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Mary Jurek Design, Inc. Wins an Award for Design Excellence in 2014

TORRANCE, Calif., April 22, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Mary Jurek Design, Inc. received the Award for Design Excellence (ADEX) for multiple products in 2014. The ADEX is the largest and most prestigious award program available for product and project design in the architecture and design industry. These awards are sponsored by Design Journal, an international publication for architects and interior designers.

In order to be given an ADEX Award, a company's product must display excellent design elements marketed to the design trade. Receiving these awards only comes after an incredible amount of time and effort has been put into perfecting the design of the finished product. The highest honor given to an entry is a Platinum award, followed by a Gold award and then a Silver award.

In 2014, the ADEX Awards had a record breaking 2,852 products entered into the competition. Over 500 companies submitted pieces from their interior design collections to be judged.

Mary Jurek Design, Inc. received both Platinum and Silver awards for five of their products and furnishings entered into competition.

In the Home - Decorative Accessories - Interior - Tabletop category, Mary Jurek Design, Inc. was awarded Silver awards for both their Omega Teapot with Ring and their Omega Water Pitcher with Ring. These products were awarded for their powerful and modern looks, creating avant-garde designs for everyday living.

Mary Jurek Design, Inc. also received a Platinum award in this same category for their Galaxy Cream & Sugar Set. This set was awarded for its simple yet sophisticated design energy.

In the Home - Decorative Accessories - Interior - Tabletop - Salt & Pepper category, Mary Jurek Design, Inc. won a Platinum award for their Sierra Salt & Pepper Set. This salt & pepper set received the award for its ability to seamlessly marry contemporary stainless steel shakers with a romantic rosewood holder.

The final category Mary Jurek Design, Inc. received an ADEX Award in was in the Home - Decorative Accessories - Interior - Candle/Candelabra category. Here, the Mary Jurek Design, Inc.'s Kenya Indian Rosewood Pillar Candle Holder with Crocodile Pattern won the award. This product stood above the competition with its rich, dark wood fused with crocodile pattern embossed stainless steel.

The specific products receiving an award have the opportunity to be marketed with the award logo for the next year. The five ADEX Awards given to Mary Jurek Design, Inc. will help to increase the design standing and prominence of the company, creating a larger platform for their nostalgic yet contemporary luxury designs.

Mary Jurek Design, Inc. is a Los Angeles based luxury goods company that has created and distributed fine tableware and home design products to retail stores throughout the United States since 1997. Visit www.maryjurekdesigninc.com to view these award winning products.

Media Contact: Mary Jurek, Mary Jurek Design Inc., (310) 533-1196, [email protected]

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