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WHEN THE ANNUAL HAMPTONS DESIGN GUIDE WAS LAUNCHED SEVERAL YEARS ago, we never could have guessed that it would become the juggernaut it is today. Chock-full of information and advice for making your way through the wondrous and occasionally perplexing worlds of decorating, architecture, real estate, and landscape design, it’s tailor-made for both consumers and design professionals who are looking for or moving into a new home, building a dream house of their own, getting down to the fun stuff (decorating!), or simply on the hunt for excellent shopping resources on the East End. This sixth annual edition will keep you up-todate and informed so that you can make wise decisions as you move into sometimes uncharted territory. If you are not sure whether to rent or to buy, if you tend to become confused by the difference between annuals and perennials or natives and nonnatives, and if you find yourself scratching your head over the pros and cons of using marble or porcelain tile in the kitchen and bath, we’ve got the answers from some of the industry’s top experts. Additionally, our “Ultimate Shopping Guide” (page 158) is updated every year, so you can shop with abandon all the way from Gabreski Airport to the lighthouse on the tip of Montauk. Hold on to this guide and tuck it into your bag for safekeeping—it will be dog-eared before you know it!Kendell Cronstrom Editorial Director
would be gone in a week if we didn’t hold back half the distribution till mid-season. Accordingly, the first drop of this brand-new 2023 edition arrives in tandem with a celebratory reveal on May 5 at Nemo Tile + Stone in Water Mill, where most of the advertisers and contributing design professionals who are featured within will be in attendance. Anticipation is high as we wait for the copies to arrive, and then everyone races through the pages to find their coverage.
The second release, on July 1, will be distributed at familiar locations where you can always find the latest issue of HC&G. So why is The Hamptons Design Guide in such demand? Because it introduces design professionals to one another as well as to Hamptons homeowners, many of whom are still relatively new to the market and eagerly welcome this guide, as it’s brimming with contacts and advice about designing and decorating homes on the East End. And, of course, there’s “The List,” a comprehensive tally of all the design professionals whose work has been featured in HC&G during the past year, as well as the winners and finalists of the 2022 Hamptons Innovation in Design Awards.
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Whether you are buying a new house, renting a summer getaway, or otherwise involved in the fascinating but sometimes complicated world of East End real estate, never fear: Our experts have provided all the answers to your questions right here
“For sure. It’s an opportunity to get into a fabulous location at a lower price and realize your dream.” —Ann Ciardullo
“Redoing a fixer-upper requires a lot of thought and presents unique challenges. If you’re buying for yourself, go slowly and think wisely.” —Keith Green
“It depends on the entry price and the location, plus the cost to fix it up. And whether you plan on holding on to it for a while or flipping it.” —Pat Garrity
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“To do fixer-uppers, you need to have what I call a sharp pencil: Always try to buy materials at bulk to get a discount and do as much work as you can to save on labor costs. And get as much help and education as you can from your town to make sure that what you’re doing meets code.”
“Fixer-uppers make a lot of sense, but only if you have an eye and the time for executing sensible home improvements.”
“Screened porches are the best investment you can put on a house, especially if you’re near the water. They’re much better than tennis courts, since people usually play at their club with friends. Screened porches, especially heated ones, can become an extra room.” —Bill Williams
“Nowadays, people are looking for well-built four-season properties in the Hamptons— places they can use in the winter, spring, summer, and fall. The days of casual summer homes are over.” —Keith Green
“New construction is the No. 1 sought-after product— even more so than location. And in terms of colors, white, white, and more white is still the way to go.” —Pat Garrity
“People are stepping away from gas stoves and going to electric ones.” —Bill Williams
“The house should look as vanilla as possible so buyers can picture themselves living there. That means no family pictures or trinkets from faraway places.” —Ann Ciardullo
“Get rid of clutter and invest in minor landscaping for curb appeal.” —Stacy
“First impressions really do count. When you drive up, you want it to be a wow: landscaping, a walkway, fencing. And cleanliness is so important. With rentals, one of the first things clients do is open the fridge— so make sure it’s clean.” —Bill
“Some people have an old 1950s ranch in great shape but not decorated well, and they think they can get the same price as brand-new construction, but it doesn’t work that way. Sellers need to listen to the demands of the market.”
“Before listing, homeowners should have all their permits in place. Many a deal has fallen apart when a buyer discovers that the Certificate of Occupancy is not up to date and work needs to be done in order to get a new Certificate of Occupancy.” —Pat Garrity
“There are no dealbreakers, just issues that need to be resolved. We always tell buyers and sellers to be kind to each other—that’s how deals get done.”
1. “Energy-efficient construction and finished basements.”
2. “Beautiful outdoor kitchens.”
3. “En suite bedrooms, and bedrooms on the first floor.” —Pat Garrity
4. “Pickleball courts. They’re the most popular thing in the world right now!”
“Issues concerning wetlands and setbacks. People sometimes put up a fence over the property line, or the setbacks are too close to the property line. And additions without permits and sheds on properties that don’t meet code can be problematic— sometimes, there’s nowhere to put the shed.” —Bill Williams
5. “Contemporary houses with flat-top roofs and decks on them— particularly near the ocean.”
“Same as always: Price!” —Stacy Meyrowitz
“If you want to make changes to your new home, pay attention to local zoning laws.” —Pat Garrity
“Stay on top of important repairs.” —Stacy Meyrowitz
“It’s often recommended that buyers not do anything structural to a new house for one year. Live in it for a while, and then think about major construction.”
“Make friends with contractors and get brokers’ referrals for plumbers, handymen, and landscapers.” —Bill Williams
“Maintenance is key, particularly in the Hamptons, where lots of salt air and frequent family entertaining can be tough on homes. You’re investing money to be able to live so close to New York City, and maintaining your home is about maintaining value.”
“A good agent can and should be able to stage a listing for little or no expense.”—Stacy Meyrowitz
“Staging is very important if a property is dated, and visual appeal on internet listings is paramount.” —PatGarrity
“It’s not so much about staging but more about whether a house looks great when you walk in the door or needs sprucing up or emptying out. The second most important thing after ‘location, location, location’ is ‘first impressions, first impressions, first impressions.’” —KeithGreen
“It depends on the property. We recently had to go in with a SWAT team to declutter a new listing, and it made a huge difference.”—Ann Ciardullo
“All types of staging can be extremely helpful, but when a house is staged digitally, it’s crucial to tell potential clients that it’s a rendering, because it’s kind of a bummer if they walk into the house and it’s empty.” —BillWilliams
“Homes are wondrous, complicated things. Buying or renting sight unseen is a fool’s mission.” —Keith Green
“People don’t even come out to look at 50 percent of rentals. I have had a few sight-unseen sales, but only because buyers knew the location and intended to knock down the existing home.” —Ann
“Many clients from overseas rent sight unseen, and FaceTime tours have made things easier. But I don’t know anyone who has bought a house sight unseen.”
“There is always a risk, although technology has minimized it with walkthrough videos.” —Pat Garrity
“The combination of the countryside, the seaside, and the light, along with sophisticated and accomplished people. There is no other place like it.” —Pat Garrity
“Buyers in the Hamptons are more discerning than in other markets. High expectations lead to a high yield on investments.” —StacyMeyrowitz
“It’s the premier playground for the greatest city on earth. Affluent New Yorkers are not going to start moving to New Jersey.” —KeithGreen
“The proximity to New York City. In an hour and a half, you can be sitting on the beach.” —Ann Ciardullo
“Wall Street drives our prices, so it’s a much different market. People tend to think of the Hamptons as just a second-home market, but it’s not—it’s a resort area. Prices are X in Miami and XX in Miami Beach, and the same goes here.”—Bill Williams
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BEFORE MEETING WITH AN ARCHITECT?
“Make a list of priorities of what you can’t live without and what is more of a whim.” —Pamela Glazer
“Home-makeover shows on reality television give the false idea that everything takes two weeks and costs two dollars. Considered design and good construction takes longer and costs more. So educate yourself about construction duration and budget.”—Bailey Humbert Heck
“Think about the number and type of rooms you want and how you want to live in your house. But leave lots of room for creativity, too.”—Alexander Gorlin
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“Share inspirational images you have collected with your architect and designer.” —Kitty McCoy
“Come to the first meeting prepared to discuss who you and your family are and how you see yourself using and living in your spaces, along with budget considerations and important aesthetic desires.”
“Robust utilities and a good building envelope—especially well-made windows and doors, since you’ll be interacting with them daily.”—Kitty McCoy
“Anything having to do with the tactile experience: natural materials on the floors, highquality door hardware, and excellent plumbing fittings.”—Bryan Young
“Higher-grade flooring is always worth the extra cost since it’s the dominant visual cue throughout a house.”—Alexander Gorlin
“Anything that calms the nerves and transports you to your happy place, like an oversize bathtub with a view or a den souped up with the latest technology.” —PamelaGlazer
“Good materials. You can always build smaller, but better. Less square footage can translate to better constructed square footage.” —BaileyHumbert Heck
“Technology. There’s no longer any excuse to have an energyinefficient home. We must build for the future.” —BryanYoung
“If the existing house is to be demolished but has historic features such as decorative wood paneling, columns, or prominent moldings, they’re worth saving. And if there is substantial historic value, you might want to explore renovations and additions, rather than demolition.”—Alexander Gorlin
“Everything within reason, but for different purposes. Metal piping and wiring can be recycled, old wood siding can be used for new cladding or finishes, and solid timbers can sometimes be repurposed for structural use. Vintage electrical fixtures can often be upgraded, and you can get tax credits for donating certain salvaged items, such as appliances.”—Bailey Humbert Heck
“Antique wide-plank flooring is always worth salvaging, as are antique beams for reuse.”—Kitty McCoy
“Anything with sentimental, emotional, or aesthetic value to the client, even if it’s cheaper to buy new rather than refurbish. From a design standpoint, it can be an amazing opportunity to incorporate history into a new project.”—Bryan Young
“One marked by mutual respect.” —Alexander Gorlin
“The ability to listen to each other and be clear about intentions.” —Pamela Glazer
“Trust, collaboration, and respect.” —Kitty McCoy
“Speaking more freely, with less formality, and a good joke here and there! I work better in jeans and a T-shirt than in a coat and tie.” —Bailey Humbert Heck
1. “Indoor/outdoor spaces and golf simulators.”
