2019 Top Shelf Design Awards

Custom study features paint grade poplar wood

Jerrid Dye, Chandler Cabinets, won Honorable Mention in the 2019 Top Shelf Design Awards Home Office over 150 square feet category for the project “2127 Courtland.”
 
The custom study features a 3/4-inch all wood interior with paint-grade poplar wood, full overlay with fillers, slab doors, pocket door,  three hidden swingout bookcases and Putnam rolling ladder system.

Custom study features all wood interior

Jerrid Dye, Chandler Cabinets, won the 2019 Top Shelf Design Awards Home Office over 150 square feet category for the project "4012 Starling."
 
Here is how Dye described the winning project:
Project description
Custom Study book case/desk
Project construction details
Square shaker doors
Metal

Showstopping garage features unique storage options

Cynthia Padden, Valet Custom Cabinets & Closets won the 2019 Top Shelf Design Awards Garage over 600 square feet category for the project “Awesome Atlantic Garage.”
 
Here is how Padden described the winning project:
Project description
This custom garage in Alamo, California, is highlighted with brilliant Atlantic Blue gloss acrylic cabinets.

Architecturally inspired custom bookshelf

Ariana Lovato, Honeycomb Home Design, won the 2019 Top Shelf Design Awards Home Office under 150 square feet category for the project "Builder Basic Home Office Upgrade."
 
Here is how Lovato described the project:
Project description 
Lovato said the she was asked to design a home office for a local psychologist who wanted something architecturally inspired.

2019 Top Shelf Design Awards finalists revealed

The judges’ scores are in and the 2019 Top Shelf Design Award finalists have been revealed (see the slideshow above). Closets & Organized Storage would like to congratulate all finalists on their award-winning projects. This year’s competition had a total of 86 entries – the highest number of submissions within the last five years.