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Double win for Gloucestershire designers

Alison Evans and Lynsey Rowe, designers from Obsidian Interiors in Cheltenham, have won two top awards at the Quooker designerati Awards 2023.

Lynsey won 'Bathroom Designer of the Year (Under £15k)' and Alison walked off with 'Bathroom Designer of the Year (Over £15k)'.

Alison's design was a bathroom based on an Italian hotel suite which she installed into a period Cheltenham home.

Alison said: "I'm so proud to have won this award which is a massive achievement considering there were over 700 entries and competition was tough. It's lovely having a judging panel who recognised my project, my design and my eye for detail and understood the process behind the finished project, something most people just don't see. I'm really thrilled."

Lynsey Rowe, also a designer at the Cheltenham-based company won 'Bathroom Designer of the Year under £15k' and was a finalist in the 'Super Lux Design - Bathroom' category.

Lynsey's interior design skills were challenged with designing a bathroom in a listed building in Cheltenham, which came with many building restrictions.

Lynsey said: "Initially I was so honoured to be a finalist for both categories and to walk away with an award leaves me feeling proud of what we can achieve with hard work, vision and creativity. The designerati team hosted a brilliant day which I was delighted to be a part of."

Martin Allen-Smith, editor of designerati, said: "The quality of entries across the bathroom categories is always exceptionally high so it's very rare to see a 'double-win'.

"Many congratulations to Obsidian Interiors for scooping both the Bathroom Designer of the Year (Under £15k) and Bathroom Designer of the Year (Over £15k) categories, and for achieving this with two such contrasting and highly creative projects."

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