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Professional design firm earns five top awards

Copper Leaf Interiors recently earned five top design awards for a variety of residential spaces. The design competition was held through the Ohio South/Kentucky chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID). The ASID is the oldest and largest professional association for the interior design profession. This chapter includes members from Lexington, Louisville, Dayton, Cincinnati, Columbus, southeast Ohio and Charleston, West Virginia.

In the “Residential Space, Large” category, Copper Leaf Interiors earned both the first and second place awards. The first-place winner was an extensive whole home renovation in Cape Coral, Fla. The second-place award was for a new 12,000 square foot residence in Vienna, W.Va. Both projects have previously been recognized with awards for singular spaces within the homes, but these latest awards were for the entire project.

The “Residential Space, Small” category, which is typically awarded to single rooms, also had both the first and second place awards presented to Copper Leaf Interiors. The first-place award was for a master bathroom renovation that featured black and white design, a feature tile shower wall and specialized built-in cabinetry. The second-place award was for a master suite, which consists of a bedroom, bathroom, dressing room, sitting area and laundry room.

Lastly, the first-place award in the “Open/Specialty Space” was also earned by Copper Leaf Interiors for a home entertainment area in a renovated historic home. The project, located in Marietta, Ohio, was inspired from an antique English bar, and includes custom woodworking, sliding mirrored doors and stained glass.

In addition to providing a comprehensive array of design and project management services to residential and commercial clients, Copper Leaf Interiors is a dealer for Hunter Douglas Window Shades and offers an extensive selection of furnishings, accessories and lighting. All of these can be seen at the showroom at 415 Gilman Avenue in Marietta.

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