2. “Low-maintenance, sustainable materials and other green features, such as solar panels.” —Alexander Gorlin
3. “Top-of-the-line appliances and plumbing fixtures.”
4. “Cozy, inviting rooms, as opposed to open-concept floorplans.”
5. “Large bathrooms.”
“Dialogue—both speaking and listening. A healthy back-and-forth is essential.”
“It is important to be honest, give open feedback, have trust, and not stress about where to start.” —Bryan Young
“Generally, you get what you pay for, so don’t skimp on the fees. And make sure you have good chemistry with your architect, since it’s a long-term relationship.” —Alexander Gorlin
“You need to like the architect’s work and agree philosophically from the start.” —Pamela Glazer
“The design process isn’t always linear, and arriving at a great conclusion takes time. We never end at the same place we start, and that process of discovery is everything.” —Bryan Young
“The design and construction process can be enjoyable, but it takes some coordination to get things right. You should like and trust your architect— you’re not just hiring a portfolio of homes.” —BaileyHumbert Heck
“Leave the design to the architect— especially the overall concept, space, and forms. Finishes can be more informed by clients’ tastes.”—Alexander Gorlin
“Clients should definitely be involved with the design process but leave the review of shop drawings to the architect.”—Kitty McCoy
“The most valuable thing a client can bring to the process is open and honest communication. The architect will handle the ins and outs of the design concept, planning, and transfer of information to the team.” —BryanYoung
“Clients should set the mood: They need to lead the way in establishing the overall vibe for their home. Architects should do everything else, including steering the design decisions so that the final product has consistency.” —PamelaGlazer
“The program, the types of spaces the owners want and why they want them, and the architectural design direction. Architects can take it from there to start turning initial ideas into buildable design. And as designs develop, owner involvement is critical.”—Bailey Humbert Heck
“No two projects are the same, as every site has unique features. As an architect practicing in the Hamptons, I am fortunate to work with some of the best interior designers, landscape architects, contractors, and subcontractors in the business.”—Kitty McCoy
“The opportunity to be a bit more creative, as most of the houses we design are not our clients’ primary residences. And the craftspeople in the Hamptons can build amazing things.” —PamelaGlazer
“My Hamptons clients all have great taste and want to build something special for their friends and families to enjoy together. I love this level of shared care for the design.”
“So many talented builders and tradespeople of all types make it a joy to collaborate during the construction process. And in all our projects, we strive to capitalize on the beauty of the Hamptons—the water, the trees, the skies, and the light.” —Bryan Young
—Bailey Humbert Heck
“Photography, both for posterity and to establish the way the house is presented once complete.”—Alexander Gorlin
“Champagne, or a good bottle of red.”—Bailey Humbert Heck
“The punch list, along with final permit signoffs.” —PamelaGlazer
“A meticulous punch list along with a final back-check to make sure every little item gets done. And then comes the big party!”—Bryan Young
Audio Command Systems (ACS), the industry leader in home automation for more than forty years, takes pride in providing luxury homeowners with a smarter, more elegant approach to technology, design, installation, and AfterCare. ACS understands that homeowners require a sanctuary, an oasis where their family can bond and unwind from the rigors of the outside world. ACS technology systems create an exceptional and effortless experience for homeowners, ensuring maximum pleasure with minimal effort.
ACS’ systems are tailor-made to suit the requirements of each client. Their team of experts is dedicated to designing and installing a wide range of smart home features, from Lutron lighting control and Ketra fixtures to central smart home A/V, HVAC control, home theaters, CCTV, gate control, Lutron motorized window treatments and wireless networks.
ACS ensures that their systems meet the highest standards of functionality, reliability, and security.
In addition, ACS’ outdoor entertainment and lighting solutions can transform any outdoor space into a captivating entertainment setting. ACS seamlessly integrates in-house audio/video, lighting, and distributed music systems into outdoor spaces, delivering an immersive and enjoyable outdoor experience for the whole family.
ACS takes pride in offering a dedicated AfterCare team that works around the clock to ensure that their systems perform with uninterrupted reliability. For luxury homeowners seeking the ultimate smart home experience, ACS is the go-to destination. Contact their technology experts to discuss your unique requirements and explore their complete installations. Make an appointment to meet at their East Hampton, NYC or Westbury office.
Brandes Maselli Architects strives to bridge the demands of artistic endeavor, functionality, environmental responsibility, programmatic needs, site forces, and financial consideration. Their greatest asset is their ability to mold form, material, space, and light to achieve their goals independent of architectural style. It is their intention to work with each client’s site specific needs and style to determine the best architectural embodiment of an idea.
As a multidisciplinary firm, Brandes Maselli Architects is able to provide complete project management from their first meeting to move-in day.
This design build approach allows them to control all architectural drawings, interior design, and construction management for a much more cost effective and streamlined project.
Partners Michael Brandes and Donato Maselli have cultivated a team of architects and craftsmen over the last 28 years that strives to deliver the highest level of design, project management, construction, and craftsmanship. Coordination and working day to day with all trades, from groundbreaking to completion of these complex projects, provides them with the experience which sets them apart from their competitors.
Over the course of three generations, the Forst name has become synonymous with the design/ build business on the East End of Long Island. Forst Construction, Inc. can either custom design any style home desired or allow clients to easily select model plans based on their requirements, while providing adaptability for special requests and scaling. Whether building from scratch or undergoing a renovation, they provide personal involvement at every step of the process, including permitting and selections. Responsive communication allows the building process to flow according to both schedule and budget.
Their focus on high-quality materials and tight construction provides beauty and efficiency, with houses 30% - 50% more efficient than standard NYS code. They also provide an exceptional warranty: one year on everything, two years on mechanical systems, six years on the structure. Forst factors sustainability into their plans and takes great pride in presenting a responsibly-built finished product. With a reputation for thoroughness, they have the relationships – and testimonials – to give every new client peace of mind, because during construction, and post construction, peace of mind is priceless.
G reg D’Angelo Construction has been building custom homes on the East End for more than 35 years. The firm’s expertise, attention to detail and commitment to each project from the inception, results in a seamless experience. Greg D’Angelo Construction’s portfolio includes multiple projects ranging from traditional to modern homes, with each custom build being unique. The team at GDC develops an individualized program that addresses each project’s specific needs and challenges. Partnering with GDC at the beginning of the project increases efficiency and allows for a smoother transition from the design-phase to construction. Experienced project managers, knowledgeable
administrative staff, and reliable subcontractors ensure impeccable and timely completion of each custom build. In addition to expertly handling the technical, financial and mechanical issues inherent in the building profession, the GDC team insists on creating a positive experience for each client. Emphasis on a client’s well-being forms the basis of the firm’s unique philosophy. GDC believes that honesty and mutual trust are necessary for successful long-term relationships with clients. GDC’s reputation extends well beyond high quality construction. Not only has the firm been creating stunning custom homes on the East End, but they have also created a dedicated client following spanning three decades and counting.
Hobbs, Inc. is a third-generation family run business that has been building distinctive custom homes for more than 65 years. The company was built on the core values of integrity, quality, and customer service which are still at the forefront of their business. Hobbs, Inc. works with renowned architects and discerning homeowners in Connecticut, Westchester County, New York City, the Hamptons, and New Jersey.
Their employees constitute the most professional collection of knowledge and talent in the high-end residential construction business. Hobbs, Inc. is committed to transparency with their clients in every aspect of the planning and building process in order to minimize your stress and maximize your peace of mind. Their goal is to exceed your expectations while making your dream home a reality.
At James Merrell Architects, they believe that design is more than a visual art. Design is also a narrative art. It begins with client stories ‒ stories about their past and stories about their future. How do they collect these stories? They give
their clients a seat at the design table. Then, JMA gets to know who they are and how they envision their future. And when the design is done, JMA has assisted in the creation of a new family heirloom.
Martin Architects is a full-service architecture, interiors, and master planning firm, managing private residences, hospitality, and commercial work, directed by Nick Martin. Established in 1998, the multifaceted team has the experience, skill, and practiced knowledge to achieve success in design, budget, and schedule in even the most complex project and site conditions. The practice has long-standing working relationships with a wide range of skilled consultants and craftspeople, and a record of delivering quality
design and construction on time and within budget. Martin Architects tailors each proposal to the unique requirements of individual clients and their project conditions. In collaboration with its sister construction company, 4MA Builders, they offer a streamlined experience from concept to completion. With award winning projects throughout the US, Caribbean, Portugal, and elsewhere, Martin Architects believes in providing responsibly modern design with a commitment to the community and the earth.
For more than 40 years, Mojo Stumer Associates (MSA) has been helping to improve the built environment through better design, smarter planning, and a creative execution of thoughtful modern architecture both nationally and internationally. Established in 1980, the firm was built with a focus on modern design, but with a broad application across all typologies, from single family residential, to large corporate and mixed-use developments.
For more than four decades, MSA has leveraged years of architectural and planning expertise, and a specific talent for creative modern design to
successfully complete thousands of projects on Long Island and in New York City, as well as throughout the nation. MSA has received more than 100 design awards by the American Institute of Architects and other institutions.
Mojo Stumer Associates strives to understand their clients' needs, goals, and budget constraints to create designs that meet their expectations while also incorporating their vision and feedback. The quality of MSA architecture, whether for private clients or major developers, is consistently a statement of excellence.
With NanaWall, design is as much about how it looks as how it works. The opening glass wall manufacturer leads the industry in giving discerning homeowners a closer connection to the natural environment with their expansive portfolio of products. Pairing beauty with
performance, the easy-to-open panels remove boundaries, ventilate living spaces with fresh air, and unite your home with nature. When the weather changes, those same panels seal securely, forging an energy-efficient barrier that ensures comfort and security.
