Huntting Lane

Our clients have called this 1950s East Hampton retreat home for 15 years. When they came to us looking to turn a new leaf, we wanted to bring the brightness and air found in the lush garden outside, teaming with trees and flowers, inside by brightening dark floors with bleached fir and dark walls with creamy white hand-done plaster, the composition of the rooms changed quickly. Every room is thoughtfully planned to optimize its potential while maintaining a cohesive design language throughout the home.

July 2019
John Berson
Karen Pelella
Brian Sawyer
Toshi Karato
Matt McKay
A striking 1950s Italian light from Kimcherova with black, red, and white pendants welcomes visitors The circular dining table is vintage Martin Visser and has been matched with a pair of Danish oak side chairs. We replaced the existing flooring with French limestone.
“We added the window over the stove because we needed more light...and a better view of the garden.”
Brian Sawyer

The living room is a cozy and welcoming space packed with furniture grouped around a coffee table by Kelly Wearstler. The generous seating allows visitors to take in the lush garden that beckons beyond two windows.

Wrapped in a canopy of garden green, the primary bedroom offers the perfect space to retreat from the hectic world. Everything is done simply, from the white Sacco rug to the light gray curtains by Dedar and the chair was reupholstered in Claremont Fabric.