Taranaki kitchen designer claims national award

Annika Rowson, of Rowson Kitchens, won two awards at the 2020 NKBA Excellence in Design Awards for her work on this kitchen.

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Annika Rowson, of Rowson Kitchens, won two awards at the 2020 NKBA Excellence in Design Awards for her work on this kitchen.

New Plymouth kitchen designer, Annika Rowson won two awards at the 2020 NKBA Excellence in Design Awards on Friday night.

The NKBA Excellence in Design Awards are held annually and celebrate the work of kitchen and bathroom designers and manufacturers in New Zealand.

More than 100 designs were entered from across New Zealand.

Rowson, of Rowson Kitchens, won the 2020 NKBA Excellence in Design Taranaki Chapter Kitchen & Bathroom Recognition Award and the 2020 NKBA Excellence in Design Visual Impact Award for her work on a striking navy blue, curved Taranaki kitchen.

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The brief from the client was for an elegant yet textured kitchen with a luxe European aesthetic that combined brass elements with bold cabinetry and ample storage.

Judges called the space elegant and restrained with magnificent fluting detail.

The most prestigious awards of the evening, the 2020 NKBA Excellence in Design SUPREME Kitchen Design Award and the 2020 NKBA Excellence in Design SUPREME Bathroom Design Award went to a kitchen design by Chelsey Mathieson of Vekart and a bathroom design located in Auckland by Christchurch designer Angelique Armstrong of Armstrong Interiors.

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