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Bathroom Design

Winning Designs – June’s Kitchen, Bath, and Interior Design Contest


Bedroom space with couch and pouf

Winning Designs – March’s Kitchen, Bath, and Interiors Design Contest


Shabby chic kitchen with large windows for natural light with gray neutral colors.

Design of the Year Contest Winners


Winning designs collage for the the 2020 Design of the year Contest

Winning Designs – September/October’s Kitchen, Bath, and Interiors Design Contest


Warm modern kitchen design with large windows and gold cabinet hardware.

Winning Designs- June’s Kitchen/Bath & Interior Design Contest


Timeless bathroom with a captivating Roman arch and marbled mosaics.

Chief Architect Kitchen & Bath Webinar – How to get started using 3D Design Software


Galley kitchen with custom backsplash and pendant lights

Phillip Gibney Profile Image By Phillip Gibney

Chief Architect and the NKBA co-hosted an informative webinar focusing on how easy it is to start using 3D design software.

As many Chief users may already know, Chief Architect has partnered with the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) since 2003 to provide kitchen and bath designers with information and software tools to assist in their design process. Since partnering with NKBA, their input has helped us to develop tools that efficiently meet the standards of the kitchen and bath industry. Local chapter meetings held at Chief Architect headquarters gives our employees a look into the industry, while giving NKBA members a chance learn more, discuss, and give feedback on our software.

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Cindy Baker: Inspired by Relationships


Master Bathroom with hardwood flooring and grey marble counter tops

Headshot of Ariana Beaudry By Ariana Beaudry

Second Place Kitchen/Bath & Interior Design Contest winner Cindy Baker has put relationships at the center of her nearly 30 years in the design field.

Cindy Baker has always forged her own path, taking guidance and inspiration from her relationships along the way. Growing up, her father’s home improvement projects fascinated her. In school, a well-known designer personally encouraged her to make design her career. And after earning a degree in Interior Design at Oklahoma State University, she sold her car and moved to London where she, “opened up a phone book and started making calls.” She recalls, “I was blessed to find a prominent designer who took me under her wing and into her world.”

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Pushing the Boundaries of Style


Portrait of interior designer, Rene Rabbitt.

Taking inspiration from a broad spectrum of influences, Rene’s goal is to draw you in, make you feel welcome, and spark intrigue.

By Kerry Hansen

Based out of Oakland, California, Rene Rabbitt of Rabbitt Design has global reach with extensive experience working with people and projects all over the world. As a freelance Designer and Draftsperson, Rene offers a broad scope of services and experience, including but not limited to architectural and structural plan sets, Chief Architect training, and both residential and commercial rendering.

An Asian inspired bathroom design with large walk in shower, modern bathtub in a platform tub deck and elegant vessel sink and fixtures.
The Cavalero Conceptual Design
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June’s Kitchen/Bath & Interior Design Contest Winners


Modern master bathroom with dual vanities, a soaking tub and spa like feel.

Kaitlyn Places Third with Her Traditional Kitchen


My design is a traditional kitchen with marble countertops and walnut cabinets.

By Jake Murray

Kaitlyn wins third place in the Chief Architect Kitchen/Bath & Interior Design Contest. She is a high school Senior who has been helping to design kitchens since her Freshman year.

Design Contest Winner, Kaitlyn, in her senior photo
Kaitlyn’s Senior Photo

“Growing up as a contractor’s daughter in the small town of Grand Rapids, Minnesota gave me opportunities to learn from a young age about design. Our family business, Nature’s Edge Construction, expanded into custom cabinetry in 2015 allowing me the opportunity to help design cabinets for clients my Freshman year of high school.

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