You might think be thinking you are having a deja vu with this post and rest assured, you aren’t! This is Take 2 of my Hamptons Designer Show House by Traditional Home. Due to some blogging politics, the post has been edited to become a new and improved better version of it’s former self! So let’s try this again, from the top…….
In early August we were in Water Mill, NY and I had the opportunity to go the Traditional Home Designer Showhouse which is fantastic!
I love the deep blue color on the walls in the entry, LOTS of pattern.
Show houses are an opportunity for designers to experiment and have fun.
I like the nail head details on the grasscloth.
How fun is Tobi Fairley’s colorful bedroom with her pretty new fabrics!
How neat are those green lamps!
Love these unique vintage prints Tobi framed
I love the detailed tape on the roman shade in the adjoining bathroom.
The master bedroom, designed by Ron Fiore of Hickory Chair, is soothing in its soft color palette.
A sporty look & nod to Polo in a bedroom designed by Joy Tribout.
This chic Keith Carroll bedroom really uses dark purple well, it feels a little “Mad Men-ish” to me. The lamps are hard to see in this picture but they are really cool. The ceilings are really high so the large repeat on the wallpaper feels right. Purple, grey and yellow is a great color combination.
Tilton Fenwick designed the downstairs living room. I love the olive green back to back armless sofas!
This banquet seating in Eddie Lee’s guest suite caught my eye – great use of colors and textures.
I love the floral fabric on the windows and how he trimmed it in purple and softened up the valance. Note the ceiling treatment too.
This large living room was designed by Lillian August, and it has a bit of a “bring the outside in” feeling with the wood beams, stone fireplace and large branches.
If you didn’t get to go I hope you enjoyed the tour!
Image Credits: Hamptons Designer Show House (1), Apartment Therapy (2-4), Tobi Fairley (5-9),KD Hamptons (6, 14), Fashion Snoops (7-8), Keith Carroll Design via personal communication (9-12) and via Nest by Tamara blog (13).