2018 Home Design Contest Finalists • Living Space

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


Seafoam dream



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Josephine Kurtz of Kurtz Collection designed a small family living space with a New Moon—Regal ocean rug and a simple Arteriors cocktail table.

A great room



This great room by Timeless Design by Kate FitzGerald-Wilks provides a sophisticated take on beach living. It features a custom designed mantle and rustic wood-wrapped beam, which adds structure and warmth to the space.
Furniture also includes a custom-designed reclaimed barn wood coffee table and a pair of modern blue and white signed prints.
(Photography: Scott Nathan)

Coastal creation


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C&E Furniture created a sophisticated coastal living space with an overarching monochromatic aesthetic and splashes of color. The neutral base of gray, cream and white was given an organic coastal feel with the addition of reclaimed wood and woven textures.

Divine inspiration



Liza Nicole Interiors used a piece of art as her design inspiration for this redesigned family space. The artwork—which reminded the owner of a horse she owned as a child—hangs above the re-designed and renovated fireplace and is surrounded plenty of neutral, patterned, textural fabrics and warm brass accents to add depth and dimension. (Photography: Jon Friedrich)

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Historic highlands



Period Architecture and Porter Construction helped this family of four expand its 1940s historic Highlands Wilmington residence. An opened up floor plan integrates a new one-story family room that flows from the renovated custom kitchen and butler’s pantry via breezeway.


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