captain overton house

Steven Gambrel’s latest masterpiece is – surprise, surprise! – nothing short of absolutely spectacular.  I’ve been anxiously awaiting a full reveal of the competely renovated sea captain’s cottage in Sag Harbor since I first caught a sneak peek on the design genius’ Instagram feed (if you haven’t seen it, I seriously urge you to take a look-see here).  I’m beyond THRILLED to have discovered over the weekend that not only is a full reveal of the property now online, but the dream house is now available for a cool $10 million, if you’re in the market for a quaint Hamptons cottage (!?)

Every detail is breathtaking, from Gambrel’s signature pale blue and gray, tone-on-tone color palette and subtle nautical details to the fabulous mix of art, modern furnishings, antique finds and stunning lighting (the oversize bell jar pendant in the dining room is divine!).  I love, love, LOVE how all the trim throughout is a few shades darker than the walls and the kitchen is enough to make this fan of all-white kitchens run out for a can of paint and go from white to gray!  There’s so much to love in every inch of this home….

Here are a few of my picks for getting a similar look and feel (for those of us without 24k gold piggy banks!):

Topiary / Bell jar pendant / Clam shell / Sailboat painting / Basket / Round brass mirror /

Happy Hump Day!


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  1. Erin on April 6, 2016 at 2:45 pm

    Oh Steven. Sometimes I think I should unfollow his IG feed because it's just torture. This place is so gorgeous.

  2. Kelly Stivers on April 7, 2016 at 6:56 pm

    Erin – Haha, RIGHT?! Torture. Every time a new project sneak peek pops up in my feed, I want to redo my entire house….

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