Gold Remodeler of the Year Awards

Gold Remodeler of the Year Awards

The Kowalske Kitchen & Bath team is thrilled to win 2 GOLD ‘Remodeler of the Year’ awards! The Milwaukee National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) presented these awards on January 6, 2023. We won these prestigious awards for a whole house residential interior remodel and kitchen remodel. We have won numerous ‘Remodeler of the Year‘ awards from NARI Milwaukee, including 12 Gold awards since 2019.

remodeling award

Entries are judged on:

  • Meeting the clients’ needs
  • Enhancing functionality
  • Improving aesthetics
  • Craftsmanship
  • Innovative materials
  • Overcoming obstacles

Learn more about these projects: 

Natured-Inspired First Floor Remodel

Gold Award

NARI ROTY award

$100,000 – $250,000

The first floor of this 1988 Delafield, WI contemporary home did not work for this young family. The kitchen was tucked in the back corner of the house with a laundry area in the dinette. We moved the kitchen to the center of the home and tucked the laundry room in the old kitchen behind a sliding door. A widened hallway to the garage is now a spacious mudroom. Additional windows bring in more sunlight and views of their beautiful wooded lot. An appliance garage and workstation sink add functionality. We re-used windows and cabinets to keep the project sustainable and budget-friendly.

See more pictures of this Delafield, WI home: First Floor Remodel in Delafield


Black & White 1930s Kitchen

Gold Award

NARI ROTY award

This 1934 kitchen in Shorewood, WI was overdue for a makeover. The space was cramped for a family of five, with little countertop space or storage. They wanted a kitchen where they could spend time together cooking, doing homework and artwork. To expand the kitchen, we opened the wall into the adjacent laundry room and relocated the washer/dryer to the basement. The design fits this historic home with shaker cabinets, subway tile backsplash and a simple black and white color palette. Highlights of this kitchen include a custom plaster hood with wood detail, appliance cabinet, workstation sink, and desk with TV area.

See more pictures of this project: 1930s Kitchen in Shorewood


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