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Vote now! We're just one week out from naming our 2021 Home of the Year.
You’ve had just over a week to get the votes inand thousands of you did! We started with 14 incredible homes on the march toward being named our WL Home of the Year 2021and now we’re down to just 5.
Here, in random order, are your top 5 finalists for the 2021 WL Home of the Year! This year’s top 5 include the gorgeous designs from BattersbyHowat, BLA Design and Wiedemann Architectural Design, Shelter Residential Design and Lauren Ritz Design, RSAAW and Simply Home Decorating.
We’ll be naming the victor in just one week’s time, on Wednesday, December 15.
Scroll to the bottom to select who you think should win the title of WL Home of the Year 2021! Vote now, vote often, and share your favourites with friends.
You’ve got until midnight on Tuesday, December 14 to make your vote count!
BattersbyHowat brings a long-planned dream home to these homeowners on the Sunshine Coast.
The design team at BLA Design Group and Wiedemann Architectural were just trying to create something special for the homeownersa home that was simultaneously monolithic and full of light.
A post-and-beam home offers an architect Rafael Santa Ana of RSAAW a chance to make a decade-long design dream a reality.
A Whistler home from Shelter Design with interiors from Lauren Ritz Design embraces sky and stone.
Lori Steeves of Simply Home Decorating turned a quirky house into a space the homeowners could love for decades to come.
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