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2017 Hampton Designer Showhouse

More than 24 designers collaborated to create cohesive yet daring retreats in the 2017 Hampton Designer Showhouse

Written by Clara Haneberg
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    Grab your sunblock! The third stop on 35yaoxiao’s annual showhouse tour takes us to Southampton, New York, for our most recent Hampton Designer Showhouse, benefiting Southampton Hospital. In a special twist, the 17th edition of the showhouse spans two new-builds next door to each other. More than 24 designers collaborated to create cohesive yet daring retreats perfect for long weekends with friends and family. Come explore these bold beach homes.

    Foyer 1 by Greg McKenzie

    A multicolored mirror hangs above a cerused black console table from R.E. Steel Antiques in the foyer by Greg McKenzie.

    Photography: John Bessler & Werner Straube
    Produced by Jenny Bradley Pfeffer

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    Foyer 1 by Greg McKenzie

    “I wanted the foyer to communicate a sophistication while embracing the clean architecture of the relaxed home,” Greg McKenzie says. An oval mirror with colored glass fragments reflects the light-filled entrance. A stately round pedestal table formed from concrete is ornamented with a glass cylinder vase full of large green elephant ears. Rush weaving on a basket, a tufted velvet ottoman, and an antique cerused-oak table in a black finish add textural drama.

    Table “Bostwick Round Concrete Table,” black bamboo stool, large vase, and rush basket: Mecox; .
    Pink-and-orange throw “Avalon”: Hermès; .
    Mirror “Italian,” multicolored: Cosulich Interiors; .
    Black table “Mid-Century,” cerused: R.E. Steel Antiques; .
    Blue ottoman vintage: Greg McKenzie Design; .
    Wooden chair in background “Milos -Baughman”: R.E. Steel Antiques; .

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    Powder Room by Greg McKenzie

    McKenzie's powder room exudes glamour. A black-and-white wallcovering from Phillip Jeffries, an antique mirror from Mecox Gardens, and faceted legs in a polished chrome finish on the console sink lend to the appeal. 

    Interior designer: Greg McKenzie, Greg McKenzie Design, 65 Montauk Hwy., Suite D, East Hampton, NY 11937; 516/819-1554; .

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    Family Room 1 by Nancy Galasso & Richard Cerrone for Lillian August Furnishings + Design

    Nancy Galasso and Richard Cerrone of Lillian August Furnishings + Design didn’t shy away from color in this gathering area. “Because the space leads to the pool and covered porch, we envisioned it as a place to hang out with friends,” Galasso says. “It feels inviting, boho-chic, and fun.” The patterned Manuel Canovas window panel fabric jump-started the duo’s design. Complementing textiles are punctuated with texture—note the metallic cork wallcovering, woven stool, and oversize Balinese basket. The sofa, sumptuous chairs, and coffee tables with clamshell tops and cast-stone bases are all available through Lillian August. A dazzling “Light Drop” chandelier by Studio Bel Vetro caps the elegant assembly.

    Interior designers: Nancy Galasso and Richard Cerrone, Lillian August Furnishings + Design, 32 Knight St., Norwalk, CT 06851; 203/847-3314; .

    Wallpaper “Travertine” in gold and ivory, curtains “Jeema” in turquoise: Cowtan & Tout; .
    Curtain rod custom “Bend Elbow Return Rod” in antique gold leaf on silver: Morgik; .
    Sofa “Hinson” by Lillian August/Hickory White: through Lillian August Furnishings + Design; .
    Sofa fabric “Amala” by Manuel Canovas: Cowtan & Tout; .
    Pillows on sofa custom.
    Pillow fabrics “Git” in Miel, “Jaya” in Pivoine, and “Maroquin II” in turquoise by Manuel Canovas: Cowtan & Tout; .
    Chairs: “Hinson” by Lillian August/Hickory White: through Lillian August Furnishings + Design; .
    Chair fabric “Mansi” by Manuel Canovas: Cowtan & Tout; .
    Drinking table, Balinese woven urn, woven stool: through Lillian August Furnishings + Design; .
    Pillows on floor “Tara” in turquoise and “Maroquin II” in turquoise by Manuel Canovas: Cowtan & Tout; .
    Coffee table and rug: through Lillian August Furnishings + Design; .
    Chandelier “Light Drop”: Studio Bel Vetro; .

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    Foyer 2 by Ken Gemes

    This bright entrance hall by Ken Gemes is unquestionably classy. Donning a subtle blue-and-white scheme, the airy space with beautiful architecture—see the panels and pretty moldings—welcomes guests.

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    Foyer 2 by Ken Gemes

    “It became a study of colors of the sea and different art that defined the space,” he says. Ming-style garden stools flank Highland House’s white table with brass feet. A tufted bench with upholstery reminiscent of water can be easily pulled up. The clean-lined chandelier from Circa Lighting draws eyes above. Geometric stairwell carpet is by Stanton. 

