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Sponsored by Warwick Fabrics, the 19th Annual Australian House & Garden’s Top 50 Rooms award winners for 2017 have been announced. With over 150 submissions of rooms around the country, the shortlisted designs were judged by leading design experts including Australian House & Garden editor-in-chief Lisa Green, Kate Nixon (editor), Dana Tomic-Hughes (designer of Yellowtrace), Lucy Sutherland (colour expert), Nancy Everingham (RMIT), and Janey Ridge (Warwick Fabrics).

With it’s renowned reputation, this years showcase and winners represent some of the best homes in Australia – this years submissions the most H&G has seen yet. Scroll through some of the winners below, including room of the year, a neutral colour palette, leathered seating, and marvellous floor-to-ceiling windows that make this space also winner of Best Indoor-Outdoor connection, see below:

Best Use of Lighting
Madeleine Blanchfield / Madeleine Blanchfield Architects

BestUseOfLighting

Best Bathroom & Best Lighting Runner-Up
Chris Stanley, Asha Nicholas & Chris Austin, Splinter Society

BestBathroom

Best Kitchen
Meaghan William & Susanna Bilardo, Enoki

BestKitchen

Best Indoor-Outdoor Connection and Room of The Year
Dina Malathounis, Junctions90

Best Use of Materials
Eva-Marie Prineas, Bridget Webb & Lyisa Campos, Architect Prineas

BestUseofMaterials

Best Use of Colour
Anna Dutton & Jess King, Bower Architecture

BestUseofColour

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