Oza Sabbeth is dedicated to harnessing the tremendous power of well-thought-through architecture and design to produce spaces for living that become so much more than the sum of their parts. Using a proprietary and incremental design process, they work with clients through pre-design, design, and all the way through construction—yes, they build houses too—to create a home unlike any other. The firm has deep roots in the Hamptons, the
North Fork, and New York City, and is as comfortable working on a super-luxury new build as a renovation of an existing Tribeca apartment. Their singular goal is to give clients exactly what they need, whether that’s privacy, sunlight, a space from which to surf, a livable art gallery, or a family home—sometimes all in the same building. Oza Sabbeth brings a relaxed and engaging approach to a sophisticated field, and looks forward to partnering with you next.
P amela Glazer has risen to prominence as one of the East End’s most sought-after architects. Known for her impeccable aesthetic with an environmentally thoughtful focus, Glazer’s innovative and awardwinning approach to architecture combines elements of both modern and traditional design.
Inspired by the beauty of the Hamptons, Glazer carefully considers a site’s light and views, aiming to situate a building to take the best advantage of nature’s assets. Glazer and her team tailor spaces to the lifestyle of those who will live and work there, offering service at a level above and beyond a client’s expectations.
The client’s viewpoint is critical to the process. Glazer asks questions and listens closely to the answers, setting priorities and finding solutions that highlight the power of great design to support beauty, comfort, and ease. Without a need to proclaim a singular style, Glazer is free to incorporate the requests and tastes of her clients into the final plan.
The firm has designed residences and commercial spaces, all of which provide dynamic designs that offer the opportunity for a better way of living. Her scope of work includes: custom homes, restaurants, offices, retail space, schools, libraries, and hospitality.
Having crafted some of the most exquisite homes in the Hamptons, Phil Kouffman Builder offers ‘the experience every client looks for in a builder.’ For three generations, PKB has built a stellar reputation based on an honest, expert approach to luxury building and a passion for client satisfaction. They remain focused on their client’s vision and the quality of the final product throughout every step of the process. PKB provides a full spectrum of professional construction services for the East End, including
custom homes, spec building, major renovations and commercial construction—consistently ensuring every project is well built, well managed and delivered on time and on budget. PKB is committed to sustainability through both energy efficient designs and quality construction that guarantees longevity and durability. With deep respect for the work they do, and the people they work with, they not only meet, but exceed client expectations, from beginning to end, on every single project they take on.
For more than 30 years, Purple Cherry Architects has created luxurious residences across the United States. Whether a residence is traditional or contemporary, a multi-generational estate or a weekend getaway, the award-winning firm is guided by a desire to conceive exceptional homes. Each commission—composed with intelligence, sensitivity, and experience—becomes the backdrop for indelible family memories.
Passionate about their work and devoted to their clients, the Purple Cherry team considers not only physical forms, but the emotional connections clients will have with their homes and the spaces within them. Active listening fuels the firm’s ability to achieve environments that are transcendently beautiful, comfortable, and serene. The firm has extensive experience in designing for waterfront and view-oriented
properties and brings a deep understanding of how to utilize the sun’s path, views, and wind to determine proper siting and maximize design. In support of the company’s residential architecture, the Purple Cherry Interior Design Studio provides seamlessly coordinated interior architecture and décor that may be integrated into the scope of work as desired by the client.
Advanced technology is woven into Purple Cherry Architects’ design process and strategy. The use of 3D modeling and visualization allows clients to quickly see the nuances of structural massing and volumes. The technology also benefits the contractor, establishing clarity of alignments and relationships from the beginning of construction. Beyond serving as a design and informational tool, the firm’s utilization of technology and 3D models creates an unparalleled level of effectiveness and efficiency.
Shope Reno Wharton (SRW) is a nationallyacclaimed architectural firm that enriches the lives of their clients through designs that are beautiful, functional, and enduring. Renowned for refined residential architecture, SRW is also known for specialized commercial and hospitality projects that are informed by the firm’s residential philosophy and expertise. Energy efficiency, care for the environment, enjoyment, and dependability over the course of many generations guide the design process regardless of style, location, or scope. Every SRW project results from intentional, mindful collaboration and sensibilities derived from a true love of the craft.
Shope Reno Wharton was established in 1981 and
is led by five partners: Jerry Hupy, Arthur Hanlon, Michael McClung, Don Aitken, and John Gassett. Their longtime dedication to the firm and a collective method of working has attracted and retained a staff of talented architects and administrators. Together, the company offers attentive service and an inspiring portfolio of homes, estates, equestrian facilities, and hospitality projects that are located across the country. Reflected in each commission is the firm’s commitment to architectural character and an understanding of how people aspire to live their lives. Appreciation for SRW’s practical and humanist approach is underscored by a significant number of clients who return for additional projects.
Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects approach architecture from a sustainable and environmental standpoint. With more than 40 years of experience in coastal architecture and design, SLR Architects are best known for their sensitive and seemingly effortless work, always catering to the individual or groups as a collaborative effort.
With the landscape and context serving as the primary inspiration, each project is designed to uniquely respond to its surroundings and owner needs. This philosophy has won the award-winning firm both local and international recognition. The Stelle Lomont Rouhani monograph published by Rizzoli will be available this spring.
Sleek and shiny, country cozy, minimalist to the max: No matter which style you lean toward, our experts have plenty of tips to keep in mind as you are planning for the kitchen or bath of your dreams—whether it’s swaddled head to toe in marble or awash with pattern and color
“I love bright and white—there’s such a nice cleanness to it. But I’ve also done a superdeep-blue kitchen, too. Just go with your instincts.”
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“At the moment, I’m in love with walnut cabinetry and painted kitchen cabinets. For clients who want white cabinets, I would suggest a fabulous stone countertop with lots of veining for some added interest.”
“A white kitchen should incorporate wood or another texture on the island or lower cabinets.”
“Kitchen colors should take cues from the architecture of the house, or sometimes even the stain on the floor.”
“Drawers that have inserts, with a section dedicated to lids for pots and pans. Otherwise, they pile up and become such a mess. And pull-out pantries so that you can see what you have in stock and avoid buying things you don’t need.” —MichelleGerson
“Drawers, cabinets, and shelves are all handy, but design them thoughtfully to fit overscale items like lobster pots and large cans of olive oil.” —Farrin Cary
“Drawers within drawers provide amazing extra storage—much more so than traditional undercounter cabinets.”—Victoria Stokes
“Full-height cabinets and pull-outs.” —David Rogal
“Butler drawers fitted for electricity—so all your appliances aren’t taking up so much counter space.” —Farrin Cary
“Try a nonstandard light fixture, like a chandelier or something you’d ordinarily put in your powder room. And I love any kind of wild or cool marble.”
“Why not hang some art?”
“Open shelves piled with stacks of bowls or pottery suggest the personality of the person who lives there.” —David Rogal
“A bold color painted on the cabinets or a stone countertop with lots of veining.” —Victoria Stokes
“Try a different texture on the hood above the stovetop and a warm wood on the countertops.”
“A large separate pantry that’s easily accessible from the kitchen.”—Victoria Stokes
“A sous vide oven.”
“A big island that can double as an entertaining area.” —Michelle Gerson
“Minimal above-counter storage will allow more light to flood into the space.” —Farrin Cary
“Splurge on an extra-wide range and additional wall ovens. And two dishwashers are great for large families who entertain frequently.”
“Keep utensils and spices next to the stove and a cutting board nearby.”
“The triangle rule holds, with the fridge, sink, and cooktop forming the tips of the triangle. You want each easily accessible to the others and about the same distance apart.”
“Install a built-in cutting board that opens to a trash bin
1. “Double ovens and ample cooking space.”
2. “Glass-doored refrigerators.”
3. “A cozy seating area, such as a banquette.”
4. “A second kitchen in guesthouses and pool houses.”
5. “Filtered water.”
“Pot fillers and a very wide double sink are essential, and drawers for flour and sugar if you have a baker in your family.”
“Something that might smash to pieces on a stone floor just might survive a fall on a wood floor—and wood floors are easier on the knees.” —Victoria Stokes
“Woven vinyl flooring is soft underfoot and very low maintenance.” —David Rogal
“Wood flooring always makes a kitchen feel warm, although marble or porcelain tile generally wears better.”—Michelle Gerson
“Back-painted glass is reflective and adds dimension.”—David Rogal
“I love to take a beautiful marble countertop and bring it up the wall as much as possible.” —Michelle Gerson
“A natural stone counter extending up the backsplash wall is easy to clean and has no grout lines!” —Victoria Stokes
“I like handmade Moroccanstyle terra-cotta tile.” —Farrin Cary
“Caesarstone is a popular choice for families who cook a lot, but I personally love natural stone and how it takes on a patina over time.” —Victoria Stokes
“Corian lasts forever and is great for any budget.”
“I always splurge on countertops. The beauty and integrity of natural stone is irreplaceable.”
“I generally try to convince clients to use marble, and not to worry—you can usually treat marble counters to get rid of scratches and stains. On the other hand, Caesarstone is a bit easier on the budget and offers great colors, such as black or gray or taupe.”—Michelle Gerson
“Display pottery in a beautiful cabinet or on open shelves.”—Victoria Stokes
“Stack glasses and plates on glass shelves, which will allow light to flow through and show off your collection.”—Michelle Gerson
“Hang artwork and arrange items you’ve bought on trips abroad, such as cutting boards, olive oils, and fruit bowls.” —Farrin Cary
HOW DO YOU MAKE A BIG STATEMENT IN A SMALL BATHROOM?
“Go really dark in a powder room—it can have a very dramatic impact.”
“Use a special tile or beautiful marble and an integrated slab sink.”
“Gorgeous sconces.” —Farrin Cary
“Bold wallpaper and floor tile, and a vanity in an unexpected color.”
“I love classic subway tile and Moroccan zellige tile, as well as unlacquered brass fixtures.”
“Teak pairs well with white for a clean aesthetic.”
“Water in a cast-iron bathtub stays warmer longer and feels good on the skin.” —Farrin
“Absolutely, especially if you frequently go to the beach with kids and dogs!”
“Yes, and they don’t have to be expensive. All you need is plumbing and a cedar fence.”—Michelle Gerson
“I can’t get enough marble.”
