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2011 Hampton Designer Showhouse: First Floor
Luxury prevails on the first floor of this showhouse
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The warm summer months beckon with beach trips and much-needed relaxation. For a perfect weekend getaway packed full of stylish stops, look no further than the Hamptons. In the 2011 Hampton Designer Showhouse luxury prevailed, from casual spaces like Aurélien Gallet’s game room to Robert Stilin’s lavish dining room. Let’s meet the designers and take a tour of last year’s showhouse.
Showhouse Builder: Michael Cerbone, All Seasons General Contracting
Photography: John Bessler and Jonny Valiant
Skye Kirby Westcott, Living Room
The living room Skye Kirby Westcott designed for Lillian August had its share of challenges. The stone fireplace surround and lofty ceilings meant Westcott needed to capture guests’ attention at eye level. She balanced contemporary and classic styles to create a comfortable environment. A quiet palette compliments the space’s organic theme.
An antique dentist’s chair rests in front of the filled secretary cupboard. A pewter wingchair provides additional seating.
The console area is filled with antique accessories and reproductions—like the saint figure—giving the space a layered feel.
“Four different patterns, all within the same palette, provide depth and dimension without introducing more colors,” says Skye Kirby Westcott who designed the living room with the help of Angela Camarda.
Interior design: Skye Kirby Westcott and Angela Camarda, Lillian August, 32 Knight St., Norwalk, CT 06851; 203/847-1596, lillianaugust.com.
Living room—Sofa (“Eugenie XL Slipcovered Sofa” in vintage linen flax #1268002); coffee table (“Polines”#1264336); pair of carved tabourets (#1256831); area rug (Tabriz, 12x16 inches, #1268344); round table by fireplace (“Weston Center Table” #1194560); lamp on “Weston” table (“Carved Urn Lamp” #1219481); end table (“Partridge Café Table” #1194551); lamp on café table (“La Roche” #1258624); mirror (“Large Louis Phillipe Gold Mirror,” antique #1224848): Lillian August, 203/847-1596, lillianaugust.com.
Throw pillows on sofa (“Beige #7,” Muriel Brandolini Collection; drapery (“Beige #6,” Muriel Brandolini Collection): Holland & Sherry, 212/355-6241, hollandandsherry.com.
Fabrication: Lillian August Workroom, 203/847-1596 x 3032, lillianaugust.com.
Console area—Console (“Trestle Table,” antique #1189304); table lamp (“Arundel” #1251493); accessories on table: Lillian August, 203/847-1596, lillianaugust.com.
Saint figure by console (“Saint Serenity” #1231488, reproduction): Lillian August, 203/847-1596, lillianaugust.com.
Wing chair area—Wing chair (“Shelter Wing Chair” #1268297, in “Patton Pewter”); secretary (“Step Back Cupboard,” antique #1267506); desk chair (antique dentist’s chair, one-of-a-kind); stone pedestal (“Give It A Great Place Pedestal,” antique #1240965); chandelier (“Trina” #1267919): Lillian August, 203/847-1596, lillianaugust.com.
Wall finish (custom): Deux Femmes Decorative Art & Design, 203/545-1995, dfemmes.com.
Nina Freudenberger, Foyer
Designer Nina Freudenberger of Haus Interior doesn’t shy away from bold color and bright patterns. She incorporates both into her foyer space—offering a memorable welcome to guests. The double-height walls are drenched in a deep navy and serve as a soothing counterpoint to Freudenberger’s use of pattern—specifically, the yellow-and-gray “peacock print” Trina Turk fabric on the banquette and console.
Atop the vintage, wooden commode sits an antique fish sculpture and a table lamp by Haus Interior. The sea-inspired scene adds a bit of whimsy to the entryway.
The playful patterns and use of color continues with the custom benches and yellow-and-gray console, again covered in Trina Turk’s “peacock print.” A wide variety of artwork serves as eye candy, as does the “Japanese Banana Weave” wallpaper by Phillip Jefferies.
“I think we accomplished what we set out to achieve,” says Nina Freudenberger, who collaborated with Bryn Schuyler to design the foyer. “We worked with the architectural elements given to us, making sure it did not limit our creativity in the space.”
Interior design: Nina Freudenberger, owner and lead designer, and Bryn Schuyler, senior designer, Haus Interior, 250 Elizabeth St., New York, NY 10012; 212/741-0455, and 8211 W. 3rd St., Los Angeles, CA 90048; 323/951-0151, hausinterior.com.
Contractor: Prime Renovations Inc., 435 E. 79th St., Suite 3N, New York, NY 10075; 646/308-9253, primerenovationsnyc.com.
