what this photo-packed, design-inspired feature story is all about.

It all started last winter, when we asked all of 417-land’s interior designers to show us all their latest home design projects for our annual 417 Home Design Awards contest. We collected a record-breaking 75 entries this year, with each and every one offering gorgeous, creative and innovative designs worthy of a feature on their own. After sorting the projects, we sent them to the American Society of Interior Designers Missouri-East Chapter in St. Louis, where a team of professional interior designers judged each project based on aesthetics, design and a narrative explanation. They passed along a list containing the highest scoring projects in each category, then our 417 Home editor toured each contender in person to take in the first-class work and confirm the winners. Take a look at the best of the best, then get to work on creating your very own dream home.S.W.

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