“They are a privilege. It’s nice to be one with nature.” —David Rogal
“For a primary bath, I would stick to a crisp white or a watery blue or celadon, something very soothing.” —DavidRogal
“I lean toward white or sand gray. You can always bring personality into the space with towels that are switched out during different seasons of the year.”
“I like to keep bathrooms light and bright. Stone or tile should have a fresh white background to it, or something with a bit more flavor, such as onyx.”—Michelle Gerson —Farrin Cary
“Soothing neutrals—anything that looks washed out by the sun and feels natural.” —VictoriaStokes
“I love any sort of texture, such as Venetian plaster. Or try painting stripes or color blocks, which is a good way to go easy on the budget.”—Michelle Gerson
“In larger bathrooms, I prefer plaster or artisan-painted walls—something that can handle the humidity.” —Farrin Cary
“A simple wallpaper can add texture and change the dimension of a space.”—David Rogal
“A large mirror leaning against the wall.” —David Rogal
“Glass enclosures and large mirrors make a small space seem bigger.”
“Lots of natural light and ideally some sort of access to an outdoor shower or private garden.” —Victoria Stokes
1. “Heated towel racks.”
2. “Slab-covered showers that connect aesthetically to the rest of the space.”
3. “Radiant-heated floors.” —David Rogal
4. “Medicine cabinets with plugs for everything.”
“When possible, incorporate a place to sit or even a dressing area.” —Farrin Cary
5. “A giant showerhead and a bench seat in the shower.”
“A show-stopping freestanding tub.”
“Separate glass-enclosed shower/tub rooms are becoming more popular.”—David Rogal
“People want to sit down at a vanity to blow-dry their hair and put on makeup.”—Michelle Gerson
“I’m seeing more sconces that provide a warmer light.” —MichelleGerson
“I like wool bathmats that don’t stain and are water resistant.” —Farrin Cary
“A home’s overall style should be considered. Slick modern bathrooms, for example, do not work in period houses.” —Victoria Stokes
“A lot more money is being spent on elaborate glass shower enclosures.”Stokes
“We are getting increasing requests for steam showers and adjoining saunas.” —Victoria—Michelle Gerson
“A completely mirrored powder room is a lot of fun— and very trippy if you happen to be a little tipsy at a party!”—Victoria Stokes
“A general rule of thumb is that round mirrors look nice in older homes, whereas rectangular mirrors are good for modern homes.”—Farrin Cary
“Oval or round mirrors create a porthole effect.” —DavidRogal
“Float vanities eight or so inches off the floor to provide space for a bit of storage. And a sensor light is great for trips to the bathroom in the middle of the night.” —MichelleGerson
“A custom vanity is always the best way to maximize storage and add personal touches.” —VictoriaStokes
“I prefer drawers on vanities instead of doors—vanities tend to look more like furniture that way.” —David Rogal
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The East End boasts some of the most beautiful gardens in the world. Find yourself challenged by a black thumb? No worries. Our region’s top landscape designers and architects will teach you how to work miracles from even the most stubborn patch of green
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“Different sites call for different plants, but some of my favorites are grasses such as little bluestem; ferns, from ostrich to hay-scented to wood fern; and perennials including purple coneflower, black-eyed Susan, milkweed, false indigo, and goldenrod.”—Elizabeth Lear
“Reliable shrubs and trees include bayberry, American holly, and inkberry and dogwood, shad, cedars, white oaks, and red maples.”—Brian Mahoney
“In a woodland environment, low-bush blueberries are a nice ground cover alongside ferns, sassafras, and oaks.”—Elizabeth Lear
“Switchgrass; tons of varieties of sedge; butterfly weed; inkberry, which is very common but so essential to the environment; and high- and low-bush blueberries.”—Mario Nievera
“Herbaceous grasses and perennials such as blue salvia, catmint, and Russian sage. Shrubs like beach rose, hydrangeas—the ones tall enough to evade the deer—vitex, and osmanthus. And as for trees, I’m partial to Stewartia, false cypress, and hornbeam.”—Brian Mahoney
“Camellias are wonderful to grow, and there are both spring- and fallblooming varieties.”
Verbena bonariensis, perennial geraniums, Phlox ‘David’, dwarf buddleia, perennial salvias, and ground-cover roses.”—Mario Nievera
“Our climate and soil are relatively forgiving, making it easy to garden. Most plants do well in our area—just look at the nursery business here and how well it’s doing!”
“Some preexisting gardens might have a formal layout that dictates the placement of sculpture, whereas other sites might be more naturalistic, allowing for a more surprising installation of artwork. It’s somewhat like the way an interior designer places objects inside rooms of the house.”—Elizabeth Lear
“It depends on the piece. If it’s viewed from all angles, you want to make sure you have ample space for it. If it’s one-sided, it should have a backdrop that complements it.”—Mario Nievera
“Museums in the Hamptons have done some interesting things. At the Parrish Art Museum, sculptures embody a more formal presence within a very naturalistic meadow. And at LongHouse Reserve, where the gardens are more like rooms, sculptures are sited to occupy these spaces very specifically.”Lear
“My go-to is to place sculpture at the terminus of an axial view.”
“A water feature is so nice near a pool or as a centerpiece in the garden. The sound of running water is so relaxing.”
“Consider installing sun shelves in swimming pools and ‘plug-in-and-play’ bubbling fountain vessels.”
1. “Zero-edge pools.”
2. “‘Perfect’ lawns—I don’t know if this will ever change!”
3. “Stone paving that doesn’t get hot.”
4. “Outdoor televisions and pizza ovens.”
5. “Fire features.”
“Depending on the time of year, lettuces and asparagus in the spring, and then from midsummer to fall, cucumbers, tomatoes, and squashes.”—Elizabeth Lear
“Most herbs do well— from basil to dill to rosemary—as do lots of vegetables.”—Mario Nievera
“Anything in the mint family— which includes basil, thyme, rosemary, and sage—does great. As for vegetables, peppers never disappoint and always look pretty, whereas tomatoes grow well but can get very rattylooking.” —Brian Mahoney
“All herbs do—and they’re especially easy to maintain and harvest if you grow them in containers.”
“We rely on greens, whites, purples, and blues. You can always add color in other ways, such as vibrantly hued pots for plants. Color can be ephemeral and fun but can also be deemed garish. Think yellow in the spring: It is always welcome, but then you can’t wait for it to fade.”
“A beautiful garden doesn’t have to have any color at all— it can be very monochromatic, with just greens and browns from native grasses. And, of course, when you design a garden that’s colorful, there’s never enough color! There is never too much and never too little.” —ElizabethLear
“It really depends on a garden’s theme and the clients’ preferences. Lately, the average client wants fewer flowers or one predominant color, such as white.” —Mario Nievera
“People do have color preferences and often make requests. It’s less common for clients to ask for hot colors like yellows, oranges, and reds. Blue, white, and purple are more popular.”
“Keep them simple by limiting the palette to ferns and foliage plants.”—Elizabeth Lear
“Make sure the soil is not too wet and that you have good drainage.” —MarioNievera
“I like to plant wood asters, even though the deer eat them. When you pinch them, they become even bushier and flower more.” —BrianMahoney
“When pruning, don’t cut back the entire bush, or you won’t have any flowers. Also, the bushes should not receive too much direct sunlight or be subjected to low temperatures during budding time.” —MarioNievera
“Different types call for different kinds of care, but with some of the repeat-bloomers, you can’t go wrong.” —BrianMahoney
“The big-leaf mop-heads require careful deadheading in the fall so that you don’t cut the bud for growth the following spring, whereas Paniculatas bloom on new wood and can be cut down to the ground. Overall, hydrangeas are relatively low maintenance.”—Elizabeth Lear
“I look at the natural environment, which is always a source for ideas. You can’t repeat what nature has done, but you can imitate it appropriately.”
“I love traveling to other countries to see how plants and hardscape materials are used in other cities and communities.”
“Clivia, cycads, bay leaf, and Christmas cactus. Bugs can often be a problem, but for sunburn prevention, sun-scald products are a godsend.”—Brian Mahoney
“The architecture of a house is critical. Is it contemporary or period? And from what period? We consider so many elements.” —Elizabeth Lear—Brian Mahoney
“In addition to visiting gardens around the world, garden books can offer lots of inspiration.” —Elizabeth Lear
“The U.K. I am an addict.”
“Ficus varieties are best, as well as palms including ‘Raphis’, ‘Alexander’, and ‘Kentia’.”
“Flowers cut straight from the garden, such as roses, hydrangeas, viburnum, and rhododendrons. August can be a challenge, though, since so little is in bloom. That’s when store-bought sunflowers come in!”
“Dahlias are incredible, and so easy to arrange. And it’s nice to see natural materials mixed in with more formal floral material.”—Elizabeth Lear
“Roses, lilies, a variety of grasses, plants with berries, and even vines. Or just a charming tiny bouquet of sweet peas.”
“Hydrangeas, roses, ferns, and anything with a spike.”
“Install ceiling fans in covered outdoor areas and keep plantings as natural and nontoxic as possible—for both humans and pets.”
“Screened porches are often a hard sell when clients are doing master plans for their home. But the folks I can convince to do them end up adoring them. Just do it—no spraying involved!”
“I really don’t use any kind of chemicals—I ignore most pests and insects.”
Established in 2005, Fenelon Landscapes is a fullservice landscaping company. Their comprehensive services include landscape design, installation and maintenance; lawn and tree care; deer and tick prevention; masonry, irrigation and snow removal. Serving clients from Moriches to Montauk, Fenelon Landscapes pride themselves on providing customized one-on-one service with an unparalleled attention to detail. Owners Yvonne and Andrew Fenelon personally oversee every job, are available 24/7, and always provide extra care and clear client communication along the way to ensure that they not only meet, but exceed expectations. Every project has a dedicated
team to oversee the work. With every project they undertake—whether large or small—Fenelon Landscapes are always mindful of each client’s schedule and budget. Three generations of their family are involved in Fenelon Landscapes; making them a true family-owned and operated enterprise. Andrew’s father Wayne began the landscaping business in the 1980s, and Yvonne’s mother Annette specializes in their garden services. Along with their in-house landscape designer and trusted team of long-term workers, they are committed to bringing together years of knowledge, experience, and skill to help you achieve the landscape of your dreams.
