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Pristine Pools: Darvin’s ‘Real’ Job By Kitty Merrill

Talk about your local boy making good. A graduate of Springs Elementary School and East Hampton High School, Greg Darvin worked cleaning pools during the summers as a teenager. In college while studying economics and finance, he started his own pool company. After graduation from SUNY Albany, he recalled, “I knew I didn’t want to work on Wall Street.” He continued his pool work for a couple of post grad years, making bank during the summer and traveling during the winter. “I always thought I’d get a real

job,” he said. But, eventually, Darvin decided to embrace what he’d built, and since its founding in the 90s Pristine Pools has become a leader in the local luxury pool industry. At first his focus was on service and maintenance, but over the years, Darvin learned about pool design “organically.” His designs and the work of Pristine Pools have been featured in such publications as Architectural Digest, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, New York Post, Newsday and Better Homes & Gardens’ Garden, Deck and Landscape. Pristine has designed and installed pools, spas, waterscaping and hardscaping on

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Hamptons Contemporary debuts this summer. By Jessica Mackin

Where better to look for interior design inspiration than at one of the East End’s fantastic selection of designer showhouses and events? The list of places to find beautiful ideas for the home is endless, but here are a few of our recommendations.

ARF Designer Showhouse First up, the sixth annual “ARF Thrift Shop Designer Showhouse and Sale.” The Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons will hold its annual showhouse on Saturday.

Top interior decorators will again transform the ARF Thrift & Treasure Shop in Sagaponack into a designer showhouse, using furnishings from the shop and from their own collections. All items are for sale and 100 percent of proceeds goes directly to support ARF’s lifesaving work. Designers include Sam Allen, Tracey Cavaniola, Nancy Corzine, John Stedila and Tim Button, Lynda Sylvester and Eldon Wong. They will join Honorary Chair Mary McDonald. There will be a 5 PM exclusive preview hour cocktail reception with tickets for sale at $250. Tickets

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to the 6 PM cocktail reception are $150. Peter Ambrose will cater the event. The Showhouse will be open to the public on Sunday and Monday from 10 AM to 4 PM. There is a $10 suggested donation and children are free.

Decorators-Designers-Dealers The 24th annual DecoratorsDesigners-Dealers Sale and Auction Benefit Gala (D-D-D), to benefit the Southampton Fresh Air Home’s 115th year of camp for physically challenged children, is a highly anticipated fundraising party on June 4. The D-D-D features live, silent and wine auctions and an extraordinary home furnishings and antiques sale. The fabulous furniture sale showcases choice and rare antiques, gently used and new home furnishings -- designer furniture, lamps, paintings, framed prints, fabrics, decorative accessories and much more. For over two decades, guests have lined up hours in advance to have first choice of these extraordinary treasures, beautifully staged by the design team, and offered at amazing prices. The D-D-D will take place at the Southampton Fresh Air Home, starting with a 5 PM preview for benefactor patrons. The event closes at 8:30 PM. Tickets start at $250 per person for 6 PM entry. For information and reservations call 631-283-5847. Hamptons Contemporary Art fair guru Rick Friedman will debut Hamptons Contemporary, a luxury living design and décor fair, at the Southampton Elks Fairgrounds on June 3 through June 5,

bringing the first of its kind to the Hamptons. Nine years after creating ArtHamptons, Friedman has turned his focus to design. As he did with ArtHamptons, Friedman plans once again to set the standard for fairs celebrating the form and function of modern luxury living with Hamptons Contemporary. Explaining his transition, Friedman said, “After I sold the fine art fairs, I realized that I may have been too myopic in defining art as what was on the walls. I realized that it was about beauty meeting inspiration and I took a higher level of abstraction, wherein the canvas is the entire home and the paint is defined as all the elements and product categories that comprise and beautify the home. Hamptons Contemporary showcases that wider vision.”  The 40,000 square foot Hamptons Contemporary pavilion will showcase Friedman’s vision with over 150 exhibitors. From world recognized architects to celebrated interior decorators, from luxury furniture and appliance manufacturers to one-of-a-kind design artisans, from state-of-the-art pool and landscape designers to home theater experts, Hamptons Contemporary will celebrate every aspect of luxury home décor and design, both interior and exterior. The Opening Night VIP Reception will benefit the ARF and the Southampton Education Foundation. SEF provides third-party financial support for scholarships and other valuable programs for the students and educators in the Southampton community. For more information visit www. hamptonscontemporary.com. Continued on page D-15.