    Blue artwork in stairwell From the Bird’s Nest framed photograph: Celadon Art; .
    Artwork in stairwell Architecture 17, Act 17, Ripon 1 framed photo: through Trowbridge Gallery; .
    Stairway carpet “Hunter Hill” from Leton Hill collection in Marine: Stanton; .
    Chandelier “Choros” two-tier chandelier by Barry Goralnick: Circa Lighting; .
    Bench “Olivia” in maple finish: Erinn V. Design Group, .
    Fabric on bench “Kaze West”: Zak + Fox; .
    Rug “Avant Titanium,” sisal: Merida Studio; .
    White table “Simone” in Cloud White with brass feet: Highland House; .
    Pair of stools Ming-style in light blue: The Van Cleve Collection; .
    Vase Decorative urn in Rustic Iron: Henredon; .

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    Powder Room by Ken Gemes

    The color palette from the foyer carries into the powder room also designed by Gemes. A beautiful Nina Campbell wallcovering wraps the space in blue.

    Interior designer: Ken Gemes, Ken Gemes Interiors, 4 Sunny Brae Place, Bronxville, NY 10708; 914/907-0047; .

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    Dining Room 1 by Michael Del Piero for Hunter Douglas

    “This room is meant to express the notion that minimalism does not always imply simplicity,” Michael Del Piero says. Nubby materials counter sleek surfaces and a crisp white palette. An antique French settee joins a round ottoman and custom “draped” chairs to offer flexible seating for a variety of gatherings. Motorized shades from Hunter Douglas let the host adjust the room’s brightness without leaving the table. In the evening, light reflects
    off the sculptural hanging pendant.

    Interior designer: Michael Del Piero, Michael Del Piero Good Design, 428 N. Wolcott Ave., Chicago, IL 60622; 773/772-3000; .

    Bench and pillows antique French: Michael Del Piero Good Design; .
    Table, striped chair, white chairs, and ottoman custom design: Michael Del Piero Good Design; .
    Rug “Agave Superior” in Quarry with taupe leather binding: Merida; .
    Wine room custom built by home builder.
    Mobile over table “Bounce”: Roll & Hill; .
    Pictures India ink drawings by Elliot Bergman: Michael Del Piero Good Design; .
    Curtains custom.
    Fabric “Park Silver Shell” by Mark Alexander: Romo; .
    Window roller shades “Alustra Woven Textures” in Retreat fabric in Pure: Hunter Douglas; .

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    Family Room 2 by Jennifer Mabley & Austin Handler

    Another calm palette emerges in the family room by Jennifer Mabley and Austin Handler. “We wanted to create a room that had our signature Hamptons style, balancing natural colors and organic finishes,” Handler says. Their “Flying Point” club chairs, an updated take on the wingback chair, are the designers’ favorite piece from their furniture collection with Kravet. A wood-grain-print wallcovering wraps the ceiling while nailhead-encrusted pillows decorate the sofas, upholstered in soft blue fabric.

    Ceiling wallpaper “Against the Grain” in Taupe Timber; Phillip Jeffries, Ltd; .
    Chandelier “Grand Lotus” in silver leaf: Currey & Company; .
    Sheers “Basics #4303-101”: Kravet; .
    Draperies “Arches” in Sea from the Candice Olson collection for Kravet; .
    Oil painting above mantel by Thomas O’Neil: homeowners’ collection.
    Wooden floor lamp no longer available: Rumrunner Home; .
    Sofas “Flying Point” in Pearl Cerused Oak: Kravet; .
    Sofa fabric #33902-15: Kravet; .
    Club chairs “Flying Point” in Dune Cerused Oak and fabric #2014139-101: Mabley Handler for Kravet; .
    Side table “Cantilever End”: Rumrunner Home; .
    Ottoman custom “Wesley” in Shell Cerused Oak and Satin Silver Metal: Mabley Handler for Kravet; .
    Coffee table “Privet Lane” in Dune Cerused finish and Satin Silver Metal: Mabley Handler for Kravet; .
    Rug custom, Annapurna collection: Stark Carpet; .

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    Family Room 2 by Jennifer Mabley & Austin Handler

    Cerused-oak pieces from the designers’ Mabley Handler furniture collection for Kravet evoke a driftwood aura perfect for the seaside.

    Interior designers: Jennifer Mabley and Austin Handler, Mabley Handler Interior Design, 34 Head of Pond Road, Water Mill, NY 11976; 631/726-7300; .

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    Kitchen 1 by Gary Ciuffo

    “Industrial, English, and Hamptons” are the words Gary Ciuffo uses to describe this kitchen. Wire-brushed European rift-cut white oak, architectural metals, and exposed fasteners bring the room to life. “The metal strapping reinforces old-world joinery techniques,” Ciuffo says. The designer selected Crossville’s Basalt collection for the backsplash and Dekton by Cosentino “Vegha” countertops for a unified look. White high-gloss cabinetry, a stainless-steel hood, and polished-nickel pendants from Circa Lighting complete the space.