Entry—Wall paint (“Navy Masterpiece” #1652); ceiling paint (“Nimbus” #1465): Benjamin Moore & Co., 888/236-6667, benjaminmoore.com.
Decorative painter: Mark Chamberlain Fine Painting, 212/465-2558, markchamberlainpainting.com.
Chandelier (“Knotty Bubbles Chandelier,” by Lindsey Adams Adelman): Roll & Hill, 718/387-6132, rollandhill.com.
Area rug at front door (vintage/antique): ABC Carpet & Home, 212/473-3000, abchome.com.
Window-shade fabric (“Armagh Glazed Plain”/Ivory #62101); large trim (“Isolde Cotton Weave”/Midnight #64373); small trim (“Isolde Cotton Weave”/Steel #64370): Schumacher, 800/523-1200, fschumacher.com.
Through Royal Windows, 212/473-1111, royaldecorators.com.
Wallpaper panel (“Japanese Banana Weave”/Camel #1724): Phillip Jeffries Ltd., 800/576-5455, phillipjeffries.com.
Art over doorway (Marc Van Cauwenbergh Paintings): Kathleen Cullen Fine Arts, 212/463-8500, kathleencullenfinearts.com.
Seating area—Bench (custom): Haus Interior, 212/741-0455, hausinteiror.com. Bench fabric (“Peacock Print”/Driftwood #174282, by Trina Turk): Schumacher, 800/523-1200, fschumacher.com.
Pillows (“Prestwick Wool Satin”/Navy #51559 and “Prestwick Wool Satin”/Cadet #51557): Schumacher, 800/523-1200, fschumacher.com.
Sconce behind bench (“Knotty Bubbles Sconce”): Roll & Hill, 718/387-6132, rollandhill.com.
Hourglass table (vintage): John Salibello Antiques, 631/537-1484, johnsalibello.com.
Toward commode—Commode (vintage); mirror (vintage); fish sculpture on commode (vintage): John Salibello Antiques, 631/537-1484, johnsalibello.com.
Table lamp (vintage): Haus Interior, 212/741-0455, hausinterior.com.
Blue jar (vintage): Flair, 212/274-1750, flairhomecollection.com. Area rug (vintage/antique): ABC Carpet & Home, 212/473-3000, abchome.com.
Toward console—Console (custom); benches under console (custom): Haus Interior, 212/741-0455, hausinterior.com.
Console fabric (“Peacock Print”/Driftwood #174282, by Trina Turk ); bench fabric (“Zenyatta Mondatta”/Noir et Blanc #54792): Schumacher, 800/523-1200, fschumacher.com.
Art on wall over console (Untitled Etching #1, byQin Feng, 2009); art on console (August Waterfall, by Pat Steir, 2000, photogravure, aquatint and pochoir): Pace Prints, 212/421-3237, paceprints.com.
Light on console (vintage lamp): Haus Interior, 212/741-0455, hausinterior.com.
Area rug (vintage): ABC Carpet & Home, 212/473-3000, abchome.com.
Wall paint (“Navy Masterpiece” #1652): Benjamin Moore & Co., 888/236-6667, benjaminmoore.com.
Wallpaper (“Japanese Banana Weave”/Camel #1724): Phillip Jeffries Ltd., 800/576-5455, phillipjeffries.com.
Donald Schermerhorn, Family Room
This family room by Donald Schermerhorn is a collaboration of contrasts. Softened sweeps of color are scattered throughout the space in an effortless, yet purposeful manner. Antique and contemporary rugs are layered on top of one another. Overhead, a large-scale fan tops off the space.
Brown square tiles are hung on the wall behind the sofa covered in “Sandpiper” fabric by Kravet. Yellow, red, and purple pillows stick to the family room’s colorful theme.
The blue wall paint by Benjamin Moore is “softened by the artists’ hand,” notes Schermerhorn. The sections of color seem to designate different areas of the room.
“The mix allowed me to add color that moved around the room,” says designer Donald Schermerhorn of his use of layering colors and fabrics. “The varying sizes, textures, and patterns held the room together. One rug would have been too easy!”
Interior designer: Donald Schermerhorn, Schermerhorn Interior Design, 329 E. 63rd St., Suite C, New York, NY 10065; 212/355-5670, donaldschermerhorn.com.
Family room—Banquette in middle of room (“Omnibus”): Vladimir Kagan Couture, 212/689-0730, vladimirkagancouture.com.
Banquette fabric (“Sandpiper”/Natural #25823.1): Kravet, 888/457-2838, kravet.com.
