The Lymington-based designer fought off tough competition from across the UK to be chosen as the winner by a judging panel of industry experts from companies including Barratt Homes, Potton Homes and Conran Design.
Scooping the £2,000 prize, Emma’s winning entry was commended for combining style and innovation with excellence and simplistic functionality in its design.
The luxury bathroom brand, Sottini, ran the competition to find the nation’s pride of the showroom design, in partnership with Virtual Worlds, the UK’s leader in design technology for the kitchen, bedroom & bathroom sector.
Emma Knight from Elliotts Living Spaces Lymington, commented: “I love doing what I do, so I am absolutely thrilled to have won this award and really enjoyed creating the design for the competition.
“My manager, Andrew, gives me great support and I’ve learnt so much from him. Winning this award has given me inspiration and increased confidence to do more fabulous designs for our customers at Elliotts Living Spaces.
“It was such a privilege to have my work recognised by some of the leading names in the industry and meet them at the awards ceremony in London. I also enjoyed wearing a virtual reality headset and getting to ‘walk through’ my winning design!”
Justin Dubiel, Head of Kitchen and Bathrooms at Elliotts Living Spaces, added: This award is a fantastic achievement and thoroughly deserved! Emma’s design showed true imagination.”
Elliotts Living Spaces has inspirational kitchen, bedroom and bathroom showrooms across the south, with designs for all budgets. Find your local showroom and read more here.
Pictured above: Emma Knight with Nathan Maclean, MD of Virtual Worlds.