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KLAFFS Congratulates the Winners of the 2018 Connecticut IDAs!
By KLAFFStyle Editorial Staff
Photography by Neil Landino, LandinoPhoto
The Innovation in Design Awards (IDAs) by Connecticut Cottages & Gardens (CTC&G) took place on Tuesday, May 22, 2018 at the Greenwich Village Country Club.
Now in its 12th year, the Connecticut IDAs presented by Design Within Reach honors top Connecticut talent across the following categories: Architecture, Small Space Design, Interior Design, Kitchen Design, Bath Design, Garden Design and Product Design.
This year’s special Innovator Award went to Christopher Peacock Luxury Fitted Cabinetry.
“Over the years, Chris Peacock has created kitchens that are highly functional but at the same time elegant,” said DJ Carey, the editorial director of CTC&G. “These two attributes had never coexisted in the kitchen space. He understands the importance of experiencing a space through texture, color and shape.”
This year, KLAFFS was again the Winner’s Circle Sponsor, and as such, we would like to congratulate all the winners – Reese Owens Architects, Brenner Builders, D2 Interieurs, RobsonLeonard Design, Deane, Inc., Gara & Company, Haver & Skolnick Architects, Robern, Inc. and Luca Andrisani by Lenox – and the nominees for their inspiring designs.
You can view more fun photos from the event on the official Cottages and Gardens Facebook page!
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