Orange pillow fabric (“Jefferson”/Clay #8946); fuchsia pillow fabric (“Jefferson”/Rose #8946): Pindler & Pindler, 805/531-9090, pindler.com.
Tray on banquette: Crate & Barrel, 800/996-9960, crateandbarrel.com.
Round table by banquette (“Cream Lacquer Oval Drum Table” #RK-340, by Robert Kuo): McGuire, 415/241-1228, mcguirefurniture.com.
Ceiling fan (“Isis”): Big Ass Fan Co., 877/244-3267, bigassfans.com.
Ivory wall paint (“Ivory White” #925); blue wall paint (“Fiji” AF-525): Benjamin Moore & Co., 888/236-6667, benjaminmoore.com.
Circle art on mantel shelf (“Hoop”): Mariette Himes Gomez the Shop, 212/288-4971, gomezassociates.com.
Mantel shelf; bookcase stacks: Schermerhorn Interior Design, 212/355-5670, donaldschermerhorn.com.
Large urn on bookcase stack (“Grand Vase,” by Christian Astuguevieille): Holly Hunt, 312/661-1900, hollyhunt.com.
Chaise (custom): Avery Boardman, 800/634-6647, averyboardman.com.
Chaise fabric (“Sandpiper”/Natural #25823.1): Kravet, 888/457-2838, kravet.com.
Gold pillow on chaise (“Jefferson”/Maize #8946): Pindler & Pindler, 805/531-9090, pindler.com.
Brown-striped bolster pillow on chaise (“Tapa with Stripe”/Brown with White #5418): Fortuny, 212/753-7153.
Black-and-white table by chaise (“Woolie Woolie,” felt and steel, custom color): Katch Design Co., 718/963-2345, katchdesigncompany.com.
Lavender throw on chaise: Gracious Home, 800/338-7809, gracioushome.com.
Slip-covered chair (“Drappo Chair” #U-DRP-2734): Niedermaier, 212/888-8680, niedermaier.com.
Chair fabric (“Sandpiper”/Natural #25823.1): Kravet, 888/457-2838, kravet.com.
Table beside slip-covered chair (“Bubble Game Table”): Tucker Robbins, 212/355-3383, tuckerrobbins.com.
Table lamp: Hinson Lighting, 914/881-1473, hinsonlighting.com.
Upholstered screens: Schermerhorn Interior Design, 212/355-5670, donaldschermerhorn.com.
Striped rug (Haik Moroccan Kilim); area rug to right of striped rug (Zenega Moroccan carpet, c. 1940); area rug to left of striped rug (Glaoua Moroccan carpet, mid 20th-century); area rug under slip-covered chair (Glaoua Moroccan carpet, mid 20th-century): F.J. Hakimian, 212/371-6900, fjhakimian.com.
Sofa area—Sofa (custom): Avery Boardman, 800/634-6647, averyboardman.com.
Sofa fabric (“Sandpiper”/Natural #25823.1): Kravet, 888/457-2838, kravet.com.
Lilac pillow fabric: Duralee Fabrics, 800/275-3872, duralee.com.
Table in front of sofa (“Lucky Beam”/mini): Katch Design Co., 718/963-2345, katchdesigncompany.com.
Lamp behind sofa (“Pisa Table Lamp”/Bronze #BR77): Vaughan, 212/319-7070, vaughandesigns.com.
Brown square tiles behind sofa: Braun Brush Co., 800/645-4111, brush.com.
Robert Stilin, Dining Room
Modern traditionalist Robert Stilin embraces the beauty that is comfort. This is obvious when touring his dining room space. The dining chairs are covered with plush, toffee leather. And walls upholstered in fabric soften the room’s sculptural furnishings and paneling.
Sterling flatware and a glass water carafe by Georg Jensen accent Swedish white-veined green Kolmarden marble plates. A straw-and-raffia African Kuba cloth acts as a tablecloth and contrasts nicely with the dishware.
A pine armchair from Brazil offers simple seating for guests. Artwork by Douglas Gordon and Piotr Uklanski decorates the surrounding walls.
A French glass desk facing the window plays host to vintage pottery and an antique spotlight.
“The room has so much architecture in it that using strong forms was important,” says designer Robert Stilin of the dining room. “But they were forms with strong patina and character to give that organic edge.”
Interior designer: Robert Stilin, Robert Stilin, LLC, 74 Montauk Hwy, Suite 11, East Hampton, NY 11937; 631/329-7141, and 311 W. Broadway, New York, NY 10014; 646/726-4103, robertstilin.com.
