I’ve seen the living room shots of this house floating around the internet for a while now, but it wasn’t until I started digging that I got to see the entire home and it’s a stunner! Turns out, this historic home is in East Hampton, New York, and was a complete renovation, courtesy of New York-based design firm, Chango + Co., who promptly gutted it right down to the studs, removing walls and creating an open floor plan with a wall of windows at the back that now lets the ocean breeze pass through the entire place. White walls, dark floors, coffered ceilings and wall-to-wall windows are a beautiful, elegant backdrop for comfy, slipcovered furniture, industrial, nautical-inspired lighting, rustic accents, pops of yellow and bold pattern. Young, fun and fresh. I especially love the gauzy, white curtains on all the windows – can you imagine how lovely they would look billowing in the evening air, with candles everywhere?
Simple, elegant entry.
So much to love in this living room – how about that wall of windows that opens directly to the patio and pool? Amazing!
The chrome industrial pendants, galvanized Tolix stools and distressed farm table are such a lovely mix:
The dining room is my favorite spot in the house – that ceiling (!), the mantle, the round table, Klismos chairs and that fabulous light fixture are to die for!
Love the oversize hutch, with its wire mesh detailing:
To see more of this house, click here. Here are my picks for creating a similar look in your eating area/kitchen:
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