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When Your House Is A Hollywood Star

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was occasionally entertained in the house by his cousin Susannah Ingersoll and it became the inspiration for his Gothic novel. Unfortunately the Ingersolls remodeled the house and the gables were removed. That created a quandary for Universal Pictures, which acquired the rights to Hawthorne’s novel. A facade of the house was constructed on a studio back lot. As the filming intensified, three different studios were needed to recreate interiors of the house. Sanders and Price never stepped foot in the real thing. Just like actors, some houses are camera friendly. Consider

the Ennis House in Los Angeles. The Frank Lloyd Wright classic has been featured in a half dozen films including Blade Runner (1982), House on the Haunted Hill and many others. This stunning futuristic house has numerous TV shows and commercials as well as movies on its resume. One of the most famous scenes of all time was filmed in the “Beverly House,” in Los Angeles that was once owned by William Randolph Hearst. Once again an actor played second fiddle – not only to the house, but to a horse: a horse head, to be exact. That would be the scene in The Godfather where the movie Renoir, Pierre-Auguste. Luncheon of the Boating Party. Phillips Collection,Washington D.C.

Imagine what George Sanders and Vincent Price felt like when they found out a house was replacing their names on the movie marquee. Actually, it made perfect sense: The House Of Seven Gables, a literary masterpiece written by Nathaniel Hawthorne, had a huge following. Set in the mid 1850s, Hawthorne used a colonial mansion in Salem, Massacuttsetts as his inspiration. The house dates back to 1668 and was originally known as the Turner Mansion. Alas, John Turner III lost the family fortune and the Ingersoll family acquired the house. A relative, Nathaniel Hawthorne

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producer Jack Wolz awakens to find an uninvited guest under his satin sheets. The house showed up again years later in The Bodyguard starring Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner. It was also featured in Into The Night and Topaz. Closer to home, movie buffs may remember Jack Nicholson and Diane Keaton frolicking on the beach in the 2003 classic Something’s Gotta Give. The spectacular oceanfront Southampton estate, located at 576 Meadow Lane, was later sold for $41 million to Jimmy Tisch, CEO of Loews Corp. Eternal Sunshine Of A Spotless Mind (2004), starring Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet, was filmed in Michael Kennedy’s oceanfront house in Wainscott. The scene of Woody Allen chasing the lobster through the kitchen in Annie Hall was filmed at the Rattray summer house on Cranberry Hole Road in Amagansett. Then there was Pollock starring Ed Harris and Marcia Gay Harden. It was filmed in . . . duh, the Pollock House on Springs Fireplace Road. Ditto Grey Gardens, the awardwinning full-length documentary filmed by Albert and David Maysles at an overgrown and rundown private home . . . called Grey Gardens. Sag Harborites remember Alan Alda taking over Main Street to shoot Sweet Liberty in 1986. Alda used a number of locals as extras – in fact, if you are local it might be fun to rent the film and see how many faces look familiar. Sometimes a house can be an integral part of the movie without even being in the movie. The house at 112 Ocean Avenue in Amityville where Ronald DeFeo Jr. killed six family members in 1974 is perhaps the best-known haunted house in the world. Three movies have been made of the Amityville Horror massacre – and all three were filmed in Toms River, NJ at house converted to look like the gambrel style original in Amityville. Some homeowners who let film companies use their house – or rented it to them – are sorry they ever did. The Goonies featured a house in Astoria, Oregon. The 1985 cult classic recently enjoyed a 30-year anniversary and a remake, but legions of fans have come to the house over the years -- thousands, complained owner Sandi Preston. She has covered the entire side of the house that faces a public road with blue tarps and put up a sign informing fans visitors are not welcome.