Dining room—Wall covering (“Panorama”/Blue Stone #8747-04, by Larsen): Cowtan & Tout, 212/647-6900, cowtan.com.
Paint (“Classic Gray” #1548): Benjamin Moore & Co., 888/236-6667, benjaminmoore.com.
Drapery on large window and Roman shades flanking fireplace (“Milky”/Snow #8856-01, by Larsen); scrim shade on large window (“Lenon”/Greige #7504-03, by Larsen): Cowtan & Tout, 212/647-6900, cowtan.com.
Drapery hardware: Wainland’s, 800/843-9237, wainlands.com.
Drapery fabrication: Interiors by J.C. Landa, 718/932-6160.
Dining table (“Il Tavolo” by Giovanni Michelucci, Italy, c. 1981): Donzella, 212/965-8919, donzella.com.
Leather side chairs (by Maxime Olde, France, c. 1940s): Lon Hamaekers Gallery, 917/838-4548.
Dining arm chairs (Charles Dudouyt Arm Chairs, oak frame and leather upholstery, French, c. 1940s): R.E. Steele Antiques, 631/324-7812, resteele.1stdibs.com. Chandelier (“Adjustable 3-Arm Chandelier” by Stilnovo): John Salibello Antiques, 631/537-1484, johnsalibello.com.
Rug (Finnish flat Weave, Sweden, c. 1920-1930): F.J. Hakimian Inc., 212/371-6900, fjhakimian.com.
Anchor chains (hand-wrought, South Carolina, c. 18th century); pottery (vintage, 20th-century): Robert Stilin LLC, 631/329-7141, robertstilin.com.
Glass water carafe: Georg Jensen USA, 800/546-5253, georgjensen.com.
Stemmed wine glasses: Turpan, 631/324-2444, turpanonline.com.
Bench with leather straps (Art Moderne, France, c. 1970s): Bernd Goeckler Antiques, 212/777-8209, bgoecklerantiques.com.
Fireplace area—White leather chair (vintage leather lounge chair and ottoman, Brazil, c. 1970s): Robert Stilin LLC, 631/329-7141, robertstilin.com.
Art behind chair (The Prize, by Tom Sachs, 2007, mixed media, 20x20x9 inches); art over mantel (Sister Ray, by Damien Hurst, 2008/2009, metal, resin, and plaster pills and watercolor on canvas): Gagosian Gallery, 212/744-2313, gagosian.com.
Pottery on mantel (vintage, 20th-century); green crystal object (vintage): Robert Stilin LLC, 631/329-7141, robertstilin.com.
Pine chair area—Pine arm chair (by Jose Zanine Caldas, Brazil): R20th Century Gallery, 212/343-7979, r20thcentury.com.
Art behind pine chair, top left (Sorrow, 2010, by Damien Hurst, gold-plated stainless steel, glass, and cubic zirconia); art behind pine chair, bottom left (Self-Portrait of You + Me (Roy Orbison), by Douglas Gordon, 2007, smoke + mirror); art by pine chair, top right (Self-Portrait of You + Me (Grace Kelly), by Douglas Gordon, 2007, smoke, wax and mirror); art by pine chair, bottom right (Self-Portrait of You + Me (Freddie Mercury), by Douglas Gordon, 2007, smoke, wax, and mirror); large blue art in foreground (Yukon Sky, by Piotr Uklanski, 2010, fiber active dye on oxidized cotton textile stretched over cotton canvas): Gagosian Gallery, 212/744-2313, gagosian.com.
Place setting—Tablecloth (straw and raffia African Kuba Cloth): Robert Stilin LLC, 631/329-7141, robertstilin.com.
Plates (Swedish white-veined green Kolmarden marble plates, early 20th century): H.M. Luther, 212/439-7919, hmluther.com.
Flatware (“Acorn,” sterling flatware); tray (Verner Panton “Masterpiece Tray”): Georg Jensen USA, 800/546-5253, georgjensen.com.
Desk area—Desk (glass, by Rene Coulon, France, c. 1950s): Magen H Gallery, 212/777-8670, magenxxcentury.com.
Industrial bench: Wyeth, 212/243-3661, wyethome.com.
Industrial spotlight (c. 1940s): R.E. Steele Antiques, 631/324-7812, resteele.1stdibs.com.
Pottery (20th-century vintage pottery): Robert Stilin LLC, 631/329-7141, robertstilin.com.
Jennifer McGee, Breakfast Room
Shots of verdant green and cool blues play off the nearby pool and forest and amplify the otherwise neutral palette of this breakfast room designed by Jennifer McGee. Her favorite accessory in the space is the twig chandelier in the center of the room. Both organic and elegant, the lighting serves as a focal point.
