This sprawling 4,500-square foot Sagaponack home was the fourth project I worked on with this client. The home was built in the 80s and had poor flow and lacked bedrooms. With the modernity of the architecture, the gut renovation left a contemporary space that needed some warmth. We chose to use furniture with character, mixing and matching these with pieces from their other homes making sure to create brand new pairings to give the existing furniture a fresh look. Knowing my client’s tendency to veer towards a neutral color scheme, I relied on texture to add visual interest to the space and used color sparingly on throw pillows and accessories.
This project was published in the July 2015 issue of Hamptons Cottages & Gardens.
Photographs by George Ross