Chambers Interiors Wins ASID Best of Show

Featured photo: First Place: Master Bedroom Transitional/Traditional *

Chambers Interiors & Associates Inc. took home three awards from the American Society of Interior Designers’ annual Design Ovation celebration on the evening of May 23.  The Dallas Chapter recognizes excellence for design achievements in interior design, architecture and special contributions to the community.  Chambers won the most prestigious award of the evening,  Best of Show Residential out of 106 entrants.

Chambers also won first place in the categories of Master Bedroom Transitional/Traditional and first place in Dining Room Transitional/Traditional. Previously, Chambers Interiors has won 25 ASID awards since 2006.

First Place Dining Room by Chambers Interiors
First Place: Dining Room Transitional/Traditional *

The ASID designation recognizes authority in interior design with strict requirements including graduating from an accredited design school, have design and full-time work experience and pass a three-part examination admitted by the National Council of Interior Designers Qualifications.  Once admitted as a professional member of ASID, members must continue to take at least ten hours of continuing education courses for each two-year reporting period. 

Margaret Chambers, practicing for over 40 years comments, “The ASID accreditation provides a strict standard of ethics and professional conduct bringing five major advantages to a project.  These include continuing education, connections, safety and accessibility, sustainability and expertise.” 

ASID on a project assures trust not only between designer and client but with the architect, landscape architect and other professionals engaged in providing a place exhibiting the unique lifestyle and taste of the residing family. 

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*Photos: Nathan Schroder.


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