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Vote for the WL Home of the Year 2022!
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The votes are in, and these are your top 5 finalists in WL's 2020 Home of the Year.
It start with 15 gorgeous homes, 7 days of voting and plenty of love for every single home on this year’s list…and now the tallies are in for our WL Home of the Year, sponsored by Pacific Art Stone.
Here, in no particular order, are your top 5 finalists for the 2020 WL Home of the Year! This year’s top 5 include the gorgeous designs from Alykhan Velji Designs, Paul Lavoie Interior Design, Plaid Fox Studio, Madeleine Design Group and Reena Sotropa In House Design Group.
Your new top 5 poll is now live: scroll to the bottom of the page. Polls close at midnight on December 15, and the winner will be announced on Wednesday, December 16. A huge congrats to all of our top 5 finalists!
The team at Calgary’s Reena Sotropa In House Design Group were tasked with creating a forever-home for a growing family of five.
A Calgary reno from the team at Paul Lavoie Interior Design strikes a balance between elegant restraint and glittering exuberanceplus a few pleasingly placed unicorns.
Texture, pattern and colour collide with abandon in this PlaidFox Studio-designed Vancouver loftand the homeowners say: Bring it on.
Madeleine Design Group designed this four-bedroom getaway atop an ocean bluff for a retired couple.
Designer Alykhan Velji revisits one of his designs to bring a modern holiday spirit to a chic Calgary home.