Fireplace and Outdoor Living's business is to bring together a group of best-in-class product lines to help homeowners, architects, designers, and builders create extraordinary indoor and outdoor spaces. However, their passion is to brilliantly move life outdoors. There is no question that the investment you make in your outdoor spaces increases the value of your home, but the real return on investment is quality of life. People come to the Hamptons to breathe, and everything Fireplace and Outdoor Living does, everything they sell, is in support of that singular objective. So, in the end, they are really in the business of creating a respite from the grind of “the metropolis.” For decades, sociologists have described “the kitchen” as the center of life in the
typical American home; but life in the Hamptons is anything but typical. Today, with the array of products available, your outdoor kitchen becomes the center of life in the Hamptons, your “outdoor rooms” become your sanctuary.
Their showrooms in Watermill, Huntington, and Greenwich provide a place where you can discuss your plans if you’re a builder or your dreams if you’re a homeowner. But the products on display are just the tip of the iceberg, in that they represent more than 30 unrivaled product lines. Their industry knowledge is unparalleled, and they provide unmatched coordination when developing or executing a project... for builders, designers, architects, and homeowners.
The team at Fireplace and Outdoor Living helps create multifunctional outdoor spaces where families can relax, work, play, entertain… and breathe. The same quality and attention to detail that goes into a home, can now be applied to outdoor living spaces, with products that have been designed and installed to stand up to the elements and to withstand the test of time.
First Coastal is Eastern Long Island’s premier coastal permitting to construction. For more than 40 years, First Coastal has committed itself to maintaining, restoring, protecting, and preserving the Hampton’s finest waterfront properties. They are experts in zoning, wetlands, coastal erosion, and resiliency work alongside architects and engineers to deliver ideal site development that respects and preserves Long Island’s valuable coastal resources.
First Coastal’s professional staff of trained environmental scientists, coastal geologists, marine resource managers, environmental analysts, and
coastal contractors are dedicated to providing unsurpassed service in the development and management of waterfront properties. Their highly experienced field crews work seamlessly with professionals to execute state of the art projects, including dredging, bulkheads, walkways, docks, living shorelines, dunes, beaches, rock revetments and wetland restorations. Whether responding to an emergency caused by coastal storms or as part of a proactive long-term plan, First Coastal is uniquely qualified to design, permit, and build a full-service turnkey project.
Ga rdeneering , founded in 1985 by Tish Rehill, was created out of a love for gardening, which began at a young age while working alongside her father, an avid gardener. After moving East, she began classes at the New York Botanical Garden and continued with a design program in France with the esteemed Rosemary Verey, John Brookes, and James van Sweden.
Over the past 35 years, Gardeneering has grown from specializing in gardens and flowering borders, to property wide landscape design, installation, and maintenance. A client can trust that working with Gardeneering will bring a discerning eye focusing on
plant choices, soil preparation and deep knowledge of the local environment.
Over the years, Rehill’s passion has influenced her son, Marley, who studied Horticulture and Landscape Design. Together they have built a business fluent in all parameters of the landscape process. Inspired by the natural beauty of the East End, they are dedicated to enriching each property with creative, organically sustainable design implementing the best maintenance practices. Gardeneering has built a stellar reputation throughout the Hamptons collaborating with homeowners, architects and interior designers.
Groundworks is an exceptional landscape design firm that blends a professional background with years of practical horticultural knowledge. They offer a complete range of services including landscape design, build, and maintenance services. Groundworks celebrated 20 years in business and started with three business partners, Kim Hren, Linda Silich and Andy Silich in 2002. Their showroom located at the old Hren Nurseries, in the original building from 1939, features a unique display of their designs and work along with a historical timeline of the company. The outdoor surrounding gardens, gorgeous pond, and hardscapes represents some of their work. Landscape projects are derived from a variety of styles reflective of the Hamptons culture. Their hands-
on approach helps you visualize the unseen potential of your properties. Each project is tailored specifically for your innovative design and planned usage of your outdoor environment. With an accredited team of CAD designers and field managers, all aspects of the landscape are covered from plant material selection, to drainage, to landscape lighting. Groundworks teams up with the best network of people in the industry including architects, experienced high-end builders, to interior and outdoor kitchen designers.
Groundworks ensures a personable approach and provides exceptional quality ensuring that your landscape comes to life the way you dreamed it from concept to completion. They invite you to come see their new offices and gorgeous showroom!
Owen Brothers Landscape Development has been working with notable landscape architects, architects, builders and homeowners for more than 25 years. Their home base and private nursery are located just north of Calverton in Baiting Hollow, centrally located between their main areas of operation – The East End and the Gold Coast of Long Island.
Owen is known for their ability to build big and has the equipment required. 200-foot granite sea walls, major earthworks and big trees are all part of the Owen portfolio. Their confident and experienced team is ready for your next development project. To learn more, visit their website or check out their Instagram profile.
Since 2003, Peconic Lawn & Tree Care , in Southampton, New York, has been enhancing the natural beauty of residential properties on Long Island’s East End by providing comprehensive services in lawn care, tree care, garden design, irrigation, and property maintenance. Founder and President, William Matters, established the business because of his passion for creating and maintaining a welcoming landscape environment, his commitment to customer service and the goal of consistently exceeding client expectations.
Understanding the importance of creating and maintaining a living, breathing landscape through all seasons for their clients, the firm has provided worldclass grounds maintenance services for properties throughout the Hamptons for nearly 20 years. Their
comprehensive lawn care services are designed to achieve a lush lawn that is more resistant to disease, insects, and weeds and their certified arborists develop and maintain landscapes to achieve optimum health. Garden design and irrigation solutions round out the roster of comprehensive landscaping services offered to suit the specific needs of each property.
With a focus on projects and properties that require attention to detail and high-quality maintenance and installation, Peconic Lawn & Tree Care takes a customized approach to providing the unique services that a property needs. Committed to delivering the highest level of landscape management services, their professional team does all the work so their clients can simply relax and enjoy their beautiful surroundings.
Established in 1946 and owned and operated by the Thayer family for four generations, Thayers specializes in outdoor living, including the finestquality outdoor furnishings, umbrellas, barbecues, fire pits, beach accessories, tableware and gifts. With the largest on-site inventory of outdoor furniture in the Hamptons, Thayers offers white-glove delivery and
supervised installation by experienced technicians as well as design services. Thayers sales associates have decades of expertise and extensive product knowledge. Thayers also offers a trade program for qualified trade members. When you shop at Thayers you get personalized service and exceptional quality reminiscent of an earlier era.
This year, Unlimited Earth Care is celebrating its 30th anniversary—30 years of gardens designed to thrive in the diverse and fragile environments of the Hamptons and showcase UEC’s signature dramatic color palettes. Award-winning designer Frederico Azevedo founded Unlimited Earth Care in 1993 as a garden and landscape design firm committed to creative, colorful, and sustainable designs using native and well-adapted plants and flowers. In the years since, Azevedo’s captivating colors, curving floral borders, and sweeping compositions have become a recognizable feature of the modern Hamptons garden aesthetic. The Garden Market and Garden Concept Store are located
adjacent to the Unlimited Earth Care headquarters in Bridgehampton at 2249 Scuttle Hole Road. The Garden Market features a curated selection of plants, flowers, herbs, and shrubs that Azevedo uses in his designs, and the Garden Concept Store carries unique planters, outdoor furniture, and accessories. The Unlimited Earth Care 30th anniversary celebration event will be held on June 24th at the Garden Market, 2249 Scuttle Hole Rd., Bridgehampton. Join Unlimited Earth Care in celebrating 30 years of beautiful natural design in the Hamptons with cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and good music amongst the flowers.
Walpole Outdoors creates amazing outdoor structures and spaces of the absolute highest quality, with impeccable design and uncompromising craftsmanship. For 90 years, Walpole’s premium products have helped define the most distinguished homes in the country, setting the standard for beauty and durability. All Walpole pergolas, fencing, gates, railings, arbors, posts, and other products are available in an inspired range of contemporary, traditional, and historical designs. Their in-house designers can also create customized solutions to complement existing architecture, suit your personal vision, or fulfill an architect’s specifications.
Walpole Outdoors products are handcrafted at their state-of-the-art facilities in the USA, using northern white cedar and other premium hardwoods,
handsome granite, and expertly fabricated metals. Walpole is also the #1 designer and creator of structures using solid cellular PVC, an environmentally friendly, low-maintenance material with the look and feel of real wood that maintains its beauty and stability in outdoor settings for decades.
To make your ideal outdoor home a reality, Walpole Outdoors design consultants use detailed measurements of your property and provide perfect solutions that fit your life and your style. Your family and your guests will enjoy outdoor dining, exercise, gardening, and relaxation surrounded by elegance and privacy. From consultation to concept to completion, the spaces and structures that Walpole Outdoors create let you truly live outside expectations.
Summer renter, first-time homeowner, Hamptons fixture: No matter your station in life, nothing’s more fun than decorating—and redecorating, too! Peruse this chapter for inviting ideas from the East End’s most talented design professionals, and prepare to dazzle
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“If you splurge on good upholstery, it will last a lifetime. Also, floors, doors, and hardware—anything of quality that you touch every day.”—Brian Brady
“Natural-fiber rugs made from jute or sisal can withstand a lot of wear and tear without breaking the bank. If a standard retail size works in your space, it’s an easy way to save some cash.”—Bella Mancini
“Save on antiques or one-of-akind pieces that you’ve bought at auction. They might need a little extra love, but their patina and richness will add unparalleled warmth and depth to your home.”
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“Splurge on key details, like beautiful cabinetry, that will really stand out in a room. Decorating or redecorating always presents a great opportunity to make wise investments that will retain value over time.” —Brad Ford
“Spend real money on good-quality woodwork. And solid hardwood furniture holds up better for longer and is well worth the cost. In all cases, buy the very best of what your budget allows.”
