Firm Garners Two Prestigious Recognitions in Distinctive Residential Categories
DALLAS, TEXAS – September 20, 2016 – Nicole Arnold Interiors, a leading and award-winning interior design firm, was recently honored by the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) Texas at its Legacy of Design Awards 2016 gala and ceremony. The prestigious Legacy awards are an annual competition that recognizes the finest interior design achievements within the Texas chapter. Six design communities represent ASID Texas, including Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin, San Antonio, El Paso, and West Texas.
Nicole Arnold Interiors garnered two awards in the residential category: Bathroom (under $30,000), 2nd Place, and Bathroom ($30,000-$50,000), 2nd Place. Descriptions and photos of both entries are illustrated below.
This has been a stellar year to-date for Nicole Arnold Interiors. In addition to the ASID Texas Legacy awards, the firm received the 2016 ASID, Dallas Design Community’s “Design Ovation” project award. Arnold also garnered leadership and project awards from The Interior Design Society (IDS) and was selected as one of the top 20 best interior designers by Freshome, a noted online magazine that focuses on interior design and architecture. Most recently, the firm placed 2nd in the 2016 Addison Reader’s Choice Awards for Best Interior Designer.
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