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Announcing the Winners of the 2014 Gardenista Considered Design Awards

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Announcing the Winners of the 2014 Gardenista Considered Design Awards

Gardenista Team August 12, 2014

We couldn’t be happier with the results of our second annual Gardenista Considered Design Awards. You submitted more than 1,000 projects and after our panel of guest judges chose five finalists, you voted for your favorite spaces more than 50,000 times. We want to thank everyone who participated in this year’s Considered Design Awards–whether you submitted a project or voted for your favorite–we’re thrilled to have you be a part of Gardenista. 

Each winner will receive a limited-edition Jieldé SI333 Desk Lamp in Bronze as well as a profile post to be published on Gardenista over the next few weeks. Head over to Remodelista to see the results of their Considered Design Awards. 

Without further delay, congratulations to the winners! 

Above: Best Amateur Small Garden: Ashley Hamilton in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Above: Best Amateur Garden: Molly Boxer in Richmond, Massachusetts.

Above: Best Outdoor Living Space (open to all): Leslie and Woody Pirtle in New Paltz, New York.

Above: Best Edible Garden (open to all): Britton Shepard in Fall City, Washington.

Above: Best Hardscape Project (open to all): Steven Harris Architects in Calistoga, California.

Above: Best Professional Garden Shed or Outbuilding: Maggie Anthony Designs in Nashville, Tennessee.

Above: Best Professional Landscape: Adam Woodruff & Associates in Girard, Illinois. 

For a look at last year’s Considered Design Awards–including finalists and winners–see the 2013 Gardenista Considered Design Awards archive

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