“Supply-chain issues and long lead times for furniture production continue to be a problem. And generally speaking, if you want to be in by summer, get ready to start planning the summer before!”—Alexandra Brady
“Start early! And leave a wide window open for delivery, since there can be long wait times for products, as well as traffic delays.” —BradFord
“Don’t wait for the new year to begin if you want your project done by the summer. We like to have at least six months for just the decorating part, so starting the previous fall is optimal.”—Bella Mancini
“Patience is key. Delays and damaged merchandise are common challenges these days.”
“Using light-colored linen or cotton slipcovers over heavier upholstered pieces is a quick way to switch up the look of your home as the seasons change.” —Bella Mancini
“Slipcovers in nubby fabrics are super-inviting and summery—they’re light but have a lot of texture.” —Brad Ford
“Look to nature and design your interiors to feel like an extension of the outdoors.” —Alexandra Brady
“Natural fibers keep things from seeming too precious. A relaxing summer getaway should be designed to be lived in.” —Alexandra Brady
“A seasonal pillow story can really transform a room—think fun, beachy prints in the summer and rich velvets in the winter. Each style on a simple oatmeal linen sofa offers an entirely different vibe.” —Bella Mancini
“I love a good cocktail and I love styling a bar! I always begin with a pretty tray and my summer essentials: Campari, gin, reposado and blanco tequilas, Fever-Tree club soda and tonic, and a bowl of sliced citrus fruit. I keep a chic wine cooler close by, as well as cute cocktail napkins, glasses, and a big bucket of ice.”
1. “Anything hand-crafted. People are appreciating craftsmanship more than ever before.” —Brad Ford
2. “Comfortable sofas—always.”
3. “A Memorial Day move-in date.”
4. “Spaces for recreation—from Ping-Pong to golf simulators.”
“A variety of decanters and cool bar accessories is always nice. And put everything on display— from cocktail glasses to an ice bucket and even the booze.”
5. “Bunk rooms and home offices.”
“Invest in great glassware— it always makes a drink taste better.”
“Farrow & Ball’s Slipper Satin is a pretty putty color that changes with the light. Other gotos are Benjamin Moore’s Dove Wing, Simply White, and White Dove.”
“I love a bone white, such as Benjamin Moore’s Steam AF15.”
“A dark mushroom lends coziness and comfort to a bedroom or powder room.”
“Benjamin Moore’s Newburg Green can go green or blue.”
“Farrow & Ball’s Wimborne White, Pointing, Dimity, and Blackened are personal favorites.”
“Benjamin Moore’s White Dove is a ‘forever white,’ and I love Farrow & Ball’s Wimborne White, which is a creamier, richer white.”
“Try decorating a room in several shades of the same color.” —Brian Brady
“A mix of textures and shades of whites and neutrals works well in the Hamptons. And you can use a lot of outdoor fabrics indoors to keep things very low maintenance. To kick it up a notch, layer everything with patterned throws and accessories.” —Brad Ford
“Don’t be afraid to play with pattern and scale.” —Bella Mancini
“In addition to playing with pattern, play with texture, too. Sometimes layered textures are more inviting than too many bold patterns all at once.”
“I like the combination of red, dirty pink, gray blue, and mustard.” —Bella Mancini
50 shades of beige!” —Brad Ford
“I’m into green palettes with pops of yellow right now.”
“Navy and white, and gray and yellow.” —Brian Brady
“Because mirrors can help amplify a room, put them in tighter spaces such as an entry foyer or stair hall. And mirrors can double as a piece of art, giving a room more character.”—Alexandra Brady
“Mirrors always add shimmer and make a room feel bigger. I lean toward using antiqued mirrors in a more casual setting.”—Brad Ford
“Decorative mirrors that create vignettes are key. I’m not a fan of fully mirrored walls.” —BrianBrady
“A mirror in your guest bedroom, especially if it reflects nature from outside, is a thoughtful touch. And a mirror in the foyer is always great for a quick final check before running off to dinner!” —BellaMancini
“Editing—simply not having too many things. I’m a big believer in having the basics among larger gestures, such as artwork.” —BradFord
“Light wood floors, unlined sheers, and flatweave rugs.”—Brian Brady
“Personal mementoes, candleholders with pretty tapers or a scented candle, a vintage bowl, and a large potted plant. No matter what you choose, be sure to play with different heights and scales.”—Bella Mancini —Brian Brady
“Big hurricane candleholders, a vase of flowers or an orchid, and personal decorative objects that have meaning to you.” —BradFord
“Vintage boxes, a vase with flowers, and a favorite shell or piece of coral.” —AlexandraBrady
“You don’t need to decorate every single corner of your home. Give yourself a little breathing room, and your eyes will thank you.”
“Oversize geometric objects.”
“Keep pillow size proportional to the scale of the piece it will sit on.”—Brian Brady
“Throw pillows need to be soft—ideally down-filled—and the fabric should be comfortable to the skin and not abrasive.” —BradFord
“Buy an insert that’s slightly larger than the actual pillow cover so that the end result is really full and comfortable.”—Alexandra Brady
“Three pillows is usually the magic number for a standard-size sofa. I like a 24-inch anchor pillow, then a 20-inch pillow, and one lumbar pillow. Too many pillows leave you with nowhere to sit!”—Bella Mancini
“If space allows, position a big round table under a large light fixture. A table can be a great perch for a flower arrangement or styled accessories, making a statement right when you walk in the door.” —AlexandraBrady
“Include an overscale mirror with art leaned up against it and install a large chandelier. Bolder forms are key.” —BradFord
“I like a great mirror, a pair of vintage sconces, a pretty pendant, and a printed wallpaper. These can elevate even the most boring of foyers.”—Bella Mancini
“Above all, a chair that’s comfortable, and ideally with a seat height within a two-inch range from your sofa seat height.”—Bella Mancini
“A beautifully restored vintage chair.” —BrianBrady
“In a den, upholstered chairs are best for comfort. But in a living room, a different texture is nice, such as wood, rope, raffia, or leather.” —AlexandraBrady
“A chair that’s unique in form, not fully upholstered, and comfortable.” —BradFord
“Solids in natural fibers.” —Brian Brady
“Linen upholstery is lovely in a summer residence. Avoid viscose, as it can be very hard to clean.” —AlexandraBrady
“Natural fibers such as cotton, wool, and linen.” —BellaMancini
“Anything in earth or sand tones—something that looks like it belongs on the beach.”—Brad Ford
Debra Funt Interiors is a full-service design studio specializing in elegant, modern residential projects that are highly customized for each client’s lifestyle. Funt is known for her ability to transform even the most challenging home into a dynamic space her clients can continue to enjoy for years.
The firm has produced outstanding residences in the Hamptons, New York City and Westchester. Funt’s work and industry expertise on trends, have been featured on NBC’s “Open House” as well as high-end magazines, online publications and lifestyle blogs.
Elissa Grayer Interior Design believes in the power of design to positively influence the living experience. This underlying belief is rooted in the firm’s ethos, and is their driving passion, motivating them to bring the full measure of design to provide spaces that provide beauty, ease, and comfort.
In order to create homes that convey the character and soul of those who live within them, EGID designs bespoke environments that evoke joy in those who live in them. By transforming each home into the best possible version of itself, the team creates timeless interiors that complement today’s modern living experience. And by infusing homes
with their clients’ own personal history and style, the firm creates a legacy of timeless tradition that is translatable across generations.
Their service-oriented and all-encompassing process engages clients in a design journey that is both seamless and enjoyable. From the first conversation to the last detail, the firm’s approach to creating uniquely tailored surroundings makes it easy to both embrace the vision, and to be taken care of throughout the “process”.
In the end, Elissa Grayer Interior Design delivers a home where clients feel known in every space, and to Elissa Grayer and her team, that is the definition of true luxury.
Elsa Soyars Interiors is the epitome of elegance and sophistication. Offering bespoke interior design in New York, The Hamptons, Los Angeles, and Palm Beach. Elsa Soyars has traveled the world absorbing inspiration for her luxurious interiors. She enjoys pushing the envelope to create individual spaces for her clients to enjoy. Confident, adventurous, organic environments that fit their personalities.
Her firm coordinates all aspects of design including architectural consulting, construction management, bespoke furniture as well as landscape consulting and implementation. She truly appreciates the working relationship she nurtures with her clients. Making them feel comfortable and relaxed in a tasteful, livable environment. And most importantly — realizing their vision for their “dream come true” home.
Jacqueline Cutler believes that a house should look like those who call it home. Cutler specializes in large scale and luxury interiors that reflect and enhance her clients’ lifestyle. A great listener, Cutler transposes her clients’ needs and dreams, into interiors that radiate refinement, style, elegance, warmth, comfort and quality. Some projects start with one room while others involve the entire residence or space. Cutler boasts a long roster of repeat clients which speaks for itself and has also led to commercial projects including professional offices and boutique and new
build condo/apartment buildings. Project locations include New York City, Westchester, the Hamptons, Miami, Greenwich, Nantucket, and Vail, Colorado.
Cutler’s practice insists that good design is knowing when to stop; to not overdo or overwhelm, but to let the personality of the client shine. “After all, it’s all about the mix, not the matching to create truly timeless and thoughtful design.” By incorporating art, architecture, and the interests of the family, Cutler designs beautiful interiors that create backgrounds for her clients to fully enjoy the art of their living.
Sea Green Designs is a great place for people who are looking to bring coastal style into their homes while also being conscious of their impact on the environment. The fact that the business has been operating since 2000 is a testament to its success and commitment to sustainable living. The team at Sea Green Designs offers personalized design services to help clients create their own unique coastal retreats. They value individuality and want to work closely with their clients to ensure that their vision is brought to life. Sea Green Designs
incorporates sustainable products into their design projects as a way to promote environmentally friendly living. This shows that they are not only committed to creating beautiful spaces, but also to making a positive impact on the planet.
The Sea Green Designs Southampton store and an online shop also makes it convenient for customers to find the right pieces to bring coastal style into their homes, regardless of where they are located. Sea Green Designs is a wonderful resource for anyone interested in coastal-inspired, sustainable living.