    Kitchen designer: Gary Ciuffo, Ciuffo Cabinetry, 95 Brook Ave., Deer Park, NY 11729; 631/586-5976; .

    Island and kitchen cabinetry European rift-cut white oak custom-stained with polished stainless-steel detailing; panels are cold-cast stainless steel and white cabinets custom, factory-painted high-gloss, hand-polished cabinetry with polished stainless-steel detailing: Ciuffo Cabinetry; .
    Hardware “Leebank” in Barreled Nickel: Armac Martin; .
    Backsplash Basalt collection: Crossville; .
    Countertops “Dekton” in Vegha: Cosentino; . 
    Pendant lights “Bryden” in polished nickel: Circa Lighting; .
    Range hood custom fabricated hood sprayed with cold-cast stainless-steel polymer: Ciuffo Cabinetry; .
    Ceiling wallpaper “Against the Grain” in Taupe Timber: Phillip Jeffries, Ltd; .
    Kitchen faucets “Purist”: Kohler; .
    Bar stools “Welles Counter Stool”: Orient Express Furniture; .
    Appliances: Sub-Zero; .

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    Kitchen 2 by Gary Ciuffo

    Dark and light artfully blend in this kitchen by Gary Ciuffo. “I was inspired by Italian design,” says Ciuffo. “I wanted to bring that European-modern flair into a Hamptons kitchen.” Appliances are from Sub-Zero/Wolf.

    Click here to see more of this kitchen.

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    Dining Room 2 by Brian Brady & Franco Biscardi

    An orange ombré wallcovering by Brett Design radiates in the dynamic dining room designed by Brian Brady and Franco Biscardi. “The concept was that you are sitting outside in a field full of wildflowers watching the sunset,” Brady says. Natural linen draperies let sunlight stream through while vintage leather chairs join teakwood-and-rope seats at the spacious table. Lush flower assortments recall the view beyond the windows. A minibar beckons in the far corner. The green striped rug alludes to grassy alfresco spaces, and a custom light fixture illuminates like stars overhead.

    Interior designers: Brian Brady and Franco Biscardi, Brady Design, 129 Main St., Southampton, NY 11968; 631/283-3111; bbrady@bbradydesign.com; .

    Pendant light “Star Stick” in natural brass: O’Lampia; .
    Dining table: Home Nature; .
    Leather chairs vintage: Brady Design private collection.
    Woven dining chairs mid-20th-century-style teakwood and rope: John Himmel Decorative Arts; .
    Blue lamp “Sumo”: Hwang Bishop; .
    Rug Reverse twill with pinstripe: Elizabeth Eakins; .
    Wallpaper “Ombre,” custom colored: Brett Design; .
    Draperies custom in linen: Arabel Fabrics; .
    Window shades Papyrusweave collection in “Harmony” fabric in blended raffia: Hartmann & Forbes; .
    Console vintage: Laurin Copen Antiques; .
    Mirror “Belvedere” in brass and lamp “Heidelberg Octagonal” in brass: Vaughan; .

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    Laundry Room by Greg McKenzie

    Greg McKenzie maximized the small laundry room to create a pretty and efficient space. Natural light filters in through the window and dances around on blue lacquered cabinetry. Dual Electrolux washers and dryers can handle the weekend crowd.

    Interior designer: Greg McKenzie, Greg McKenzie Design, 65 Montauk Hwy., Suite D, East Hampton, NY 11937; 516/819-1554; .

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    Junior Master Bedroom 1 by Matthew Frederick

    The statement maker in this room by Matthew Frederick is the custom teal secretary with yellow interior by Browne & Moore. “It’s a modern take on a classic Biedermeier design and is updated for the way people live and work today,” Frederick says. The bold space boasts an appreciation for art and a good cocktail—and includes a tufted chenille sofa for catnaps. A klismos-inspired desk chair with brass detailing provides a perch for work time. An aged-copper pendant speaks to the salt-air’s effect on the mineral.

    Ceiling light “Jerome Park Lighting”: M. Frederick Design; .
    Wallpaper “Shang Extra Fine Sisal” in sky blue: Thibaut; .
    Secretary “Browne & Moore Abbey Secretary,” custom: .
    Chair “Themis” in “Jean De Merry Arran Chatain” fabric in Espresso: Kimberly Denman; .
    Rug “Grand Textures Weave”: Nourison; .
    Artwork at left vintage 22-karat gold-leaf burst: Nancy Price Antiques; .
    Large painting 1950s Mixed Media on Paper in Wood Frame by Nancy Vanderberg Lee and center artwork Pastel on Paper, 1974 by R. Van Mol: M. Frederick Design; .
    Artwork at right Photo of Parakeet: Robin Rice Gallery; .
    Lamp on secretary “Jerome Park Lighting”: M. Frederick Design; .
    Lamp at right “Opus” by M. Frederick for Chelsea House, Ltd. with custom shade: M. Frederick Design; .
    White sofa in “Meribel Chenille” in beige: My Private Workroom; .
    Statue of ibis vintage, blue-and-white vase on secretary custom “Ginger Jar with Peonies,” and pillows in vintage indigo textiles: M. Frederick Design; .
    Draperies “Westover Nile” in blue: Clarence House; .