Beautiful bird plates by Edwin Collins for ABC Carpet & Home are accessorized with custom placemats and tortoise shell napkin rings.
McGee custom designed the daybed in front of the bookcase. A wide assortment of accessories—from photographs to small statues—fills the solid wood shelves.
“When designing a space, there is an emotional connection that usually dictates the color and design,” says Jennifer McGee. Her breakfast room was wholeheartedly inspired by the Hampton’s natural beauty.
Interior design: Jennifer McGee, Jennifer McGee Design Inc., 41 Reynen Court, Ridgewood, NJ 07450; 201/447-2179, jennifermcgeedesign.com.
Breakfast room—Dining table (“Campagne Dining Table Top and base #9843-40 and #9844-10); dining chairs (“Linwood Side Chair” #1551-02, by Suzanne Kasler): Hickory Chair, 800/349-4579, hickorychair.com.
Chair-seat fabric (“Linara”/Clotted Cream #2494/106); green pillows on side chairs (“Lucien”/Chartreuse #7288/03): Romo, 800/338-2783, romo.com.
Twig chandelier (by Deanna Wish Designs, 724/598-7793, deannawish.com; through English Country Antiques, 631/537-0606, ecantiques.com.
Area rug (Ikat): Stark Carpet Corp., 212/752-9000, starkcarpet.com.
Counter stools (rope counter stools): custom.
Counter-stool fabric (“Lucien”/Chartreuse #7288/03): Romo, 800/338-2783, romo.com.
Bird plates (designed by Edwin Collins): ABC Carpet & Home, 212/473-3000, abchome.com.
Flatware (“Bamboo”): Juliska, 888/414-8448, juliska.com.
Placemats (custom); napkins (custom, linen); napkin rings (tortoise shell): Julia B, 203/329-8248, juliab.com.
Wine glasses; small vases: ABC Carpet & Home, 212/473-3000, abchome.com.
Shelves above windows: Eppley Building & Design, 973/636-9499, ebandd.com. Wall paint (custom color); ceiling paint (“Bone White”); trim paint (“White Dove” #OC-17): Benjamin Moore & Co., 888/236-6667, benjaminmoore.com.
Art on wall by window (Tropos Rounge VII, 2010, by Robert Kelly): Leslie Feely Fine Art, 212/988-0040.
Bookcase area—Bookcase (European combed white oak veneer and solid wood, hand-rubbed finish): Eppley Building & Design, 973/636-9499, ebandd.com.
Photographs in bookcase (Presbytere Saint-Mery, 1899, by Eugène Atget): Leslie Feely Fine Art, 212/988-0040.
Picture lights on bookcase: Vaughan Designs, 212/319-7070, vaughandesigns.com.
Daybed (custom design by Jennifer McGee): 201/447-2179, jennifermcgeedesign.com.
Daybed fabric (#LFY60458, discontinued): Ralph Lauren Home, 888/475-7674, ralphlaurenhome.com.
Daybed trim (“French Grosgrain”): Samuel & Sons, 212/704-8000, samuelandsons.com.
Table to left of daybed (“Nate Red Limed Oak Veneer End Table” #5335): Arteriors Home, 877/488-8866, arteriorshome.com.
Bird floor lamp (“Voliere Floor Lamp” #31805): The Conran Shop New York, 866/755-9079, conranusa.com.
Accessories: Jennifer McGee Design inc., 201/447-2179, jennifermcgeedesign.com.
Bob Bakes, Kitchen
Walnut serving trays tucked into the vertical niches of the center island add dark contrast to the otherwise all-white kitchen. Other noteworthy accents incorporated by designer Bob Bakes include: sleek hardware, functional cabinetry, and simple lighting.
Wicker baskets tucked under the stark white counters bring texture to the cooking space.
Designer Bob Bakes’ advice for putting together a winning room is to keep it simple. “There is nothing worse than an overdone space, or one that’s too contrived,” he says.
Interior design: Bob Bakes, Bakes and Co., 3253 Noyac Rd., Sag Harbor, NY 11963; 631/725-1010, bakesandcompany.com.
Kitchen—Cabinetry (“Colonial”): Bakes and Co., 631/725-1010, bakesandcompany.com.
Cabinetry hardware: Atlas Homewares, 800/799-6755, atlashomewares.com.
Refrigerator: Sub-Zero, 800/222-7820, subzero-wolf.com.
Range: Wolf, 800/222-7820, subzero-wolf.com.
Countertops and sink (Carrara marble): MGO Stone, 631/851-0750, mgostone.com.
