Our Designers

Libby Delaney

Owner of Coastline Design Works

Libby Delaney has lived her entire life with one foot in the water and the other on the shore. She lives, breathes and loves the coastal lifestyle and it shows in her work. Libby has earned a sterling reputation from coastal Georgia to the Turks and Caicos. Her work has been featured in the Savannah Magazine calendar as well as the Houzz and Kingsley Bate websites. She believes the best marketing is a happy client and this philosophy has taken her from success to success over the past decade.

Mood Board

It's been an honor and privilege to work with Libby over the past few years. As a developer of resort-style communities along the southeastern coast, including The Cottages at Jekyll Island and Ocean Oaks at Jekyll Island, we have been blessed to find such an experienced and talented design partner in Libby Delaney. She has been and continues to be an integral member of our development team, playing a key role in the success of our communities. What we love best about working with Libby is that she first listens, then helps to define the vision and breathe life into it. She has the gift of establishing a strong sense of place, all the while making the design process easy and enjoyable. We look forward to a long-lasting  partnership with Coastline Design Works.

Gary Wadsten

Carolina Holdings Group

Gary Wadsten, Carolina Holdings Group

Wow! I have moved many times in my life but never quite like this. We engaged the services of Libby and her Coastline Designer team to help us furnish our new home at The Cottages. For three months we communicated. Libby understood what we wanted. She assembled a team to get shutters, furniture, and mattresses. They all showed up on our closing day to help us set up. Within 24 hours we are good to go. We are only waiting on a few small finishing touches Come see us. I could not recommend Libby and team more. Her prices are reasonable. Her service, amazing.

Sherrie Gibney-Sherman & Ken Sherman, residents at The Cottages at Jekyll Island