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Each year PaperCity has a fabulous Design competition to highlight some of the best work in our fine city. We are very excited to announce that Dbh-biz.info Interior Design won for Best Residential Interior under 3,500 square feet.
The award ceremony took place last night at the Houston Design Center, where finalists and the winners of the design awards were celebrated. The evening began with an hor d’oeuvres hour at the fabulous Connie Lefevre’s Design House, followed by the awards ceremony which was held in Tom Alkusari’s amazing Alkusari showroom. The esteemed panel of judges were Alexa Hampton (@alexahamptoninc), Jay Jeffers (@jeffersdesign) & Michael Imber (@michael_imber) and they were funny and eloquent.
We are so proud of our design team for this project: Letecia Ellis (Senior Designer) and Kirstin Tate (Associate Designer). Their work on the Memorial Park Modern project is uncompromising and I want to congratulate them on this fine accomplishment. Both of these designers are tirelessly dedicated to their craft and this award is a reflection of the hard work they do each and every day!
Senior Designer, Letecia Ellis Associate Designer, Kirstin Tate
Here is a look at our winning Memorial Park Modern project (our second renovation in 4 years of this wonderful home with fabulous clients):
You can view the entire project on Houzz .
We had so much fun at the award ceremony and were humbled to be surrounded by some of the most talented designers in Houston. The interior design industry in Houston is thriving and we couldn’t be more excited about all the opportunity for everyone here.
Thank you PaperCity for a fantastic evening of fun (and of course the amazing Christofle award)! We are dedicated PaperCity Magazine readers and are thrilled to be included in their pages (awards are slated to be showcased in special section of the October 2014 issue of PaperCity). We look forward to sharing the feature with you as soon as it appears on newsstands!