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    Junior Master Bedroom 1 by Matthew Frederick

    Contemporary wall sculptures by artist Kazumi Yoshida pair with a vintage horse statue. 

    Interior designer: Matthew Frederick, M. Frederick Design, 630 5th Ave., New York, NY 10111; 908/669-4784; .

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    Bedroom 2 by Ranelle Susan Wolf

    Ranelle Wolf let "the divine feminine" serve as the inspiration for her pretty bedroom. A woven metallic wallcovering from York wraps the room in texture and subtle color. A canopy bed features a floral headboard and a dotted print on wispy, ivory bed curtains.

    Interior designer: Ranelle Susan Wolf, Wolf Interior Designs, 143 Hampton Vista Dr., Manorville, NY 11949; . 

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    Bedroom 1 by Melanie Roy for Garnet Hill

    The nature-driven bedroom by Melanie Roy for Garnet Hill exudes comfort. “It’s an inviting space to relax and recharge,” Roy says.

    A rope mirror and a metal cubbie system are both from Garnet Hill.

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    Bedroom 1 by Melanie Roy for Garnet Hill

    The upholstered bed with nailhead trim and small sheepskin pillows are from Garnet Hill. Verdant hues appear on the bench and coordinating ceramic tiles above the bed. A patterned rug and woven wall pendants amp up the earthy texture.

    Interior designer: Melanie Roy, Melanie Roy Design, 829 Park Ave., 12th Floor, New York, NY 10021; 646/858-6321; .

    Bed “Fairbanks” upholstered bed: no longer available.
    Artwork ceramic wall squares: Lori Katz; .
    Lamps “Green Oaks”: Palecek; .
    Nightstands “Rowe Nesting Tables” in ebony: Serena & Lily; .
    Large pillows and bed cover “Waves Washed Silk”: Eileen Fisher; .
    Small pillows sheepskin in ivory: Garnet Hill; .
    Faux fur throw and bench “LaSalle Iron Bench”: no longer available.
    Rug “Magnolia Home Chantilly Wool” in black: Bed, Bath & Beyond; .
    Wood chandelier “Finch”: Arteriors; .

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    Master Bath 1 by Kim Radovich

    Kim Radovich didn’t want to do the expected in the master bath. “That’s why I chose black for the walls,” she says. “It offered a more urban-chic take on the space.” Thibaut’s “Yuma” wallcovering in an alligator-skin motif pairs perfectly with the patterned Roman shade fabric and graphic floor tiles. A mobile hides unsightly air vents while adding whimsy. Kohler’s freestanding soaking tub augments the serene atmosphere. A double vanity by Ciuffo Cabinetry with ebonized wood and stainless-steel frame affords plenty of storage. The monogrammed towels are from Garnet Hill.

    Interior designer: Kim Radovich, Kim Radovich Interiors, 12 Harbor Hill Road, Huntington, NY 11743; 631/868-0595; .

    Ceiling paint PM-2 “White”: Benjamin Moore; .
    Mobile: through Kim Radovich Interiors; .
    Wallcovering “Yuma” in black: Thibaut; .
    Mirror: discontinued.
    Faucet “Pure Paletta”: Kallista; .
    Cabinet Wire-brushed and custom-stained rift-cut white oak with polished stainless-steel reveals and legs: Ciuffo Cabinetry; .
    Countertop “Glassos”: Ciuffo Cabinetry; .
    Candleholder and soap dispenser: Kim Radovich Interiors; .
    Floor tile “Daggers” in Nero Marquina, Glassos, and Calacatta marble: Anthony George; .
    Fluffy rug “Fibre”: Auskin; .
    Trio of silver vases in corner: through Kim Radovich Interiors; .
    Large artwork on wall Dean Johnson Fine Art; .
    Window shade “Azul Balen” by Gaston Y Daniela: Kravet; .
    Bathtub “Classic Freestanding Tub” and bathtub faucet “Pure Paletta Floor-Mount Bath Filler” in polished chrome: Kallista; .
    Acrylic bathtub tray, goblets, and tic-tac-toe soap: through Kim Radovich Interiors; .
    Monogrammed towels “Signature Towels”: Garnet Hill; .

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    Master Bedroom 1 by Keith Baltimore

    The master bedroom by Keith Baltimore is the epitome of dreamy. “Notice the sensation of breezy coziness created by the linen tented canopy—it’s echoed in the informal aesthetic of the cool and clean environment,” he says. By covering the ceiling, Baltimore was able to draw attention away from the fact that the king-size bed is wider than the space between the windows.

