Hamptons Interior Design
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This is the first time the location will be used as a retail store
The architect redesigned a 10,000-square-foot East Hampton home. The home now has a wooden tube that leads out to the backyard.
The 35-piece collection will be available in Kravet showrooms, and maybe even through a local retailer.
The new showroom allows clients to experience the design style first-hand. And they can check out two fully functional kitchens while they’re at it.
There’s a completely new structure on the property
One of the standouts at the Coastal Living Designer Showhouse this summer was the use of beautiful tiles, using bright colors and stunning designs.
Local architect and antiques lover Erica Smith is opening a new vintage and consignment shop right in East Hampton called the Hamptons Gather.
Sasha Bikoff, called "Interior Designer to the Young and Wealthy" by the New York Times, will be hosting a pop up at the Surf Lodge on Saturday, July 23, from 12-8.
This year’s Hampton Designer Showhouse is in Noyack, backing onto a park and near golf courses. Tours begin Sunday, July 24, and will run until Labor Day, Monday, September 5.
One of our favorite magazines, Coastal Living, has built its newest showhouse in Bridgehampton, the first in the Hamptons. It's open for tours next week and is also available for sale.
Publishing powerhouses Pilar Guzmán and Chris Mitchell let the original design and details of their 1890s Shingle Style house guide its renovation.
Everyone with kids and pets knows that the easier things are to clean in a home, the better the home will look for family life. The owners of this home wanted a more sophisticated feel for for entertaining, but everything had to be easily cleanable as well.
When a couple bought a 1980s Shingle Style on Meadow Lane, the wife reached out to designer David Netto for help, who says, "We needed to subdue—and perhaps even cut out—whole sections of the building, letting the McMansiony bits drain out."