What the young have done

BC's Best Young Designer competition in the Vancouver Sun:

What the young have done

Bold is not cold in this Morgan Crossing home decorated and furnished by a young designer, Jennifer Scott of Vancouver. Six Morgan Crossing homes decorated and furnished by the finalists in a young-designer competition, organized by the developer of the new-home community in south Surrey, now are open to the public. One of them is the home shown here. The competition's grand prize is an all-expenses- paid trip to New York City and a pass to the Architectural Digest Home Design Show. The fan favourite prize is $2,000 cash.

The six finalists were chosen by a panel of judges from video entries. (Only B.C. residents 30 years old or younger could enter the competition.)

The judges are: Kari Henshaw, Insight Design Group; Sarah Bancroft, editor-in- chief of Vitamin Daily, and Matthew Budgeon, film and television production designer.

The other five finalists are: Britt McMaster, Vancouver; Joanna Kado, Burnaby; Daniel Meloche, Vancouver; Penelope Sloan, Vancouver, and Karen Wong, Richmond.

The winners of the judges' prize and the public's prize will be announced Feb. 28. Check out bestyoungdesigner.com to learn more.

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