    Wallpaper style 107/1032 in ecru, gray, and silver: Cole & Son; .
    Window shades “Vignette Jewelstone” in Moonstone: Hunter Douglas; .
    Curtain “Elmira Embroidery” in linen: Brunschwig & Fils; .
    Curtain rods and hardware custom: Baltimore Design Group; .
    Ceiling light “Jacqueline Flush Mount” by Aerin: Circa Lighting; .
    Canopy “Basics”: Kravet; .
    Bed “Emma Eastern King” in Otis White Linen: Cisco Brothers; .
    Pillows, duvet, and bed linens “Macrame Pizzo” in White: Frette; .
    Chair “Madeline”: Cisco Brothers; .
    Chair fabric “Chamas Stripe” in Ash: Brunschwig & Fils; .
    Table in corner: antique.
    Stone rings: Garden Age Supply; .
    Figurines old-wood Kadauma Sumbo figures: Clubcu; .
    Geode: Blue Ocean Traders; .
    Rug: “La Paz” in Dove: Stanton; .

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    Master Bedroom 1 by Keith Baltimore

    A neutral palette grounded by a sisal rug from Stanton serves as a foundation for Frette bedding and layered antiques. Motorized power shades from Hunter Douglas join embroidered Brunschwig & Fils fabric on the windows. “It’s a private oasis of calm,” Baltimore says. 

    Interior designer: Keith Baltimore, Baltimore Design Group, 35 Main St., Port Washington, NY 11050; 516/944-2400; .

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    Junior Master Bedroom 2 by Sean MFK Bruns

    Dubbed “Sand Goes Glam,” the junior master bedroom by Sean MFK Bruns flaunts shimmery flair in champagne tones. “We envisioned a room where the husband or wife could be working at the desk as the other lounges on the sofa enjoying music and cocktails,” Bruns says.

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    Junior Master Bedroom 2 by Sean MFK Bruns

    An original Knoll coffee table rests atop a handmade rug in a sandy hue. Accessories and books conjure a worldly aura while a shapely brass étagère, sparkling drapery sheers, and a chandelier with Murano-glass leaves elevate the opulence.

    Interior designer: Sean MFK Bruns; Old Town Crossing Interior Design, 134 Mariner Drive, Southampton, NY 11968; 631/283-7740; .

    Ceiling fixture “Nyrabi Sugar Glass with Gilt Leaves” from the Private collection: Old Town Crossing Interior Design; .
    Wallpaper “Handira Cloth” in Berber Greige: Phillip Jeffries; .
    Driftwood end table: Mecox; .
    Sofa: no longer available.
    Pillows on sofa and floor lamp from the Private collection, 1970s Knoll table, wire art, and wooden bowl from the Private collection: Old Town Crossing Interior Design; .
    Faux buffalo skull: Etsy; .
    Brass midcentury étagère, ivory box on floor from the Private collection: Old Town Crossing Interior Design; .
    Statue of acrobats: Mecox; .
    Antler candelabra, large vases, and chair at left from the Private collection: Old Town Crossing Interior Design; .
    Rug Handmade collection: Amazing Rugs; .

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    Bedroom 2 by Christine Gentile

    The bedroom by Christine Gentile offers a hospitable retreat from a hectic lifestyle. “The inspiration began with the extraordinary grass-cloth wallcovering in a green damask pattern,” Gentile says. The muted respite includes a complementary custom bed frame, a creamy leather chair, and white linen ottomans. Luxury is suspended from the ceiling in the form of a seeded-glass chandelier. The lamp with quartz base is available through Circa Lighting. Fine European linens and delicate trims strung with shells and glass beads incorporate extra feminine details.

    Interior designer: Christine Gentile, Ashbourne, 64 Prospect Road, Centerport, NY 11721; 631/547-5252; .

    Wallpaper “Vervain” in 501: Fabricut; .
    Bed custom: Home Interiors; .
    Chandelier “Linfort Basket”: Circa Lighting; .
    Fabric on bed “Chalkwave” in Aquaglass: S. Harris; .
    Duvet, pillows, and shams “Uffizi” in white/aqua: E. Braun & Co.; .
    Velvet pillow “Avonlea” in Haze: Stroheim; .
    Chair “Hanna” in white with cream leather: Oly Studio; .
    Throw cashmere in aqua: E. Braun & Co.; .
    Ottomans “Courbe” in white linen: Ballard Designs; .
    Table lamp “Trieste”: Circa Lighting; .
    Rug “Simplicity” in Oyster: Country Carpet; .
    Banding on rug “Embroidered Garden” in Summer Sky: Stroheim; .

