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Vote now to crown this year's winner: deadline is on December 18!
There was a flurry of voting right down the last minute—and nearly 10,000 votes later, these are your top 5 finalists out of the original 20 candidates for our 2023 WL Home of the Year!
Unsurprisingly, there’s as wide a range of design styles here as there are readers. Brianna Hughes Interior’s “Warm and Moody” celebrates rich, dark colours. AK Design’s “Dreamy Duplex” brought her favourite elements to her own colourful condo design. Alykhan Velji Design’s “Curated and Cool” is all about creating thoughtful space for an art-collecting family. Burgers Architecture’s “State of Luxe” brings home the best of modern design with incredible views and smart space planning. And Paul Lavoie Interior Design’s “Wonder Walls” is a super colourful ode to both Alice in Wonderland and Harry Potter. A huge congrats to these talented designers. And a special thanks to our sponsor, Pacific Art Stone, for supporting this awards program.
So get your voting-button fingers primed! You’ve got until Monday, December 18, at 11:59 pm to vote for the one home that will take home the top prize. Take a look at the homes below, and then scroll to the bottom to vote.
We’ll announce the winner on Tuesday, December 19. Vote, vote, vote!
Brianna Hughes brings texture and a lifetime of design inspiration to this warm and welcoming family home.
Interior designer Annaliesse Kelly of AK Design embraces her wildest design dreams with her own Squamish home renovation.
The team at Alykhan Velji Design create a beautiful Calgary home for an art-collecting, colour-loving family of four.
Problem-solving was key in this challenging (but so worth it) design from architect Cedric Burgers and his team.
The team at Paul Lavoie Interior Design takes inspiration from Alice in Wonderland for this dazzlingly colourful family home.
Cast your vote below!
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