Today, we bring to you some home design tips from The Hamptons, a stretch of Long Island’s South Fork is one of the world’s prime locations for vacation homes, and once you see these spaces, you’ll understand why.
In the dining area of this beach house by Thad Hayes, a walnut dining table of his design is surrounded by a set of George Nakashima Captain’s chairs.
This Sag Harbor home‘s palette of cream, caramel and aqua was inspired by an aerial photo of Patagonia. DesignerDavid Scott softened the residence’s sleek, modern elements with layers of rich, natural textures.
For Holiday House Hamptons, Wesley Moon created a glam bedroom with bold palm-print wallpaper and canopy fabric by Pierre Frey. The ceiling light is from Gaspare Asaro.
An extra-long leather sofa topped with throw blankets and pillows imbues this East Hampton living room by Chango & Co. with a welcoming vibe.
Nicole Fuller collaborated with the architect and builder on this from-the-ground-up home in East Hampton, New York. The pool wraps around the patio, which serves as an outdoor living room with sleek furnishings and a fireplace.
Robert A.M. Stern Architects, designed this shingle-style beach house in East Quogue to evoke the Dutch Revival homes found in the surrounding areas of Long Island.
The interiors of the house are by Steven Gambrel, including the master bedroom, with its custom-made bed and 1950s Italian chandelier.
Designer David Kleinberg worked with architect Martin Sosa of Arcologica to create this kitchen in a historic sea captain’s house in Sag Harbor. Nineteenth-century English Arts & Crafts chairs and a custom DKDA-designed banquette surround a generously sized table. The open shelving is meant to be both functional and decorative.
Timothy Godbold designed this modern barn-style home in Sag Harbor, which mixes rustic and industrial elements. In the family room, a pair of blue Italian mid-century chairs face a pair of Ralph Lauren saddle leather safari chairs.
Will Meyer of Meyer Davis updated this 1971 modernist home by Hugh Newell Jacobsen in the Long Island hamlet of Springs as a vacation home for his family. In the living room, a pair of color-field works by Enrique Batista are mounted over the fireplace, and an Isamu Noguchi lantern hangs from the vaulted ceiling. Furniture includes Kaare Klint armchairs and a Milo Baughman barrel lounge.