Inspired by a family home in coastal North Carolina, architect Jonathan Rivera knew the potential of this 1950s cottage in Fenwick Island, DE. Staying within the footprint, Rivera created a totally new space ideal for family gatherings. “Never underestimate the possibilities,” says Rivera of his upscale re-do. “Some creative thinking and a thoughtful approach can transform anything.”
jonathanrivera.com | 443.226.5745
Coffered ceilings, an updated fireplace, and a shift from browns to grays breathe new life into this family room by Cathy Newman of C. Newman Interiors. New furniture scaled to the room improves seating and flow while details like drapery panels, artwork, and accessories make the space polished enough for entertaining yet practical and comfortable for family time as well.
cnewmaninteriors.com | 410.507.1308
When new homeowners purchased this stunning 1920s property from the family of its original owners, they tasked Delbert Adams Construction Group with a head-to-toe makeover that brought needed modernizations without sacrificing any of the abundant period charm. DACG delivered with a renovation that perfectly updates this Grande Dame for today’s modern living.
dacgllc.com | 410.583.7575
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Vol. 13, No. 1 2022