Designer Ariane Goldman (of twobirds Bridesmaid and HATCH) and husband Max found this 1968 contemporary by Alfredo De Vido in the pine woods of East Hampton while expecting their baby. With a four-bedroom main house and two-bedroom guest cottage, there was plenty of room for their growing family. The couple lightened and brightened the space with white paint everywhere, leaving the wooden beams rustic. Now pale colors make for an inviting weekend getaway all throughout the year, accented with modern touches like an Ochre Arctic Pear chandelier and classic Eames dining chairs. To see more, head on over to the Lonny site.
Tour an Updated 60s Contemporary in East Hampton
With modern and midcentury touches