Lake Tahoe Home: North Shore designer judges for annual magazine awards
Kitchen + Bath Business Magazine recently selected Tahoe designer Scott Corridan as a judge for the magazine’s prestigious Design Awards.
After impressing the judges in last year’s Design Awards, Scott was selected as a judge for his experience in the industry. Corridan and his fellow judges were charged with reviewing more than 130 submissions for this year’s decision.
“I’m very flattered — it’s a high honor and an endorsement of the work we’re doing,” Corridan said. “And it comes with careful responsibility.”
The awards, now in their 18th year, select the best kitchen, bathroom and showroom projects in the industry, judged on fulfilling clients’ requirements, solving design challenges and incorporating innovative thinking in the form of aesthetics, function, product usage and technology, according to Kitchen & Bath Business Magazine.
“I like to choose judges who have experience in the industry and those who I know will be engaged and involved,” said Chelsie Butler, executive editor of the magazine.
The awards were published in the September 2016 issue, and featured Brandy Souza, Troy Pavelka and Sheryl Steinberg along with Corridan as judges.
“There are some great designers doing great work out there, it is very inspiring!” Corridan said. “It’s jaw-dropping to view and judge truly exceptional work that make you look at these projects in a whole new way.”
To learn more about the Kitchen + Bath Business Magazine, go to http://www.kbbonline.com.
Scott Corridan is a nationally recognized event planner and interior designer offering a skill-set for design, staging, collection consulting and more. His work has brought him recognition from the likes of HGTV, Martha Stewart, ABC’s Extreme Makeover, The Fine Living Channel, and Access Hollywood. Corridan was also named one of the top ten celebrity event producers by In Style.
Scott resides with his husband Russ, their son Ciaran, and their three golden retrievers — Duke, Clarice and Buck — at Lake Tahoe in Incline Village and at their second home in St. Helena, Calif.
This article was provided on behalf of Scott Corridan Design. Visit ScottCorridan.net to learn more.
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