Island faucet: Kohler, 800/456-4537, kohler.com. Bar stools (“Serpentine Bar Stools”); pendant lights over island: English Country Antiques, 631/537-0606, ecantiques.com.
Paint: Benjamin Moore & Co., 888/236-6667, benjaminmoore.com.
Katie Ridder, Rear Hall
Designer Katie Ridder selected a sea-inspired teal-and-white wallpaper from her collection for Holland & Sherry to coat the walls of the rear hallway. An ivory-framed mirror hangs on the wall above the commode, accessorized by red jars, a wire leaf sculpture, and beautiful travel books.
Inspired by the seaweed and crabs that occupy Long Island’s beach, designer Katie Ridder picked the bright wallpaper to liven up the hallway off the kitchen and pool entry.
Interior design: Katie Ridder, Katie Ridder Design & Decoration, 432 Park Ave. S., 11th Floor, New York, NY 10016; 212/779-9080, katieridder.com.
Rear hall—Wallpaper (“Crab”/Aegean #110-03, Katie Ridder Collections): Holland & Sherry, 212/355-6241, hollandandsherry.com.
Mirror (“Chandler Mirror”); commode (“Hollister Cabinet”); fabric panels on commode (“Private Label Horsehair”/Turquoise Gray): Roman Thomas, 212/473-6774, romanthomas.com.
Red jars on commode; wire leaf sculpture on commode: Mecox Gardens East Hampton, 800/487-4854, mecoxgardens.com.
Eddie Lee, Guest Living Room
Designer Eddie Lee’s living room is tucked away in the guest wing. A blue L-shaped sofa runs nearly the entire width of the space. Offering total tranquility, the room enjoys poolside views and boasts a bright pastel palette.
A vintage, floor-length mirror gives the illusion of a larger space. The lounge chair covered in sky blue fabric by Jane Churchill for Cowtan & Tout elaborates on the color scheme.
The large painting resting above the white commode titled Dark Skate/Pasadena Hill 2011 by Lia Halloran is a great conversation piece. The dark colors add drama to the subtle living room.
Lee dropped jaws with this 1960s Venini glass chandelier. The lighting draws eyes upward, calling attention to the sweeping ceilings.
“We envisioned the living room as a retreat for guests to have their own personal space,” says designer Eddie Lee.
Interior design: Eddie Lee, Eddie Lee Inc., 150 W. 25th St., Suite 404, New York, NY 10001; 212/868-3385, eddieleeinc.com.
Guest living room, toward window—Sectional sofa (custom): Eddie Lee Inc., 212/868-3385, eddieleeinc.com.
Sofa fabric (“Darwin”/Sky Blue #J624F-06, by Jane Churchill); lavender pillow (“Colorado”/Lilac #4625-07, by Manuel Canovas); floral pillow (“Beauregard”/Fuchsia and Rose #4709-03, by Manuel Canovas); green pillow (“Colorado”/Verveine #4625-17, by Manuel Canovas): Cowtan & Tout, 212/647-6900, cowtan.com.
Chandelier (“Venini Glass Chandelier,” Italian, 1960s): Venfield, 212/588-9436, venfieldnyc.com.
Roman shade and valance fabric (“Miramas”/Ciel #4708-02, by Manuel Canovas): Cowtan & Tout, 212/647-6900, cowtan.com.
Shade and valance trim (“1.5-inchFrench Grosgrain Ribbon”/Lilac #977-44932-166): Samuel & Sons, 212/704-8000, samuelandsons.com.
Wall fabric (“Kyoto II”/Bone #6056-802): Designtex, designtex.com.
Ceiling grasscloth (“Whitewell Wallpaper”/Glynde Teal #P514-02, by Designers Guild): Osborne & Little, 212/751-3333, designersguild.com.
White trim paint (“Decorators White,” satin): Benjamin Moore & Co., 888/236-667, benjaminmoore.com.
Blue wall trim (“1.5-inch French Grosgrain Ribbon”/Azure #977-44932-090): Samuel & Sons, 212/704-8000, samuelandsons.com.
Area rug (custom, “Shangri-La”): Patterson, Flynn & Martin, 212/688-7700, pattersonflynnmartin.com.
Art above sofa (Glass Ceiling, 2-298, by Jill Greenberg): ClampArt Gallery, 646/230-0020, clampart.com.
Coffee table (lucite-and-glass, vintage 1960s): Eddie Lee Inc., NY 10001; 212/868-3385, eddieleeinc.com.
Console table beside sofa (antique Swedish end table with marble top): Greenwich Living Antiques, 203/274-5130.