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A Home Away From Home At White Fences

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Longtime innkeepers Liz and Eric Brodar, previous owners of an award winning inn in Kennebunk, Maine, scoured the Hamptons looking for the perfect property to make their own. The search led them to a beautiful B&B located in Water Mill. The location of the White Fences Inn was ideal. Close to beaches, wineries and train and Jitney stops. The property

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was renovated with modern amenities and thoughtful enhancements. With the help of designer Erin Gates, guest rooms have been refreshed and updated, creating a beautiful and chic atmosphere. Each of the five guest rooms feature Frette and Matouk linens, Malin & Geotz toiletries, Nespresso coffee makers, iPod docking stations, complimentary WiFi, gas

fireplaces, and heated bathroom floors. Four of the rooms also feature a luxurious deep soaking tub. The Inn has a pool onsite and also provides beach parking passes, towels and chairs for those who opt for a day in the sand. Upon arrival guests will enjoy freshly baked cookies and a welcome basket of healthy snacks and an in-room refrigerator stocked with complimentary beverages. Each morning guests wake up to a sumptuous three-course breakfast, prepared by Liz, using fresh, seasonal ingredients from local purveyors. Complementary wine tasting at Wölffer Estate Vineyard and passes to the Parrish Art Museum are some of the perks of staying at White Fences Inn. The Inn is also cutting edge for the environmentally friendly. Guests with electric cars or a Tesla can recharge at the Inn’s charging station. Eric and Liz aim to provide gracious and warm hospitality and a memorable Hamptons bed and

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Your House: Headaches And Solutions By Emily Toy

In a lot of ways, it’s a pinnacle of the American Dream. You get married, get a dog, land a great job, have the two kids, and finally, buy your dream home. For many, owning a home is the biggest investment one will make in a lifetime. It’s also one of the biggest burdens one will ever have to carry. Homeownership is a huge responsibility, one that goes far beyond just paying bills on time and deciding what color to paint the walls. There are dozens of little details necessary for homeownership, and for the most part, they’re not pretty. Everything from installing the required fencing for a pool, to making sure the dimensions for that storage shed in the back corner of your property are correct are crucial elements that can be expensive and a headache if not addressed in a timely and proper fashion. Septic systems are another big problem area that can cost thousands if not taken care of. Hampton Septic Services, a wastewater management company based in East Hampton, opined that when it comes to septic systems, most homeowners take the “out of sight out of mind” approach. HSS recommends getting a typical septic system pumped every two to three years, with pumping becoming more frequent if there’s a garbage disposal on the property or if the house is close to a body of water, if the system is small, or if it’s more than 10 years old. And as always, refrain from flushing feminine hygiene products, harsh chemicals, paint, solvents, baby or personal wipes, or any other dense waste. Got questions? Call HSS at 631-267-7515. Another aspect of homeownership that can cause headaches for homeowners includes the delicate art of proper fencing. Fences are required for specific

things surrounding specific areas of a property. The big one here is swimming pools. According to the Division of Code Enforcement for New York State, the barrier must completely surround the swimming pool and must obstruct access to the swimming pool and the barrier must be at least four feet high. There are other, stipulations for swimming pool fencing that can be specific to individual towns. New Yorkers can check www.dos.ny.gov/dcea/pools. htm\ for more information and visit their town’s websites. Have pesky neighbors and want to add a fence? Obtaining a permit for installing a fence in these parts is $35. To get a permit, the homeowner must have a residential fence permit application and a copy of a survey map, with proposed fence location illustrated. In most cases, these permits can be obtained from the building department at your local town hall. Most of the same goes for installing a storage shed. Applications are usually available online via your town’s website or also within the building department at your town’s respective town hall. Got all your ducks in a row and ready to build? Be sure to check out Above All Fence located in East Islip (631-224-7905) and in Center Moriches (631-878-7778). They have dozens of options for wood, steel, or plastic fencing. And what’s more, they do storage sheds, too! Want something based a bit more local? East End Decks (631329-7150) serves East Hampton and Southampton and East Hampton Fence & Gate (631-3245941) specializes in installing and designing your biggest fencing fantasies. Before we move into the actual dream home of yours, there’s another area of the great outdoors that can penetrate your property in the worst possible way. Yup, you

guessed it. Pest control, in a lot of ways, can be the most aggravating aspect of home ownership. Between the deer, the mosquitoes, the ticks, and other annoying insects, there are plenty of ways your home could be a huge bullseye for problems. Want to avoid, or already got pests? There are plenty of local, reliable options that can keep your pest problems at bay. Call Nardy Pest Control (631-726-4777) and East End Tick and Mosquito Control. The latter has three locations: Southampton (631-287-9700), East Hampton (631-324-9700), and Southold (631-765-9700). “Don’t live in fear of the deer.” The Deer Fence (631-627-4084) specializes in keeping our furry friends out of your yard and away from your flowers. Let us now move to the inside of the happy home you own. In the winter, it’s all about keeping that house warm (at least warm enough so the pipes don’t

