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Picture Perfect: 20 Powder Rooms To Beg Borrow & Steal Ideas From

Our coffee-break escape offers you five minutes’ worth of images to inspire and delight. Jump right in… 

Great design in small, practical spaces is always inspiring. These 20 powder rooms, drawn from countries as diverse as Russia, Canada and Spain, offer clever ways to make this space sing, be it densely coloured walls, enlivening combinations of materials or standout fixtures. Enjoy these and see if you can find at least one idea you could incorporate into your next space.

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Home & Design Award Winner

The 2021 Home & Design Awards

Check out the 31 winners of San Antonio Magazine’s inaugural competition. 

Just as the landscape of San Antonio and its surrounding areas varies drastically, so too does the range of architecture and design found in the neighborhoods of our sprawling metro area, from modern urban abodes and historic renovations to expansive suburban estates and countryside farmhouses. There’s also no shortage of talented design professionals to perfectly suit each homeowner’s unique desires. That’s more than clear after seeing the entries that poured in for San Antonio Magazine’s inaugural Home & Design Awards, presented by Keller Williams. Submissions included projects completed in the two years leading up to fall 2020, when the competition opened. A renowned panel of judges (see above) from across the country critiqued the works, selecting these winners as the best of the best.

Primary Suite Winner
CROSS

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https://www.sanantoniomag.com/san-antonio-magazine-announces-finalists-of-the-inaugural-home-design-awards

San Antonio Magazine

Home & Design Awards

Architecture and interior design professionals from around the country selected the top finalists in 29 categories in San Antonio Magazine’s first Home & Design Awards, presented by Keller Williams. The 75 finalist entries represent work completed between September 2018 and August 2020 by 30 area firms.

The winners will be published in the April 2021 issue of San Antonio Magazine and announced at a virtual awards ceremony to be held in March. Details of the event will be released soon.

Primary Suite

Carla Royder Designs & Co.
CROSS
KC Custom Homes

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https://www.sanantoniomag.com/san-antonio-magazine-announces-finalists-of-the-inaugural-home-design-awards/

mySA.com

Kitchen Cooking area renovation

Cooks & Cocinas: Helen Schnelzer

“Guests are always welcome in a kitchen that’s newly updated with practical changes and serene colors.

Who’s cooking: Helen Schnelzer, co-chairwoman of Threads of Blessing, a ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of West Texas that works with women of Uganda to create and sell their needlework. Helen’s husband, Garry, is a retired Air Force major general who works as a consultant on military space programs. The couple has two children and four grandchildren.

What’s cooking: The daughter of a good cook, Helen began throwing dinner parties for friends in her native Australia when she was 18. “It comes easily,” she says. She enjoys putting together spontaneous dinners for friends.

Meals are simple with entrees of…”

Read the full Cooks & Cocinas story at mysanantonio.com.

SA Woman Magazine

Home Feature

Dee Howard Residence Gets an Update

“Castle Hills is on Loop 410 nine miles north of downtown San Antonio. It was developed in the 1950s as a residential area with large lots, many featuring ranch-style homes. Its major thoroughfare today is Northwest Military Highway, but when the area was first under development, that busy road was just a sleepy peach orchard. Near the intersection of Loop 410 and Northwest Military Highway is the home of one of San Antonio’s most famous citizens, Dee Howard, who was a pioneer in aviation and a San Antonio entrepreneur. He was best known for developing the thrust reverser for business jets, eliminating the need for parachutes to slow the jets during braking…”

Read the full story in San Antonio Woman Magazine.