The Holiday House Hamptons Show House is officially open! We got an exclusive tour of the space, which is being presented by Hamptons Cottages & Gardens magazine and taking place at Watchcase, Sag Harbor, a 130-year old former factory renovated into industrial-chic apartments. A stellar list of interior designers took to the space to create rooms that are youthful yet full of that quintessential Hamptons style. Check out the fresh & easy decorating ideas we saw in our favorite rooms at the show house:
Designer & architect Campion Platt transformed a penthouse master bedroom inspired by “Spring Awakening.” The space features stunning hand-painted lilies on the wall and a light fixture that echoes the flowers’ petals. We like how he complemented the painted blossoms with a head board covered in a more structured green geometric fabric from Beacon Hill. The bathroom, feels inviting thanks to the special touch Platt added: a wicker tray filled with luxurious bath toiletries. What an easy & fast way to make guests feel right at home!
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|Beacon Hill Fabric||Beacon Hill Fabric||York Wallpaper||Clarke & Clarke Wallpaper|
James “Ford” Huniford
James “Ford” Huniford’s room is a true testament to our prediction that spaces filled entirely with neutral hues is a hot trend in the Hamptons. Huniford, choosing to reflect the Labor Day Holiday in his room, brought the outdoors in with large plants & a table resembling a tree trunk and mixed it with urban pieces. The result is a perfect balance of city-meets-beach side.
|Fabricut Fabric||Chandra Pillow||Ryan Studio Pillow||York Wallpaper|
Multi-talented clothing, textile & fashion designer Tamara Magel breathed life into the closet of her space by installing a cheerful wallpaper pattern (her own design)–A great idea that anyone can use to liven up an old closet area. The dresses and tunic pictured in the closet are also Tamara’s original designs!
|Schumacher Wallpaper||Ralph Lauren Wallpaper||Schumacher Wallpaper||Schumacher Wallpaper|
Jennifer Going Interiors
The wood panel that’s inset into the headboard (an antique find from Indonesia) of designers Jennifer Going’s & Stephen Czeck’s bedroom has us wanting to DIY our own! We like how they mixed different ethnic patterns to create an eclectic vibe. The watercolor wall was made by blowing up the scale of a watercolor painting from local artist Lisa Mascali, and turning it into wallpaper.
|Schumacher Wallpaper||Lee Jofa Fabric||Duralee Fabric||Robert Allen Fabric|
West Chin Architects, PLLC
West of West Chin Architects, PLLC hit the nail on the head with light fixtures showcasing bulbs entangled in nautical rope, a focal point that really sets the beach house tone. West also used back-to-back seating, which is a trend that we recommend you consider–it’s great for entertaining because guests can congregate in small groups and it provides several comfortable places for them to sit without sacrificing too much space.
Chandeliers – ‘Naughty Bubbles’ by Lindsey Adelman
|Greenhouse Fabric||Surya Pillow||Surya Pillow||Kravet Sheer Fabric|
Sunday June 29, 2014 – Monday, September 1, 2014
Hours: Everyday 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
15 Church Street
Sag Harbor, New York
General admission $35
Information and tickets: holidayhousehamptons.com
- Bjørnen Design
- Brady Design
- Campion Platt
- Dale Cohen Studio
- Elizabeth Dow Home
- Elsa Soyars Interior Design
- Huniford Design
- Milly de Cabrol LTD
- Scott Formby
- Studio MRS
- Tamara Magel Home
- Thom Flicia
- Vicente Wolf
- West Chin Architects & Interior Designers
- New York Design Center
- Beacon Hill
- California Closets
- Corcoran Sunshine
- FENDI Casa
- Hamptons Cottages & Gardens (HC&G)
- Hyland Magazine
- Kalamazoo Outdoor Gourmet
- Porsche of Southhampton
- Spiked Seltzer
- Systems Design Co.
- Walters Wicker
- Wells Fargo