Kitchen of the Year Contest
Is your kitchen magazine-worthy? Enter our 2017 Bath of the Year Contest to find out!
It’s that time of year again! We are now accepting entries for our annual Kitchen of the Year contest! Winners will be featured in the January 2017 issue of Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles. Need inspiration? Tour our 2015 and 2016 winners, or browse a selection of our featured kitchens. Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles will accept entries through Friday, September 16 at 5 p.m.
Any completed, occupied residential kitchen, located in the greater Atlanta area. Project may not have been published in Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles or any other publication prior to the contest. Each project may be entered only once. *Entries that have not met all submission requirements will not be considered
Please share your entry as a Dropbox folder with firstname.lastname@example.org with your name or company’s name and “Kitchen of the Year 2017” as the title. Each submission must include a completed entry form and all the following listed items:.
- NO MORE than an 80 word write-up on your kitchen and its distinctive features.
- BETWEEN 3–5 DIGITAL IMAGES at 72 dpi. Professional photography of the completed design is preferred, but not required. Contact email@example.com with questions.
- EASY-TO-READ FLOOR PLAN PDFS with room dimensions for each entry. “Before” floor plans required for renovated kitchens. Fixtures and adjoining rooms must be identified. Size category is based on the “after” floor plan.
- Complete anonymity is required on all presentation materials. Please omit names of all entrants, clients or participating parties on actual pictures and floor plans.
Winners will be selected on the basis of aesthetic and functional excellence, originality, appropriateness and quality. One will be chosen as “Kitchen of the Year.” Only winning entries will be notified.
PUBLICATION OF WINNING ENTRIES
Award-winning projects must be available to photograph in October and November 2016 for publication in the January 2017 issue of Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles. Projects may not be published in another publication for six months after that. Homeowner may request anonymity but must agree to make residence available during business hours for additional photography.