Drury Design Wins 5 Design Vision Awards for Projects in Burr Ridge, Glen Ellyn, Hinsdale, La Grange

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Five Drury Design projects recently received 2009 NKBA [National Kitchen and Bath Association] Design Vision Awards and two received honorable mentions. Gail Drury, CMKBD took first place honors in the large kitchen category for a major kitchen renovation for a Hinsdale client featuring white furniture-styled cabinetry mixed with antique glass doors, carrara marble counters, reclaimed barn wood ceiling and vintage white oak flooring.

Five Drury Design projects recently received 2009 NKBA [National Kitchen and Bath Association] Design Vision Awards and two received honorable mentions. Gail Drury, CMKBD took first place honors in the large kitchen category for a major kitchen renovation for a Hinsdale client featuring white furniture-styled cabinetry mixed with antique glass doors, carrara marble counters, reclaimed barn wood ceiling and vintage white oak flooring. Tina Muller won third place in the medium kitchen, third place in the large bath and second place in the small bath categories. Terry Kenney won second place in the medium kitchen category.

Gail Drury, CMKBD, Tina Muller and Terry Kenny accepting Design Vision awards on behalf of Drury Design Kitchen and Bath Studio for client projects in Burr Ridge, Glen Ellyn, Hinsdale, La Grange and Lisle

Gail Drury, CMKBD, Tina Muller and Terry Kenny accepting Design Vision awards on behalf of Drury Design Kitchen and Bath Studio for client projects in Burr Ridge, Glen Ellyn, Hinsdale, La Grange and Lisle

In 2008, thirteen Drury Design projects received NKBA Design Vision Awards, including first, second and third place in the large kitchen category along with awards in the small kitchen, large bath and small bath categories. NKBA’s Chicago Midwest chapter sponsors the Design Vision contest in partnership with Trends magazine. Judged by NKBA Chicago Midwest chapter members, the contest recognizes outstanding kitchen and bath design. Competition is open to designers throughout the Midwest. To enter, designers submitted photos along with a project profile.