A young Manhattan couple with three kids called on architect Paul Masi and designer Damon Liss to bring their dream Hamptons home to life, which is pictured in the July/August issue of ELLE Décor. The house is made up of four semi-detached buildings reminiscent of potato barns, including an entertaining wing, which holds the living and dining rooms and a family wing with the kitchen, playroom, and bedrooms. The living room features a pair of sofas by BDDW flanking a 1970s Belgian cocktail table from Van den Akker and 1950s Stilnovo chandeliers. (Love the Damien Hirst skull spin painting!) The kitchen features custom lacquer cabinetry and barstools by Etel Carmona for Espasso, along with a wall that is semi-open to the staircase. Outside, by the pool area, is prairie-style grass plantings and a copper beech tree. Want to see more? Pick up the new issue of ELLE Décor.