The second annual Holiday House Hamptons is underway with this year’s interiors set within a 130 year old renovated factory in Sag Harbor, New York. The showcase features three luxury condos brought to life by 18 designers – the proceeds of which serve to benefit The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Gorgeous design for a great cause what’s not to love?
Each of the 18 designers involved in this year’s showcase where instructed to chose a holiday theme on which to base their designs. Creating one of the event’s most impactful spaces, designer James Huniford chose a Labor Day theme referencing early 20th century buildings. While the ceilings were left exposed to reveal rustic 130 year old yellow pine beams Huniford made a counterpoint with cubist armchairs, a swing inspired by Arne Jacobsen’s Egg chair and a variety of contemporary pieces. The hanging wood sculpture is by Louise Nevelson, the chandelier by Apparatus.
Set within one of the newly constructed units on the property, Scott Formby’s playful pool-house lounge design was inspired by an August holiday in Italy.
Also set within one of the newly constructed units, West Chin Architects & Interior Designers outfitted a living and dining space in a calming medley of clean-lined furnishings, soft pastels and nautical inspired lighting by Lindsey Adelman.
Photo by Riki Snyder Photography
Working within the same 130 year old space as James Huniford, designer Tamara Magel created a bedroom retreat for an imagined “day’s idyll on a boat”. The room boasts a mix of natural textures and contemporary pieces including sconces from Apparatus, a vintage Stilnovo chandelier, a gorgeous side table by Caste Design and large framed art by Peter Buchman. Holiday House Hamptons is open from 11 AM to 5 PM daily through September 1, 2014. General admission is $35. Visit holidayhousehamptons.com for additional information and ticket purchase.
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