Lamp on console table (glazed ceramic, vintage 1960s): Eddie Lee Inc., NY 10001; 212/868-3385, eddieleeinc.com.
Reading lamp by sofa (“Dinmore Floor Lamp”/Brass #SL20, discontinued, for similar, “Savona Hooded Floor Lamp”/Brass #SL40/BR): Vaughan Designs, 212/319-7070, vaughandesigns.com.
Pair of fauteuils by window (“Maison Jansen Armchairs,” c. 1950, in original fabric): Greenwich Living Antiques, 203/274-5130.
Log table (“Golden Stump Table”): C.S. Post & Co., 888/419-2399, cspost.com.
Art behind fauteuil (Illumine, 2011, by Michael Velliquette): DCKT Contemporary, 212/741-9955, dcktcontemporary.com.
Floor-length mirror (vintage 1930s pressed tin tile frame mirror): Eddie Lee Inc., NY 10001; 212/868-3385, eddieleeinc.com.
Lounge chair by mirror (Wormley armchair, 1950s): Stellar Union, stellarunion.com.
Chair fabric (“Darwin”/Sky Blue #J624F-06, by Jane Churchill): Cowtan & Tout, 212/647-6900, cowtan.com.
Table beside lounge chair (“Gavin Table” #GA600-AB): by Matthew Studios, 917/675-2117, matthewstudiosny.com; through A. Rudin, 212/644-3766, arudin.com.
Reading light by lounge chair (“Dinmore Floor Lamp”/Brass #SL20, discontinued, for similar, “Savona Hooded Floor Lamp”/Brass #SL40/BR): Vaughan Designs, 212/319-7070, vaughandesigns.com.
Large painting over commode (Dark Skate/Pasadena Hill 2011, by Lia Halloran): DCKT Contemporary, 212/741-9955, dcktcontemporary.com.
Commode (French Second Empire painted cabinet, c. 1880): Lee Calicchio Ltd., 212/588-0841, leecalicchioltd.com.
Brass lamp (vintage brass lamp, American, c. 1960s); obelisks (vintage marble obelisks, Italian, c. 1970s); chair beside commode (Eames wire chair with white bikini top, 1950s): Eddie Lee Inc., NY 10001; 212/868-3385, eddieleeinc.com.
Keith Carroll, Guest Bedroom
Scalamandre wallpaper inspired Keith Carroll’s guest bedroom design. The traditional, yet out-there pattern called for fabrics, furnishings, and art that could hold their own against its bold pattern.
Shots of purple and a wide range of textures—cut velvets and silks, to name a couple—inject a dash of luxury and sophistication.
Wall artwork and a white parchment table accessorize a welcoming sofa decorated with pillows.
“It’s a bedroom of world travelers with great taste,” says designer Keith Carroll. “Their refuge at home.”
Interior design: Keith Carroll, Keith Carroll Design, 10 Jones St., New York, NY 10014; 917/386-4306, keithcarrolldesign.com.
Guest room—Wall covering (“Chien de Pompeii”/Buttercream #WP81540/004); drapery (“Shirred Stripe”/Charcoal and Ivory #121M-011): Scalamandré, 800/932-4361, scalamandre.com.
Drapery fabrication: Material Things Inc., 318/699-8964. Drapery hardware: Restoration Hardware, 800/910-9836, restorationhardware.com.
Window blinds (“Landscape Birch”): D&D Window Tech Inc., 212/688-1181.
Ceiling paint (“Silver Bells” #1458); trim paint (“Metro Gray” #1459): Benjamin Moore & Co., 888/236-6667, benjaminmoore.com.
Bed (custom): Sterling Upholstery, 212/243-1878. Headboard fabric (“Rasone”/Violetto #36295/39); trim (“Rasonné”/Grigio Chiarissimo #36295-042): Scalamandré, 800/932-4361, scalamandre.com.
Duvet and pillow shams (“Selvaggia Jacquard”/Blue, White); bed linens (“Novencento Jacquard”): Pratesi Linens, 212/288-2315, pratesi.com.
Bed skirt fabric (“Rasone”/Violetto #36295/039): Scalamandré, 800/932-4361, scalamandre.com.
Bed-skirt trim (“1.5-inch French Grosgrain Ribbon”/Mist #977-44932-689): Samuel & Sons, 212/704-8000, samuelandsons.com.
Round table beside bed (“Louis XVI-Style Gueridon Table” #FM290): John Boone Inc., 212/758-0012, johnbooneinc.com.
Table lamp (“Glass Blob Lamp”/Amethyst #GLB 31, by Porta Romana); lamp shade (“Cylinder Prune Silk Shade”): Zoffany, 212/319-7220, zoffany.com.
