Fifteen gorgeous homes, eight days and over 16,000 votes later, the tallies are in: here, in no particular order, are your top 5 finalists for the 2019 WL Home of the Year€”gorgeous designs from Paul Lavoie Interior Design, Plaid Fox, Sturgess Architecture and Nyla Free Design, Sophie Burke Design, and Kalu Interiors. 

Your new top 5 poll is now live: scroll to the bottom of the page. This time, you’ll get one vote per person, so make it count! Polls close at midnight on December 17, and the winner will be announced on Wednesday, December 18. 

And, go!

1. Bold and Beautiful

Designer Paul Lavoie fearlessly brings colour and pattern into a formerly builder-basic design.

2. Steel Beauty

A Calgary couple makes a fresh start on a striking Okanagan site with the help of Sturgess Architecture and Nyla Free Design.

3. When Maximalism Met Minimalism

Maximalist-loving Ben Leavitt of Plaid Fox creates a happily ever space for himself and his partner.

4. A Very Scandi Christmas

Designer Sophie Burke and her client, Sarah Duyker, pair up to bring a modern, organic spin to a formerly traditional home design.

5. Gold and Glamorous

Kalu Interiors designer Aleem Kassam brings Shaughnessy-mansion glam to his Yaletown space.

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