inspired in sag harbor

I’ve never been to the Hamptons, but I know I would be just darling at living there.  Shingle-style cottages, a great mix of modern and rustic interiors with just a little bit of blue and white thrown in for good measure?  Yes, please!  This 19th century cottage in Sag Harbor is home to Bloom antique shop owner Mona Nerenberg and is, for me, quintessential Hamptons style.  A black and white color palette is warmed by tons of texture (the handspun jute rug in the living room is to die for!), beautiful antiques and a pared-down approach to decorating where less is much, much more.  I’m obsessed with every inch of this four bedroom beauty:

Here are a few of my picks for getting a similar look:

Mirror / Basket / Pillow / Rug / Vase / Chair / Seaside print / Sofa / Pendant light / Abstract painting

Happy Tuesday!


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I'm Kelly, interior designer, stylist, hostess with the mostest and editor of my blog, where I share pics of my work, my own home, décor projects, entertaining hacks, where to find the best decorating deals and all the beautiful things that are currently inspiring me!




  1. Yvonne on August 3, 2016 at 8:46 pm

    So beautiful! Just earlier this week after a long string of super humid weather I told my husband that at the latest when our girls are grown we are moving to either the Hamptons or Marthas Vineyard. I would be very content there.

  2. Kelly Stivers on August 3, 2016 at 10:04 pm

    Yvonne-you and me both!! In the meantime, we can drool over beauties like these!!

  3. Yvonne on August 3, 2016 at 11:48 pm


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