Art above bed (Composition on Paper, by Esteban Vicente): Vered Gallery, 631/324-3303, veredart.com.
Chest to right of bed (Niagara 3-Drawer Chest” #NIA-130-97): Bungalow 5, 212/947-1500, bungalow5.com.
Table lamp (“Glass Blob Lamp”/Amethyst #GLB 31, by Porta Romana); lamp shade (“Cylinder Prune Silk Shade”): Zoffany, 212/319-7220, zoffany.com.
Portrait of nude (by Benjamin Mendoza): Joel Mathieson Fine Art, 347/595-1655.
Chandelier (“Lartigue Chandelier” #MCL/13-6): Porta Romana, portaromana-usa.com, through Zoffany, 212/319-7220, zoffany.com.
Carpet (jute): Sacco Carpet, 212/226-4344, saccocarpet.com.
Slipper chair by window (custom): Sterling Upholstery, 212/243-1878. Chair fabric (“Aquarius”/Grey and Cream #26754-006): Scalamandré, 800/932-4361, scalamandre.com.
Lounge chair (custom): Sterling Upholstery, 212/243-1878. Lounge-chair fabric (“Louis Check”/Grey on Crème #36333-002); pillow on lounge chair (“Caserta Floral”/Greys on Aqua #26869-005): Scalamandré, 800/932-4361, scalamandre.com.
Gueridon table beside lounge chair (“Le Petit Tableau Side Table”): John Boone Inc., 212/758-0012, johnbooneinc.com.
Art behind lounge chair: designer’s collection. Dog bed (“Snoopy Bed,” custom): Sterling Upholstery, 212/243-1878.
Sofa (custom): Sterling Upholstery, 212/243-1878.
Sofa fabric (“Genie”/Steel on Beige #26854-004); sofa trim (“Rasonné”/Grigio Chiarissimo #36295-042): Scalamandré, 800/932-4361, scalamandre.com.
Moroccan throw (“Marrakesh”): Anichini, 800/553-5309, anichini.com.
Pillows on sofa (“Caleido”/Viola Scuro #36301-028 and “Panarea”/Grigio Acciaio #36296-053); small pillow on sofa (“Caserta Floral”/Greys on Aqua #26869-005): Scalamandré, 800/932-4361, scalamandre.com.
Sconces behind sofa (“Library Wall Light”/Nickel #SWL/06-1, by Porta Romana): Zoffany, 212/319-7220, zoffany.com.
Art above sofa (Buckets and Records, byJohn Rosis): Gerald Bland Inc., 212/987-8505, geraldblandinc.com.
Table in front of sofa (mid-century parchment table): Tom Thomas Gallery, 212/688-6100, tomthomasgallery.com.
Art in bathroom (Piranesi Collage, by James Lamantia): Gerald Bland Inc., 212/987-8505, geraldblandinc.com.
Meg Braff, Butler’s Pantry
Designer Meg Braff made the most of this pantry’s small space by wrapping the room’s walls in a robin’s egg blue patterned wallpaper. White cabinets with chrome hardware compliment the marble countertops, as well as the ceiling’s silver wallpaper.
“I liked the idea something nautical and summery, yet sophisticated,” says designer Meg Braff of picking the palette and patterns featured in showhouse’s pantry.
Interior design: Meg Braff and Elly Poston, Meg Braff Designs, 92 Forest Ave., Locust Valley, NY 11560, 516/801-4939, megbraffdesigns.com.
Pantry—Wallpaper (“Sasa”/Robin’s Egg on White): Meg Braff Designs, LLC, 516/801-4939, megbraffdesigns.com.
Cabinetry (“Colonial”): Bakes and Co., 631/725-1010, bakesandcompany.com.
Cabinetry hardware: Atlas Homewares, 800/799-6755, atlashomewares.com.
Countertops (Carrara marble): MGO Stone, 631/851-0750, mgostone.com.
Faucets: Kohler, 800/456-4537, kohler.com.
Chandelier (vintage): Meg Braff Designs, 516/801-4939, megbraffdesigns.com.
Silver vase; Bowl for fruit: Arteriors Home, 877/488-8866, arteriorshome.com.
Round carafes: Simon Pearce, 800/774-5277, simonpearce.com.
More 2011 Hampton Designer Showhouse
A special thank-you to the showhouse sponsors: Benjamin Moore, Bevolo, California Closets, Century, Circa Lighting, Georg Jensen, Gloster, Hickory Chair, Lillian August, Mirage Floors, and Schumacher.