E-commerce might be faster and easier, but nothing beats the experience of visiting the East End’s cutting-edge home-accessories emporiums for inspiration. Shop local in 2023 and scoop up something to remember for years to comePoufs by Paola Lenti, July 1, 2022 West | Out East, 25 Newtown Ln., East Hampton, 631-324-3103, westouteast.com. Mouth-blown-glass Alhambra water pitcher from Lobmeyr, August 1, 2022 Goop, 4 Bay St., Sag Harbor, 631-808-3930, goop.com.
Amulet bench, October 2022
Comerford Collection, 2442 Main St., Bridgehampton, 631-537-6200, comerfordcollection.com.
Lizard-embossed notebook, September 2022
Matriark, 133 Main St., Sag Harbor, 631-9195577, matriark.com.
Mid-20th-century chair, September 2022
Elizabeth Dow Home, 14 Gingerbread Ln., East Hampton, 631-329-1414, elizabethdow.com.
Joyce picnic tote, August 15, 2022
J. McLaughlin, 2442 Main St., Bridgehampton, 631-537-1962, jmclaughlin.com.
Color-blocked linen Festa pillow, July 15, 2022
Sferra, 43 Jobs Ln., Southampton, 631-3533137, sferra.com.
Hand-looped natural rattan mirror, July 15, 2022
Rumrunner Home, 330 Montauk Hwy., Wainscott, 631-725-1379, rumrunnerhome.com.
Acrylic stemware from Juliska, August 15, 2022
Kathy Kuo Home, 30 Jobs Ln., Southampton, 631-377-3213, kathykuohome.com.
Hand-crafted birchwood drinks tray, August 1, 2022 The Monogram Shop, 19 Newtown Ln., East Hampton, 631-329-3379, themonogramshops.com.
Flor do mandacaru armchair, July 1, 2022 Heritage Brazil, 87 Powell Ave., Southampton, 917-887-4032, heritagebrazil.com.
Crystal cocktail shaker, August 1, 2022 East Hampton Gardens, 16 Gingerbread Ln., East Hampton, 631-324-1133, easthamptongardens.com.
Navi 38mm diving watch, August 15, 2022 Cynthia Rowley, 696 Montauk Hwy., Montauk, 631-668-8077, cynthiarowley.com, timex.com.
Resin serving spoons, August 1, 2022 Clic Home, 100 Park Pl., East Hampton, 631-527-7957, clic.com.
Mesh steel dining chair, July 1, 2022 Room & Board, 51 Newtown Ln., East Hampton, 212-204-7380, roomandboard.com.
Injected-nylon Loewe sunglasses, August 15, 2022
Ryland Life Equipment, 155 Main St., Sag Harbor, 631-808-3221, rylandlife.com, loewe.com.
Vintage dining chair, September 2022 Jetsam Studio, 58 Jobs Ln., Southampton, 631-488-4005, jetsamstudio.com.
Inflatable inner tube, August 15, 2022
Sylvester & Co. Modern General, 103 Main St., Sag Harbor, 631-725-5012, sylvesterandco.com.
Hathaway screen, July 15, 2022 Brass & Burl, 404 Montauk Hwy., East Hampton, 888-406-4002, brassandburl.com.
Handwoven sisal coasters, August 1, 2022
Hidden Gem, 47B Jobs Ln., Southampton, 631-259-3494, hiddengemny.com.
Good Westhampton, 108 & 141 Main St., 631-9984444, goodwesthampton.com
Homespun, 142 Jessup Ave., 631-996-2525
Jen Going Interiors, 44 Quogue St., 631-998-3115, jengoinginteriors.com
Aerin, 83 Main St., 631-3533773, aerin.com
Couture Outdoor, 18 Windmill Ln., 631-287-7848, coutureoutdoor.com
Design House of the Hamptons, 180 Main St., 631-283-0111, designhouse ofthehamptons.com
Design Within Reach, 5 Main St., 929-352-1744, dwr.com
Heritage Brazil, 87 Powell Ave., 917-887-4032, heritagebrazil. com
Hidden Gem, 47B Jobs Ln., 631-259-3494, hiddengemny. com
Hildreth’s Home Goods, 51 Main St., 631-283-2300, hildreths.com
Homenature, 6 Main St., 631-287-6277, homenature.com
Hound Hill Design, 51 Jobs Ln., 631-377-3165, houndhilldesign.com
Jeff Lincoln Art + Design, 200 N. Sea Rd., 631-353-3445, collectiveartdesign.com
Jetsam Studio, 58 Jobs Ln., 631-488-4005, jetsamstudio. com
Kathy Kuo Home, 30 Jobs Ln., 631-377-3213, kathykuohome. com
Michelle Farmer Collaborate, 10A Jobs Ln., 631-604-1850, michellefarmer.com
Patio.com, 1 Montauk Hwy., 631-287-6414, patio.com
Patternmill, 200 N. Sea Rd., 631-353-3445, patternmill.co
Plesser’s Luxury Appliances, 355 David Whites Ln., 631-4178505, plessers.com
Ralph Lauren, 41 Jobs Ln., 631287-6953, ralphlauren.com
Sea Green Designs, 68 Jobs Ln., 631-259-3612, seagreendesignsllc.com
Sferra, 43 Jobs Ln., 631-3533137, sferra.com
Southampton Books, 16 Hampton Rd., 631-283-0270, southamptonsagharborbooks. com
Stellar Union, 25 N. Sea Rd., 631-204-0315, stellarunion.com
Stevenson’s Toys & Games, 69 Jobs Ln., 631-283-2111, stevensonstoys.com
Todd Merrill Summer Studio, 11 S. Main St., 631-259-3601, toddmerrillstudio.com
Veronica Beard, 84B Main St., 631-935-0514, veronicabeard.com
Mecox, 1040 Montauk Hwy., 631-287-5015, mecox.com
Nemo Tile + Stone, 56 Flying Pt. Rd., Ste. 3, 631-800-8020, nemotile.com
Parrish Art Museum, 279 Montauk Hwy., 631-283-2118, parrishart.org
The Laurel Group Home and Garden Design Center, 910 Montauk Hwy., 631-7266610, thelaurelgroup.net
Comerford Collection, 2442 Main St., 631-537-6200, store. comerfordcollection.com
Communitie, 2454 Main St., 631-237-1356, communitie.net
English Country Home, 26 Snake Hollow Rd., 631-5370606, ecantiques.com
Exhibition The Barn, 141 Maple Ln., 212-448-1091, framptonco.com
J. McLaughlin, 2442 Main St., 631-537-1962, jmclaughlin.com
Laurin Copen Antiques, 1703 Montauk Hwy., 631-5372802, laurincopenantiques.com
Loaves & Fishes Cookshop, 2266 Main St., 631537-6066, landfcookshop.com
Marders, 120 Snake Hollow Rd., 631-537-3700, marders. com
Thayers Outdoor Living, 2434 Main St., 631-537-0077, thayershardware.com
Unlimited Earth Care Garden Concept Store, 2249 Scuttle Hole Rd., 631-725-7551, unlimitedearthcare.com
Williams Sonoma, 2044 Montauk Hwy., 631-537-3040, williamssonoma.com
Sagaponack Farm Distillery, 369 Sagg Rd., 631-537-7300, sagaponackfarmdistillery.com
Wyeth, 3654 Montauk Hwy., 631-604-2103, wyeth.nyc
Annyx, 150 Main St., 631-7259064, annyxsagharbor.com
Bloom, 25 Madison St., 631-725-5940
Blooming Shells, 11 Washington St., 631-7259504, bloomingshells.com
Fishers Home Furnishings, 144 Main St., 631-725-0006, fishershomefurnishings.com
Frances Valentine, 78 Main St., 631-808-3315, francesvalentine.com
Goldie, 127 Main St., 631725-1667, goldiesagharbor. com
Goop, 4 Bay St., 631-8083930, goop.com
Hudson Grace, 17 Washington St., 518-8809700, hudsongracesf.com
In Home, 132 Main St., 631-725-7900, inhome sagharbor.com
JanGeorge, 17 Madison St., 631-899-4848, jangeorge. com
Katie Leede & Co., 23 Washington St., 631-8994973, katieleede.com
Matriark, 133 Main St., 631919-5577, matriark.com
Monc XIII, 40 Madison St., 631-808-3333, monc13.com
Neo Studio, 25 Madison St., 631-725-5632
Nicholas Kilner, 197 Madison St., 646-590-0348, nicholaskilner.com
Ryland Life Equipment, 155 Main St., 631-808-3221, rylandlife.com
Sage & Madison, 31 Madison St., 631-530-0977, sageandmadison.com
Salt House Mercantile, 25–27 Washington St., 631808-3259, salthouse mercantile.com
Sylvester & Co. Modern General, 103 Main St., 631-725-5012, sylvester andco.com
The 1818 Collective, 43 Madison St., 631-260-1819, the1818collective.com
Urban Zen, 16 Main St., 631-725-6176, urbanzen.com
Fredric Bernstein Design, 36 N. Ferry Rd., 917-318-1239, fredricbernstein.com
Marie Eiffel Market, 184 N. Ferry Rd., 631-749-0003, marieeiffelmarket.com
RAM Design Home, 181 N. Ferry Rd., 631-749-5067, ramdesignhome.com
Sunset Beach, 35 Shore Rd., 631-749-2001, sunsetbeachli. com
Renee’s, 10095 Main Rd., 631-298-4223, renees mattituck.com
Lido, 132 Main St., 631-4772350, lidoworld.com
Ray, 15 Front St., 917-8484729, raynewyork.com
Wm. J. Mills & Co., 74100 W. Front St., 631-477-1500, millscanvas.com
Michael Del Piero Good Design, 372 Montauk Hwy., 631-464-7310, michael delpiero.com
Rumrunner Home, 330 Montauk Hwy., 631-725-1379, rumrunnerhome.com
Serena & Lily, 332 Montauk Hwy., 631-537-5544, serena andlily.com
Arthur Golabek, 74 Montauk Hwy., #16, 347-731-3826, arthurgolabek.com
Blue and Cream, 60 The Circle, 631-329-1392, blueandcream. com
BookHampton, 41 Main St., 631-324-4939, bookhampton. com
Brass & Burl, 404 Montauk Hwy, 888-406-4002, brass andburl.com
Clic General Store, 60 Newtown Ln., 631-527-7102, clic.com
Clic Home, 100 Park Pl., 631527-7957, clic.com
East Hampton Gardens, 16 Gingerbread Ln., 631-3241133, easthamptongardens. com
Elizabeth Dow Home, 14 Gingerbread Ln., 631-329-1414, elizabethdow.com
Everything but Water, 66 Newtown Ln., 631-324-5693, everythingbutwater.com
Glenn Ban Design, 74 Montauk Hwy., #23, 516-592-2185, glennban.com
JED, 74 Montauk Hwy., #9, 631-725-6411, jeddesign.com
Les Toiles du Soleil, 78 Park Pl., 631-907-2872, lestoilesdusoleilnyc.com
Naturopathica Spa & Healing Center, 74 Montauk Hwy., 631329-2525, naturopathica.com
R. E. Steele, 74 Montauk Hwy., #13, 631-324-7812
Ralph Lauren, 31–33 Main St., 631-324-1222, ralphlauren.com
RH, 69 Main St., 631-907-1300, rh.com
As of press time, all vendors listed here are open for business.
