The seating areas of the living room, established by furnishings covered in white fabric, are interrupted by a centered traditional, round table.
Black-and-white marble tiles offer enough pattern to make the mostly empty entry hall interesting.
On the other side of the entry hall, the kitchen-dining room is well-edited with minimal accessories punctuating perimeters of white and stainless steel. "Everyone loves an eat-in kitchen, especially in a second home," says Laslo. "If Ken needs additional space for entertaining, he can easily set additional tables in the entry hall that we purposely kept bare."
An Andy Warhol Campbell's soup can lithograph hangs on the wall above a casual bench painted red. Hydrangeas picked from Ken's garden pop on the dark wood dining table.
In the master bedroom, a tufted linen headboard introduces contemporary lines. White bed linens with beige embroidery complete the ensemble.
In front of the fireplace, a pair of slipper chairs provide spots to read a book from the collection Ken houses in built-in bookshelves.
In the master bath, the mirror runs the length of the double vanity, with sconces and a round window cutting into the space.
The beautifully landscaped backyard is anchored by a swimming pool.
Ken (seated) with friend and designer Larry Laslo.
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East Hampton Summer Home
An apparel exec dresses his new Georgian home in the Hamptons in impeccable style