What's the hottest remodeling project? Please help pick the winner!

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daily5REMODEL is a website and daily eletter for remodeling professionals. Throughout the year, we've shared beautiful and resourceful remodeling projects, along with tons of information about business practices and industry news.
To wrap up the year, Hometalk has invited us to share some of the best remodeling projects for a contest. It's all for fun -- and it all depends on you.
Please help determine "the hottest remodeling project of the year" by casting your "like" for your favorite projects shown below. You can learn more about many of these projects on d5R, or by visiting the sites of the companies themselves.
The project with the most likes will win a prize of national and local publicity from Hometalk. The project with the most likes by midnight, January 4, wins.
Thanks for your help, and happy new year!
There's a brilliant spice-rack solution in this California kitchen remodel by Elite Construction. See more project photos here: http://www.daily5remodel.com/index.php?action=article&rowid=1268
Old house renovation/addition by Normandy Remodeling, La Grange, Ill. Learn more at http://www.normandyremodel.com
This basement remodel is by Fulford Remodeling, Swansea, Ill. Learn more at http://www.fulfordhomeremodeling.com
This stunning bathroom remodel is by Doug Walter Architects, Denver. See more project shots here: http://www.daily5remodel.com/index.php?action=article&rowid=355
Thorson Restorations seamlessly integrated this stained glass window into this bathroom in an 1880s home in Duxbury, Mass. Learn more about this project at http://www.daily5remodel.com/index.php?action=article&rowid=1256
This fabulous closet is by Curb Appeal Renovations, Keller, Texas. Learn more about this company at http://curbappealrenovations.com/
Seattle's Nip Tuck Remodel does a wonderful job with small spaces, as demonstrated in this condo kitchen. Learn more at http://www.niptuckremodel.com/services.html
This second-floor conservatory addition is just one piece of a beautiful remodel by Elmshire Builders, Highland Park, Ill. Learn more at http://elmshire.com
SawHorse built this highly energy-efficient home in Midtown Atlanta. It operates at 25% of the cost per foot as neighboring homes. http://www.sawhorse.net
This early 1800s Greek Revival Mansion in Charleston, S.C., was remodeled by Classic Remodeling & Construction. See more project images at http://www.daily5remodel.com/index.php?action=article&rowid=892
AK Complete Home Renovations completed this Atlanta-area. Learn more here: http://www.akatlanta.com/
Newly constructed bungalow in Washington, DC by Landis Construction. Learn more here: http://www.daily5remodel.com/index.php?action=article&rowid=1346
The elaborate coffered ceiling is a highlight of this kitchen remodel by McDowell Remodeling, St. Charles, Ill. See more project pix here: http://www.daily5remodel.com/index.php?action=article&rowid=1223
Myers Constructs completed this remodel of a Philadelphia kitchen. See more project photos, including before shots, at http://www.daily5remodel.com/index.php?action=article&rowid=470
This kitchen was remodeled for an empty-nester couple by Roberts Architects. See more project photos, and learn about Ollie the dog, at http://www.daily5remodel.com/index.php?action=article&rowid=639
The Buckingham Group, of Tulsa, Okla., remodeled this spectacular kitchen. Learn more at http://www.bgtulsa.com/
This award-winning kitchen is by Wentworth Inc., of Chevy Chase, Md. See more project images (including "before" shots) at http://www.daily5remodel.com/index.php?action=article&rowid=502
Rule4 Building Group calls this "the ultimate mancave"! It's in Ellicott City, Md. Learn more at http://www.rule4.net/
TriVistaUSA completed this whole-house remodel of a farmhouse in Arlington, Va. Learn more about this project, and the kitchen in particular, at http://www.daily5remodel.com/index.php?action=article&rowid=595
Case Design/Remodeling is based in Bethesda, Md. See more images of this project at http://www.daily5remodel.com/index.php?action=article&rowid=1248
Whole-house remodel of a 1930's Tudor Revival Cottage in Nashville, TN by The Wills Company. Learn more at http://www.WillsCompany.com
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  • Vicki T Vicki T on Jun 19, 2014

  • Banjojane66 Banjojane66 on Sep 04, 2017
    The kitchen is beautiful!! Number 12!! I would love to have this type. Easy to move around while everybody else is getting stuff out of refrigerator!! Walk through and appliances are in the perfect place. No accidents!! Love the color of cabinets too!!