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    Master Bedroom 2 by Eddie Ross for Lowe’s

    Mix master Eddie Ross made sure the eye-catching master bedroom he designed for Lowe’s wasn’t too overwhelming. “A neutral space was key to layering in the colors and patterns, allowing the eye to rest before you go on to the next,” Ross says. To reflect light and avoid weighing down the room with too much color, the designer had the walls painted in high-gloss white. An array of happy hues and prints appears throughout the suite—see the teal velvet bench and the armchair with pink upholstery by Alexa Hampton for Hickory Chair. The coral table skirt fabric is from Thibaut. Ross’ “sophisticated kaleidoscope of color” appears on the old-style canopy bed with carved bamboo frame. The portrait above the fireplace reminds the designer of Jackie O.

    Interior designer: Eddie Ross, Eddie Ross for Lowe’s, 660 W. Washington St., Norristown, PA  19401; .

    Wall paint “BS00E55 in white”: Fine Paints of Europe; .
    Chandelier “Nottaway”: Currey & Company; .
    Painting over fireplace: vintage.
    Chair with red floral fabric: vintage.
    End table “Pedestal Table in Gold and Travertine Marble”: Bunny Williams Home; .
    White chairs with yellow cushions “French Upholstered Accent Chair” in Birch and Linen: Eddie Ross for Lowe’s; .
    Black floor lamp “Holstebro”: Stilnovo; .
    Red-and-white tablecloth “Demetrius Appliqué” in coral: Thibaut; .
    Pair of cats statues: vintage.
    Folding screen “Mondrian” in Gulfport Brown from Mr. and Mrs. Howard; Eddie Ross for Lowe’s; .
    Gold clock on screen and painting under gold clock: vintage.
    Bed “Island Estate West Indies”: Tommy Bahama Furniture; .
    White armchair with pink fabric “Abigail” by Alexa Hampton: Hickory Chair; .
    Gold end table “Albero”: Bunny Williams; .
    Sheraton love seat: Hickory Chair; .
    White chair “Olivia” in Pearl Linen: Bunny Williams; .
    Metal artwork on wall “Erica”: Arteriors; .
    Lamp on dresser “Cherry Blossom” in cream/navy: Bradburn Home; .
    Bed sconces “Decorative Wall Swing” in Metal: House of Troy; .
    Orange pillow: vintage fabric.
    Blue curtains “Maurice” in indigo: Robert Allen; .
    Outer bed curtains “Deconstructed Stripe in Cobalt”: Schumacher; .
    Inner bed curtains “Itsa” in Saffron: Fabricut; .
    Bed canopy lining “Linseed Stripe” in coral: Robert Allen; .
    Bed canopy, blue plaid pillows “Plaid Ikat” in Lapis: Robert Allen; .
    Pillows with pink trim European linen sham: Designers Guild; .
    Small green-and-purple pillow: vintage fabric.
    Pink bed cover near headboard: vintage French sheet.
    Bed cover: VHC Brands; .
    Pomegranate quilt and red rug: vintage.
    Ivory carpet Sisal in Backstitch: Stark Carpet; .

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    Master Bath 2 by Catherine Davin

    “Invigorating and energetic but still spa-like” perfectly sums up this luxurious bath by Catherine Davin. “We used clean albeit bright colors to build a summery Hamptons vibe,” Davin says.

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    Master Bath 2 by Catherine Davin

    A floating tub is accessorized with an antique folding stool, white resin orbs, and a mirrored-glass side table. The Sputnik chandelier with acrylic tips is by Circa Lighting.

    Interior designer: Catherine Davin, Davin Interiors, 671 Washington Rd., Pittsburgh, PA 15228; 412/221-5770; .

    Ceiling wallpaper “Temecula” in blue: Thibaut; .
    Chandelier “Quincy Sputnik”: Circa Lighting; .
    Curtains “Hot Pink”: Kravet; .
    Hardware Classic Minimalism collection: Fabricut; .
    Bathtub “Stargaze” in white and faucet “Composed” floor-mount in polished chrome: Kohler; .
    Floor tile “Greek Key” in Thassos and Nero arquina: Anthony George; .
    Metal folding stool antique: designer’s personal collection.
    White balls “Ball on the Wall” in Pearl White: Phillips Collection; .
    Blue mirrored glass table “Romano”: Bungalow 5; .

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    Bedroom 3 by Rajni Alex

    Rajni Alex pictured this jewel-tone bedroom belonging to “a young woman who understands the refinements of a modern sensibility, yet still has a rebellious streak.” The blue wall in an agate motif tinged with gold was hand-painted by Caroline Lizarraga. A CR Laine daybed upholstered in green velvet is punctuated with a contrasting cushion and lavish pillows. The lacquered built-in with brass inlay opens to reveal a rich orange interior and a lot of storage. Hand-embroidered draperies enhance the eclectic air. A vintage rug, sculptural side table, and acrylic-spiked mirror button up the bold escape.

    Interior designer: Rajni Alex, Rajni Alex Design, 66 Palmer Ave., Suite 28, Bronxville, NY 10708; 914/222-9292; .

