Drury Design Wins Midwest Design Vision Awards’ Best of Show

January 27, 2012

More and more Chicago real estate owners are looking to invest in their own homes through remodeling. Recently, the best the area has to offer in remodeling was honored at the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) Midwest Design Vision awards. Drury Design took the show by storm, winning 11 awards, including Best of Show.

Gladys Schanstra CKD, CBD, remodeled the Elmhurst Colonial home that took home Best of Show. Schanastra also won third place large bath.

First and second place large kitchen, first place medium kitchen, and first place large bath went to Gail Drury, CMKBD. Terry Kenney took home third place large kitchen, third place medium bath, second place large bath and an honorable mention.

A new kitchen was added onto the Elmhurst colonial home that won Best of Show. This new addition is more open, encompasses more storage and includes durable, kid friendly surfaces. This kitchen also won First Place Medium Kitchen. The master bathroom was also remodeled to success. It includes a large soaking tub as the room’s focal point, old wood plank floors, and mosaic glass tiles in the shower surround to complete the natural ambiance of the room.

NKBA’s Chicago Midwest chapter sponsors the Design Vision contest in partnership with Chicago Home Garden magazine. NKBA Chicago Midwest chapter members judge the contest, which honors mid westerners’ outstanding bathroom and kitchen designs.

Drury Design was established in 1987 and holds tight to its client-focused approach to design and remodeling. Drury Design is a nationally recognized kitchen and interior design center located in Glen Ellyn, Ill. For more information on the studio’s projects, visit Drury Design online.

Categories: Awards, Remodeling

About The Author

Read All Stories By Stephanie

Stephanie is an Integrated Account Coordinator at Rountree Group Integrated Communications. She has public relations experience in public affairs, social media, blogging, healthcare, manufacturing, real estate, restauranting and retail.

Leave a Comment