Luiza chairs and ZX table, July 1, 2022 Unlimited Earth Care Garden Concept Store, 2249 Scuttle Hole Rd., Bridgehampton, 631725-7551, unlimitedearthcare.com.
Roller Rabbit, 21 Main St., 631-329-5828, rollerrabbit. com
Room & Board, 51 Newtown Ln., 212-204-7380, roomand board.com
S&S Corner Shop, 11 Fort Pond Blvd., 631-268-5711, sandscornershop.com
The Monogram Shop, 19 Newtown Ln., 631-329-3379, themonogramshops.com
Tory Burch, 47 Newtown Ln., 631-907-9150, toryburch. com
West | Out East, 25 Newtown Ln., 631-324-3103, west outeast.com
Amber Waves Farm Market, 367 Main St., 631-267-5664, amberwavesfarm.org
E-E Home, 140 Main St., 631-604-6324
French Presse, 160 Main St., 631-604-1455, french presse.com
Ganeaux, 167 Main St., 631-267-7717, ganeaux.com
Gansett Lane Home, 255 Main St., 631-267-5737, gansettlane. com
Il Buco Vita, 225 Main St., 631-267-5805, ilbuco.com
Lazypoint Variety, 171 Main St., 631-604-1268, lazypointvariety.com
Love Adorned, 156 Main St., 631-267-7720, loveadorned. com
The Roundtree, 273 Main St., 631-518-2515, the roundtreehotels.com
Tiina the Store, 216 Main St., 631-267-6200, tiinathestore. com
Bontemps Montauk, 786 Montauk Hwy., 631-238-1445, bontempsmontauk.com
Cynthia Rowley, 696 Montauk Hwy., 631-668-8077, cynthiarowley.com
Destination Haus, 83 S. Elmwood Ave., 631-807-3214, destinationhaus.com
Homeport, 484 Westlake Dr., 631-668-3174, mymontauk.com
Indy Home, 71 S. Elmwood Ave., 631-668-8415, indyhome design.com
Quincy x MTK, 805 Montauk Hwy., 631-903-7553, quincymtk. com
THE HAMPTONS IDAS ARE COMING IN JULY 2023
ENTRIES CLOSE MAY 19
HC&G is proud to publish the work of top-tier architects, interior designers, landscape designers, builders and contractors, artists and artisans, and Innovation in Design Award winners and finalists. Herewith, a list of the industry professionals who graced our pages throughout the past year.
Bailey Humbert Heck
Architectural Design New York City 917-415-8783 baileyheck.com
Bates Masi + Architects East Hampton 631-725-0229 batesmasi.com
BuiltIn Studio New York City 212-367-8055 builtinstudio.com
Cass Calder Smith Architecture + Interiors New York City 212-274-1121 casscaldersmith.com
Daniel Frisch Architecture New York City 212-489-8941 danielfrisch.com
David M Gresham Design New York City 917-698-2070 davidmgresham.com
Martin Architects Sagaponack 631-613-6555 martinarchitects.com
McDonough & Conroy Architects Bridgehampton
Murdock Solon Architects New York City
Preston T. Phillips Bridgehampton
Shenton Architects New York City
Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects Bridgehampton
Thiel Architecture + Design New York City 917-679-8070 thieldesign.com
Zampolin & Associates Westwood, NJ 201-358-1166 zampolin.com
2Michaels New York City 212-662-5358 2michaelsdesign.com
Allison Babcock Design Sag Harbor 631-725-1002 allisonbabcock.com
Amy Kummer Interiors amykummer.com
Baltimore Design Group Port Washington, NY 516-944-2400 baltimoredesigncenter. com
Barbara Ostrom Associates Mahwah, NJ 201-529-0444 barbaraostrom.com
Barsanti Desmone New York City 646-837-6422 barsantidesmone.com
Bella Mancini Design Sag Harbor 212-741-3380 bellamancinidesign.com
Bjørnen Design Sag Harbor 631-725-0946 bjornendesign.com
Chad James Group Nashville 615-818-0099 chadjames.com
Courtney Sempliner Designs Port Washington, NY 917-530-5395 courtneysempliner.com
David Rogal Interiors East Hampton 917-439-3139
Dee Ann Design Jamesport, NY 631-495-4912 deeanndesign.com
Donna Benedetto Designs Easton, CT 203-556-1705 donnabenedetto.com
Elsa Soyars Interiors Southampton 631-875-1694 elsasoyars.com
Farrin Cary Design Sag Harbor 646-325-8956 farrincarydesign.com
Hollis Loudon Interiors New York City 518-526-2219 hollisloudon.com
Jenny Wolf Interiors New York City 914-764-1515 jennywolfinteriors.com
Kathy Prounis Architectural Interiors New York City 212-860-4300 kathyprounis.com
Kati Curtis Design New York City 800-611-6976 katicurtisdesign.com
KE Design New York City 917-816-2686 kathrynedesign.com
Kim Tomasino Interiors kimtomasino.com
Laurie Duke Design Cold Spring Harbor, NY 631-560-6072 lauriedukedesign.com
LGC Interior Design Huntington, NY 516-317-9083 lgcinteriordesign.com
Mabley Handler Interior Design Water Mill 631-726-7300 mableyhandler.com
McGrath II New York City 203-485-9553 mcgrath2.com
Michael Del Piero Good Design Wainscott 631-464-7310 hamptonsgooddesign. com
Michelle Gerson Interiors New York City 212-255-7262 michellegerson.com
Pembrooke & Ives New York City 212-995-0555 pembrookeandives.com
Penny Drue Baird, Dessins, LLC New York City 212-288-3600 dessinsllc.com
Robert Brown Interior Design Atlanta 404-917-1333 robertbrowninterior design.com
Sea Green Designs Southampton 631-259-3612
SilverLining Inc. New York City 212-496-7800
Sloane Luxury Interiors New York City 347-481-3961
The Lewis Design Group Glen Cove, NY 914-227-0016
Third Way Atelier Bridgehampton 631-237-4646
Tiffany Eastman Interior Design Fairfield, CT 203-209-8746
Timothy Godbold timothygodbold.com
Ciuffo Cabinetry Deer Park, NY 631-586-5976
Brian J Mahoney Landscape Architecture Westhampton Beach 631-288-8900
Elizabeth A. Lear Landscape Associates
LaGuardia Design Group Water Mill
Long Pond Landscaping Water Mill
Nievera Williams Landscape Architecture
BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS
Bocchino Theisen Builders
Christopher Burnside Bridgehampton
Dan Loos Inc. Sag Harbor
Horizon Contractors New York City
Iosco Construction Guilderland, NY
Jason Klinge Residential Construction Water Mill
Razzino Renovations Inc. New York City 917-337-4611 razzinoinc.com
Reflections General Contracting Inc Southampton 516-524-4767
East Hampton 631-525-2337
SBP Homes Stamford, CT 203-323-2200
Third Way Construction Bridgehampton 631-237-4646
Wise Solutions East Hampton 516-818-3885
ARTISTS AND ARTISANS
Gustavo Bonevardi gustavobonevardi.com
Kristina Felix kristinafelix.com
Laine + Alliage New York City 347-468-0158
Ring & Co. Bayport, NY 631-463-8649
Scott Alexander Scents New York City 646-360-5611 scottalexanderscents. com
Silver Per Se silverperse.com
White Flower Southold 917-863-6385
HC&G’ S 2022 INNOVATION IN DESIGN AWARD WINNERS AND FINALISTS
New York City 718-330-9101
Bates Masi + Architects
East Hampton 631-725-0229
West Chin Architects & Interior Designers
New York City 212-242-4945
New York City 212-273-9712
Farrin Cary Design Sag Harbor
SheltonMindel with Neil Logan Architect
New York City 212-206-6406 sheltonmindel.com
New York City 646-262-9054 nlarchitect.com
SMALL SPACE DESIGN
Bridgehampton 631-537-0019 stelleco.com
LaGuardia Design Group Water Mill
631-726-1403 laguardiadesigngroup. com
Finalist SheltonMindel with Reed A. Morrison Architect
New York City 212-206-6406 sheltonmindel.com
New York City 508-826-2228 reedmorrisonarchitect. com
LaGuardia Design Group
Water Mill 631-726-1403 laguardiadesigngroup. com
Finalist Hollander Design Landscape Architects New York City 212-473-0620 hollanderdesign.com
Finalist Oehme, van Sweden Washington, DC 202-546-7575 ovsla.com
Sagaponack 631-613-6555 martinarchitects.com
Ciuffo Cabinetry Deer Park, NY 631-586-5976 ciuffocabinetry.com
Farrin Cary Design Sag Harbor 646-325-8956 farrincarydesign.com
Shed Textile Co. Southold, NY 917-517-5653 shedtextile.com
Hidden Gem Southampton 631-259-3494
Finalist Morgan & Kydd Studios
Rouhani Architects Bridgehampton 631-537-0019
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