    Ceiling paint “Collingwood OC-28”: Benjamin Moore; .
    Paint on molding “High Gloss G21440”: Fine Paints of Europe; .
    Art: Caroline Lizarraga; .
    Mirror “Solis”: Rajni Alex Design; .
    Sconce “Apollinaire” in oil-rubbed bronze: Jonathan Browning Studios; .
    Sofa “Sheridan” daybed: CR Laine; .
    Sofa fabric “Green Velvet DV15921-2”: Duralee; .
    Seat cushion “Metro” in Gilded Raisin: Kerry Joyce; .
    Back and arm trim: Leather piping in Red Brown: Samuel & Sons; .
    Hardware on storage closet “Terrace” 6-inch pull in burnished brass: Water Street; .
    Gold pillow fabric “Alaya” in gold: Dedar; .
    Dark pillow fabric “Arezzo” in Midnight: Pollack; .
    Leopard-print pillow fabric “Animal Magic” in teal: Lee Jofa; .
    Small table “Stalactite” in black: Handley Drive; .
    Rug vintage: Rajni Alex Design; .
    Carpet Irish linen in gray canvas: J.D. Staron; .
    Draperies “Morency 4” in orange: Taffard Fabrics; .
    Sheers “Double Ombre” in Terra: Holly Hunt; .

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    Bedroom Retreat and Study by Shannon Willey

    The coastal surroundings stimulated Shannon Willey’s retreat study. “I wanted to capture elements of the land and sea found in the Hamptons,” Willey says. The designer turned to texture to add warmth and dimension to the space—note the handcrafted wall art and geometric “Sea Glass” rug from Stanton.

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    Bedroom Retreat and Study by Shannon Willey

    The Indian bed feels like a hammock, providing a snug place to read or reflect. Rest your feet on the upholstered stools or use them as bunching tables. Pops of blue reference the nearby ocean. A chandelier with glass beads dangles above.

    Interior designer: Shannon Willey, Sea Green Designs, 68 Jobs Lane, Southampton, NY 11968; 631/259-3612; .

    Ceiling light “Malibu” in milk glass: Ro Sham Beaux; .
    Wallpaper “Strie Faux Finish Chandler Decorative Arts”: through Sea Green Designs; .
    Daybed “Indian”: Bunakara; bunakara.com. Tote beside end table “Pacific Tote”: The Dharma Door; .
    Ottomans “Pouf” in linen and silver leaf: Moss Studio; .
    Rug “Sea Glass” from the Chatham House collection: Stanton Carpet; .
    Window shades “Horizon Stripe Lagoon”: Beacon Hill; .
    Woven art over daybed Jute decorative macramé in navy/natural: The Dharma Door; .
    Table at left “Freesia” side table in Gray Wash Wax: CFC; .
    Lamp on table Silver candlestick lamp with jute shade: Sea Green Designs; .
    Artwork on right wall “An Invisible Thread”: Sugarboo & Co.; .
    Framed painting of shell whelk shell oil painting: Maureen Travers; .

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    Lounge by Anelle Gandelman & Ariella Duker

    Inspired by France—its cities, countryside, and seaside—Anelle Gandelman and Ariella Duker didn’t skimp on glamour when it came to the lounge. “The result was a space that felt casual enough for friends to gather after the beach, but also functional enough to host a larger cocktail party,” Gandelman says. Antiqued mirrors and a gilt sconce—both discovered at Brimfield Antique Flea Markets—ornament Thibaut’s wallcovering, which simulates natural stone. A linen channel-tufted sofa sits pretty with pale pink pillows. A trio of brushed-brass tables rounds out the posh sanctuary. “It’s St. Barts meets Southampton,” Duker says.

    Interior designers: Anelle Gandelman and Ariella Duker, A-List Interiors, 175 W. 60th St., #4D, New York, NY 10023; 646/417-5355; .
     

    Wallpaper “Treviso Marble” in gray from the Faux Resource collection: Thibaut; .
    Mirrors antique French bistro-style: Brimfield Antique Flea Markets; .
    Sofa “Custom Channel Quilt”: Hailey Furniture Group; .
    Sofa fabric Linen canvas in Pearl with Linen Dart Tape trim: Robert Allen Design; .
    Pillows “Ground Control” in Rose Quartz and “Peaks ’n Points” in Blush: Robert Allen Design; .
    Gold sconces vintage: Brimfield Antique Flea Markets; .
    Small table “Delancy” in Shiny Gold Metal with Vertagus Shell Top: Made Goods; .
    Gold Monroe tables in brushed brass: Erinn V. through Zoffany; .
    Rug “Drayton” sisal in Bone: Stark Carpet; .
    Wall lights “Dawes Sconce” by Ralph Lauren: Circa Lighting; .

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    Lounge 2 by East End Home 

    A bird motif wallpaper from Thibaut adorns the walls of the chic lounge by Kathryn Hunt of East End Home. A sculptural pink chair pops in front of a pink painting. Botanical prints and large abstract paintings create a gallery-like feel. 

