Certainly no beach shack this Hamptons weekender for a young city couple is part mid century, part transitional, a little whimsical and always with a subtle sophistication. I never understand why people actually leave these “weekenders” to return to the work-a-day rat race. I’d be investigating work from home options. Bridgehampton home by interior design studio Dumais.
Photography by Eric Piasecki
From a 17th century English manor house to a 21st century concrete and glass structure, from country house to townhouse let’s dive into the portfolio of one of the UK’s leading interior designers Robert Carslaw. The firm may be small but its influence is substantial. Calm, curated, traditional yet timeless.
It’s about bespoke details, high style and comfort. About layers of texture and materials and meaning. It’s about “the creation of spaces that nurture the family and provide a beautiful backdrop for life’s memories to unfold.” Nichols Hills by Oklahoma-based Sara Crooks Design.
Contemporary luxe meets grand old home. From elegant entrance foyer to stunning outdoor entertainment areas and every room in between this house is a masterful marriage of high style and the high life. Victoria Road by Sydney-based Infinite Design Studio.
“A classic Long Island farmhouse that reflects how we live and entertain today, in which unique connections between spaces allow for a variety of interactions and connections.”
Situated in an old orchard this traditional gable roofed home has had new life breathed into it with a contemporary interpretation of farmhouse aesthetics by Elizabeth Roberts Architects. Fundamental to the new design are the sun room re-imagined with cement tiles, pine panelling and wood burning stove, the perfect spot for all year round living and a welcoming kitchen where family and friends can gather.