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Designers of the Year 2023: These Are Your All-Star Interior Design Judges
Get your vote in for the winner by 11:59 pm on Tuesday, December 13!
It all started with 15 incredible homes, and now we’re here: thousands of votes later, here are your top 5 finalists—one of which will be crowned our 2022 WL Home of the Year.
In random order, your top 5 finalists for the 2022 WL Home of the Year include the gorgeous designs from Reena Sotropa In House Design Group, DesignLab Interiors, Paul Lavoie Interior Design, Randy Bens Architecture and Alykhan Velji Designs.
We’ll be naming the victor in just two weeks’ time, on Wednesday, December 14.
Scroll to the bottom to select who you think should win the title of WL Home of the Year 2022! Vote now, vote often, and share your favourites with friends.
You’ve got until 11:59 pm on Tuesday, December 13 to make your vote count!
The designers at Reena Sotropa In House Design Group give this Bearspaw home a major glow-up.
A multi-generational Vancouver vacation home from DesignLab Interiors celebrates family with serenity and style.
Designer Paul Lavoie turns up the volume (and brings the fun) on a formerly staid Calgary home.
Architect Randy Bens uses artful window placement and natural materials for a light and bright abode.
Natural wood tones, textures and bold orange accents bring warmth into this bright modern update in Calgary from Alykhan Velji Designs.
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