    Interior designer: Kathryn Hunt, East End Home Co., P.O. Box 815, Cutchogue, NY 11935; 631/236-8985; ; info@eastendhomeco.com.

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    Bedroom 4 by Jean Liu

    Clad in black shiplap and overflowing with nautical touches, the bunk bedroom by Jean Liu begs for beachgoers. “We decided to showcase how to maximize a sleeping area in a relatively small space,” Liu says. The Roman shade and armchair fabric are from the Frank Lloyd Wright collection for Schumacher. Books, a soccer ball, and an Etch A Sketch ensure the room is kid-friendly. A vintage surfboard adds a bit of cool to the back corner. Other oceanside touches include a woven pendant shade and a porthole-like sconce by Circa Lighting. “The shade reminded me of a sailcloth, with its rope mimicking the sailing lines of a boat,” the designer says. Stanton’s sisal rug adds softness underfoot.

    Interior designer: Jean Liu, Jean Liu Design, LLC, 2505 Hood St., Dallas, TX 75219; 214/238-2112; .
     

    Wall paint “Tricorn Black”: Sherwin-Williams; .
    Pendant “Miramar” by Ralph Lauren: Circa Lighting; .
    Bunk beds “Austin” in white and walnut: Ducduc Furniture, .
    Bedding “Elliott” coverlet in white and “Marlow” sheets in white and silver and throw blankets “Soledad” in Charcoal: Matouk; .
    Kidney pillows on bunks “Imperial Hotel Velvet”: Schumacher; .
    Black-and-white-striped pillows “Vintage” from Tammy Price of Fragments Identity: One Kings Lane; .
    Bunk lighting “Dawes” sconce by Ralph Lauren: Circa Lighting; .
    Lounge chair: vintage.
    Chair fabric: “St. Marks Print by Frank Lloyd Wright” and waterfall Roman shade “Applied -Architecture” in Neutral: Schumacher; .
    Rug “Sahara Desert” in Stanton Sisal: Stanton; .
    Surfboard: eBay; .

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    Bedroom 5 by Vintage Interior Design

    Rachel Florez of Vintage Interior Design turned this bedroom into a woman's study that is a dream in purple. A custom jewel tone desk anchors the space while a Lladro chandelier dazzles overhead.

    Interior designer: Rachel Florez, Vintage Interior Design, 104 Frederick Avenue, Bellmore, NY 11710; 516/826-5059; .

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    Playroom 1 by Julia Grayson

    The playroom by Julia Grayson revisits the beloved blue-and-white scheme. A soft landing area—see the artsy armchairs and spacious sectional with lots of pillows—is equipped for entertaining groups. Pierced side tables can be easily moved, bringing flexibility to the sitting area. Thibaut’s indigo wallcovering conjures a moody aura while a large lacquered coffee table rests atop a patterned teal rug.

    Painting Wild Waves by Margaret Nimroski: through Grayson De Vere; .
    Wallpaper “Sachon Basket” in navy: Thibaut; .
    White sectional “Lowell” in white linen: Grayson De Vere; .
    Pillows: custom in William Yeoward fabrics “Manzu” in indigo, “Cimbrone” in indigo, and “Giffoni” in Ink: through Grayson De Vere; .
    Acrylic backgammon game “Voltage Rockwell”: Alexandra von Furstenberg; .
    Navy cable- knit cashmere throw: Alashan; .
    Polished-nickel floor lamps: Ralph Lauren; .
    Chair with woven arms “Carraway” from the Kirk Nix collection: Palecek; .
    White coffee table “Pimlico” in white: Grayson De Vere; .
    Black stools and side tables “Bamileke”: Andrew Martin; .
    Rug under table “Rhoscolyn” in cobalt: William Yeoward; .
    Taupe rug “Antigua” in Frost: Couristan; .
    Knobby vases on table: “Crux” and “Tor”: Mirena Kim; .
    Blue round vase “Gobi” in Ocean Blue; Guaxs; .
    Lounge chairs “Warren” in Dark Espresso finish: Palecek; .

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    Playroom 1 by Julia Grayson

    Blue cabinetry in the wet bar continues the playroom's color scheme. “My intention was for the space to be able to serve all ages at any time of the day,” Grayson says. 

    Interior designer: Julia Grayson, Grayson De Vere, 23 Lewis St., Greenwich, CT 06830; 914/612-4600; .

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    Playroom 2 by Chris Mead for English Country Home

    White walls and neutral furnishings allow art to shine in the playroom by Chris Mead for English Country Home. An orange arm chair, vintage globe lamp, and framed artwork provide pops of color in the otherwise quiet space.

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    Playroom 2 by Chris Mead for English Country Home

    Slipcovered chairs pull up to a French oak dining table where acrylic book holders allow curiosities to be explored. 

    Interior designer: Chris Mead, English Country Home, P.O. Box 1995, Bridgehampton, NY 11932; 631/445-2625; .

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