2014 Kitchens of the Year

Experience delectable design in these five outstanding kitchens.

Edited by Melissa Mauzy

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Experience delectable design in these five outstanding kitchens.

Platinum Winners:
Castle Design, Less than 200 square feet
Glen Alspaugh Kitchens and Baths, 200-260 square feet
Mitchell Wall Architecture and Design, More than 260 square feet

Gold Winners:
Gegg Design & Cabinetry, Less than 200 square feet
Directions in Design, Inc., 200-260 square feet

Meet the esteemed panel of 2014 Kitchens of the Year judges:
Photography by Colin Miller/Strauss Peyton 

William Cover, William D. Cover, Architect LLC.
With an architectural degree from the University of Kansas, William D. Cover has designed new custom homes, additions and remodeling projects in the St. Louis area since 1976. He has been recognized in several publications, including St. Louis Homes & Lifestyles.

Victor Hill, V3 Studios
As an artist I enjoy the tactile art of drawing out my designs and crafting cabinetry. Being able to engage the space that the cabinetry will reside and design the composition of the space like an oil painting focusing on elements of line, color, texture and light is a unique experience that I enthusiastically engage in with each client.

Jennifer Lewis, Signature Kitchens & Baths
Jennifer is a kitchen and bath designer at Signature Kitchen and Bath, a local family-owned company since 1976. With her 10 years of kitchen and bath experience, Jennifer is passionate about providing her clients with an exciting and enjoyable remodeling experience while also managing Signature’s newest showroom in Rock Hill.

Joni Spear, Joni Spear Interior Design
With more than 20 years' experience, Joni Spear is a degreed designer who demonstrates a mastery of color combined with a chic and compelling sense of style. Her versatile firm specializes in integrating customized design elements in new construction, renovations, executive relocations and remodels. Services include a comprehensive design plan that begins with a personal consultation and does not conclude until the last picture is hung and the final accessory is placed. Her ultimate goal is to fashion timeless and comfortable interiors, always reflecting the client's vision and personal sense of style.