How would you like this for a summer house? Located in Bridgehampton on Eastern Long Island, this lovely abode was the site of this year’s Hampton Designer Showhouse. I visited with my Mom earlier in the summer and we had a great time perusing all of the amazing rooms put together by talented interior designers like Tobi Fairley, Pheobe Howard, India Hicks, and many more. The truth is, there’s probably never going to be a time in my life when I will be invited inside one of these incredible Hamptons houses (I’m not friends with any millionaires currently), so besides being amazing to see the great things that the interior designers do, it’s also just super fun to get a peek inside these amazing mansions. A million rooms, a gigantic airy kitchen, a pool house in the backyard, (plus an amazing pool), a bedroom with a terrace…yup, I could get used to that mighty quick….if I had an extra $14,495,000 laying around. Yeah, that’s the list price for the house.
There’s the pool house, with the interior designed by Bakes and Kropp.
I LOVED the pool house. Basically everything about it was just perfectly inviting and fresh, crisp but warm. It had this perfect airy, relaxed-elegant vibe. I love the subtle pattern on the couch which coordinates perfectly with the patterned curtains, the color of the wicker chairs, the slate floors with a natural rug on top, and the perfect warm shade of gray on the walls.
I loved these baskets with the towels in them. Beachy-chic!
This was probably my favorite bedroom, designed by Phoebe Howard. Lots to love in this soothing blue sanctuary, starting with the canopy bed and the beautiful abstract art on the wall.
I ADORE that bedding! So beautiful. Also (you can only see a glimpse), that antique looking blue and ivory rug…beautiful. Also love the chambray-looking bench with the books. It all coordinates so perfectly.
See how they hung a picture inside the canopy? So interesting.
Cozy writing desk next to the bed. Right out the window you can see a view of the backyard and pool. Sigh.
Pretty amazing seashell mirror.
Loved this colorful hallway console vignette. Big fan of that lucite tray!
There was tons more to see but that’s just my favorite highlights. Anyway, the showhouse is over for this year (it ended on September 1st), but it’s an annual event so if you’re in the area definitely consider going next year!