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Mockingbird Trail home wins award for interior design

A year-old, 7,200-square-foot home on Mockingbird Trail earned recognition this month for its interior design.

Kaywell Interiors, a West Palm Beach-based interior design firm that works with many properties in Palm Beach, won the 2020 Design Excellence Award in Transitional Interior Design from the Florida South chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers.

Transitional interior design refers to a mix of traditional and modern furnishings, fabrications and decorative features. Kaywell Interiors was recognized for its design work on a home that is more than 3,000 square feet.

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The 2020 Design Excellence Awards were presented recently during a virtual ceremony that recognized winners in a variety of categories including traditional design; contemporary design; bathroom design; kitchen design; outdoor space; residential renovation, Aging in Place, showhouse/model, small space; commercial design; product design and residential lighting design.

This home at 200 Mockingbird Trail recently was awarded first place for Transitional Residential Design by the American Society of Interior Designers, South Florida chapter. Pictured is the home's dining room.

“It’s an absolute honor to be judged and recognized by other interior designers for your work,” said Margaret Kaywell, principal and head designer of Kaywell Interiors. “I was excited for my clients who put their faith in my skills, my staff at Kaywell Interiors and all the talented people that worked long hours to create a beautiful, award-worthy home that will hopefully be a part of Palm Beach for decades to come.”