2015 Product Innovator Awards
November 30, 2015
K+BB proudly announces the winners of its 2015 Product Innovators Awards competition. The judges were tasked with choosing the winning products out of 130+ innovative kitchen and bathroom submissions. Awards go to both the Kitchen Product of the Year and the Bathroom Product of the Year, and two products were given an Honorable Mention. Still popular in its third year is a “Judges’ Picks” category, where the esteemed judges are able to make personal choices of products they felt were also worthy of recognition. Our panel of four experienced judges, who are experts in the kitchen and bath industry, are introduced below. Congratulations to this year’s winners!
Nar Bustamante is president and principal designer for Nar Fine Carpentry, with locations in Carmichael and El Dorado Hills, Calif. He is known for his eclectic and artistic designs and has changed the design landscape of homes and kitchens in California.
Pamela K. Goldstein, CMKBD/CKD/CBD/CAPS/Allied ASID, is president of Atlanta-based Master Kitchen Bath Designer and Pam Sanchez Design. She serves as the vice chairman of the Education Committee for the Atlanta Chapter of the National Association of Home Builders and is a member of Kitchen + Bath Business magazine’s Editorial Advisory Board.
Miriam Weinreb Lissak, ASID, is the president of New York City-based Weinreb Schultz Design Associates, and her new interior design company – MWL Design Group – is being launched this fall.
Chuck Wheelock, a 27-year kitchen industry veteran, is president of Wheelock Design Associates (formerly Wheelock Maidique) in Old Greenwich, Conn. His rebranded firm creates one-of-a-kind kitchen, bath and home designs with unique characteristics that exude a client’s lifestyle and personality.
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