2018 Home Design Contest Finalists • Dining Room

Join us at the Delaware Art Museum on Tuesday, Nov. 13 as we reveal this year’s winners.

 

Casual-cool

 

 

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Timeless Design by Kate Fitzerald-Wilks created a relaxed dining room that features a custom farm table and bench made of reclaimed oak. The wood and chrome six-light chandelier adds warmth to the room while the skirted host and hostess chairs with custom blue and white lumbar pillows add a touch of refinement. The custom-designed ripplefold window treatments in nautical blue and the antique dough bowl filled with starfish give a nod to the beach. (Photography: Scott Nathan)


Countryside charm

 

 

Period Architecture and Porter Construction collaborated to craft this Wilmington home that is punctuated with finely fashioned details and selectively chosen materials and finishes. A vaulted gallery with a wet bar and butler’s pantry connect to the courtly formal dining room, which is surrounded in rich textured wallpaper and highlighted by a stately chandelier.


Animal house

 

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Kurtz Collection designer Josephine Kurtz redesigned an entire downstairs, including the dining room. The walls got a fresh coat of paint in Farrow & Ball’s “Arsenic,” a beautiful teal. The room includes several antiques, including a large antique Noah’s Ark painting. The gold leaf snake mirrors were custom made, as was the New Moon “Peacock” rug, which was handmade in Nepal.

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