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Wilmington Oyster Point

What We Did: Interior + Exterior Color Palettes, Furnishings, Area Rugs, Artwork, Décor, Light Fixtures, Window Treatments, Accessories

With their three boys now grown and on their own, these special repeat clients asked us to work with them on their home in Wilmington’s beautiful Oyster Point community. Although we created two inviting guest bedrooms and an upstairs living area for their family and friends to enjoy during overnight stays, the main attraction is undoubtedly the outdoor living spaces (two upper balconies and a spacious lower deck) featuring spectacular views of the wildlife-filled waterway which change throughout the day according to the tides. The indoor and outdoor spaces all benefited from nature-inspired palettes and layers of organic textures and contemporary elements. We love how it all turned out and can’t wait to tackle the rest of the home’s living spaces soon in phase two!

The Color Palettes

This Project's "Don't Miss" Details

  • Upstairs Balcony: Gray, medium wood tones, white, black metal 

  • Dining Balcony: Warm woods, oatmeal, charcoal, nickel
  • Lower Deck: Light and dark grays, white, taupe, turquoise, cobalt, green
  • Primary Bedroom: Pale blue, taupe, gold, toasted tan, dark wood
  • Guest Room 1 (Dubbed ‘Golden Sands’): Blues, grays, sandy taupes, warm wood tones, charcoal, brass
  • Guest Room 2 (Dubbed ‘River Rock’): Pale blue, navy blue, turquoise, sandy taupe, black, amber, crisp white, brass
  • Upstairs Living Area: Taupe, gray, navy blue, turquoise, blonde wood tones, rich brown leather, brushed chrome


  • The multiple sitting areas on the lower deck, including chaise lounges for sunning and conversational groupings

  • The lower deck’s rustic/contemporary mix featuring woven chairs, chunky cocktail and side tables, and of course, an impossible-to-resist swing by Vintage Porch Swings

  • The Guest Bedrooms’ upper balcony’s relaxing sitting area

  • The trio of basket-like pendant lights hanging in the lower deck’s covered porch area

  • The flower-filled modern planters from Seasonal Living and Made Goods

  • The lower deck’s handy and stylish bar cabinet

  • The lounge-y upstairs living area featuring a television, sofa, curved nesting cocktail tables, and bar cabinet stocked with everything needed for a morning cup of coffee or an afternoon pick-me-up

  • The primary bedroom’s gold Rivers pendant lights by Visual Comfort hanging above the nightstands from Caracole 

  • The eyecatching wall sculptures by Global Views in both guest rooms 

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