Summer in the Hamptons

There is something special about the stretch of land from Hamptons Bay to Montauk, along Long Island’s South Fork. The Hamptons– the playground of celebrities, politicians and Wall Street alike– has long been considered the place to summer for the rich and famous.

With the start of the season once again upon us we take a look at some of the homes along the Long Island seaboard.

New York City designer Timothy Whealon chose to cover his Southampton home’s entryway in Phillip Jeffries’ Island Raffia Wallcovering.

Photo via Elle Decor

 

Phillip Jefferies Island Raffia Wallcovering at DecoratorsBest

Renowned interior designer Steven Gambrel upholstered the club chairs in this Hamptons’ home with a chevron pattern from Schumacher.

Photo via Elle Decor

 

Schumacher's High Voltage fabric in Smoke at DecoratorsBest

This serene bedroom is beautifully decorated in blues and whites, mimicking the great outdoors. The upholstered headboard is covered in fabric from Robert Allen.

Photo via Cottages and Gardens

For a similar look try Robert Allen’s Luxury Comfort fabric in Snow.

Robert Allen's Luxury Comfort in Snow at DecoratorsBest

This bold print works well in the Hampton Estate, home of Patricia Herrera Lansing, daughter of designer Carolina Herrera.

Photo via Habitually Chic

For a similar look in your home try Schumacher’s Carmel Coastline Print in Violet.

Schumacher's Carmel Coastline Print in Violet at DecoratorsBest

We couldn’t write a post about the Hamptons without featuring the famous Hampton Jitney.

Hamptons Jitney

This Fabricut jade fabric is pretty close to the Jitney’s signature green color.

Fabricut Bellagio - Jadeat DecoratorsBest

One thing there is plenty of in the Hamptons is traffic. With this Cole and Son wallpaper you can leave the traffic at home.

Cole and Son Automania in Black at DecoratorsBest

You don’t have to live in the Hamptons to enjoy these great fabrics and wallcoverings. Visit DecoratorsBest.com to outfit your home with these luxury looks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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