This year’s winners are no exception, honoring kitchens and bathrooms that deftly combine eye-catching aesthetics with purposeful functionality to meet the needs of a diverse range of clients. They’re also proof that good design can overcome nearly any challenge, whether size, space, or budget.
The 27 award winners offer a look into the minds of consumers, showcasing the latest trends, revealing a bit of what’s to come, and celebrating that tried-and-true touches that never go out of style and, of course, dishing up a healthy dose of inspiration to kick off the new year.
The following pages highlight the 15 award winners in the bath category, with next month’s focus on the outstanding kitchen category award winners.
By Colleen DeBaise
Spanx inventor Sarah Blakeley, Dollar Shave Club founder Michael Dubin, Fubu founder, and Shark Tank star Daymond John—just a few of the highly successful entrepreneurs who have been interviewed by the staff of Inc. What they discovered is that the entrepreneurs who excel at turning nuggets of ideas into global enterprises share a common mindset and patterns of navigating the rocky terrain on the path to prosperity.
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About The Author
Colleen DeBaise is podcast host at The Story Exchange, founder of the Hampton Bee, and author of The Wall Street Journal Complete Small Business Guidebook, as well as a contributing editor at Inc. She has written for The New York Times, Entrepreneur, BusinessWeek, SmartMoney, and other national publications.