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freeze, and then ultimately, burst) and in the summer it’s about keeping that house cool (at least so the beads you’re sweating are trickling down your face not pouring). The East End offers dozens of options with regard to fuel and air conditioning experts. East End Fuel’s (631-329-9344) been doing it for decades, as has Quogue Sinclair Fuel, Inc. (631-728-1066). Kolb Mechanical Corporation, located in Mattituck, is another heating and air conditioning specialist. Call them at 631-298-5527. Got other worries regarding your home? We got you covered. Our Business and Service Directory offers dozens of options each and every week sure to meet whatever need you may have. House is fine, but don’t have time to tidy it up? No worries. There are plenty of house cleaners offering services here on the East End. Because remember, a clean home is a happy home.

In 2004, Pristine Pools launched a new division of the business specializing in stonework design, quality installation and consistent maintenance of waterscapes and hardscape stonework for indoor and outdoor areas. They specialize in natural and modern waterfalls, waterscaping such as ponds and fountains, outdoor fireplaces and kitchens, patios in all shapes, sizes, and materials, and retaining walls. The expanded services provides clients with a comprehensive plan for creating their pool, spa, patio, outdoor fireplace and other exterior entertaining areas. And when it’s time for him to entertain, or enjoy stolen summer relaxation, does the local boy kick back poolside? “I don’t have a pool, but I will someday,” Darvin confessed. For now, he said, “I like the beach.”


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Artwork for the ARF Designer Showhouse by Carolyn Fanelli.

Coastal Living Showhouse Coastal Living’s popular annual Showhouse is in Bridgehampton this year and will be open to the public for tours in June. This marks the 33rd Coastal Living Showhouse and is the first ever to be constructed in the Hamptons. Greg Schumann, group publisher of Coastal Living said, “We’re thrilled to bring the award-winning Showhouse franchise to one of the most sought-after real estate markets in the country. Always popular with our readers, the Showhouse is an amazing way for us to showcase some of the most exciting new trends, ideas, and products in coastal home décor and design that really speak to what our brand is all about.”

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The 2016 Showhouse features interiors by celebrated designer Meg Braff and is being built by Touch of Grey, Inc. The architect for the project is Fred Throo Architects. The home is 6800 square feet in size and has six bedrooms, as well as a pool and pool house, tennis court, and gym. Starting June 11, this custombuilt home will open to the public for tours. To learn more about the 2016 Showhouse, visit www.coastalliving.com/showhouse.

Holiday House Hamptons This year’s Holiday House Hamptons, a renowned interior design showcase, will return to a stately 13,000 square foot home in Water Mill that features a rooftop tennis court, wine cellar, an infinity pool and more. The Showhouse, presented with Hamptons Cottages & Gardens, will open on June 18 with the White Gala from 6:30 to 9:30 PM. All proceeds benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation founded by Evelyn Lauder. Tickets to the gala are $350. Design Chairs Thom Filicia, Robert Stilin and Vicente Wolf will join Holiday House Hamptons CoChairs Iris Dankner and Christopher Hyland. A highlight of the Holiday House includes Venus Williams and her team at V Starr making their design debut on the rooftop tennis court. The house will also feature the work of over 20 interior designers, who will be announced soon.  General admission to the Holiday House will be held from June 19 through July

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Hampton Designer Showhouse This year’s much anticipated annual Hampton Designer Showhouse will take place in Sag Harbor. The house is open from Sunday, July 24, through Monday, September 5, and is open Monday to Sunday from 11

AM to 5 PM. A gala preview party will be held on Saturday, July 23. Designers include Bakes and Kropp, Kate Singer Home, Wolf Interior Designs, Liliane Hart Interiors, Michael Del Piero, along with many others. For more info visit www.hamptondesignershowhouse.com.


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