10 Show-Stopping Best of Year Product Winners
In case you haven’t heard… submissions are open for Interior Design‘s Best of Year Awards—the design industry’s premiere design awards program honoring work by designers, architects, and manufacturers around the globe. Be sure to submit your top products and projects by September 7, 2022, or sooner! Early bird pricing ends August 12. In case you’re looking for a bit of inspiration, we compiled 10 product winners from last year.
Transition Carpet Collection by Ege Carpets
Winner for Modular Carpet
WireLine by Flos
Winner for Chandelier
OutLand by Ralph Pucci
Winner for Residential Occasional Tables
Big Talk by Blå Station thru Scandinavian Spaces
Winner for Contract Lounge Seating
Shibui by Paola Lenti thru West | Out East
Winner for Outdoor Seating
Garden District by Artistic Tile
Winner for Materials
Levels by Hightower
Winner for Contract Bench + Stool
Hortensia by Moooi
Winner for Residential Lounge Seating
Decors and Panoramiques by Arte
Winner for Fabric Wall Covering
Designtex Crypton Pure by Crypton & Designtex
Winner for Healthcare Textiles
Interested in submitting products or projects for this year’s Best of Year Awards? Get submission details here.
A Look Back at 10 Best of Year Project Winners from 2021
Interior Design’s Best of Year submissions are now open! Take a look at these 2021 project winners for a bit of inspiration.
Best of Year Awards 2021
Interior Design celebrates design in all its forms with the 2021 Best of Year Awards. See the winner’s gallery here.
HiP Award Winners 2022
See the winners and honorees of Interior Design’s 2022 HiP Awards!
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