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Hamptons House: A visit to a house that’s ready for summer

81q1c7GiM0LSome projects are also stories.Interior designer Sandra Weingort best tells the story of the renovation of the Hamptons home in Sag Harbor.“On March 26, 2020, when owners contacted me, New York City, like much of the world, was under pandemic lockdown,” she explained."Since I haven't mastered all the tricks of working remotely during Covid, my first thought was that it would be irresponsible to take on this project without having access to it. But she said she was "willing to take any risks to work with me." ". We became friends and now start laughing at the initial conversation."
The client's house, like many in the Hamptons, was spacious, had a swimming pool, and provided an appealing escape from the hustle and bustle of the city.It has four bedrooms and an office, a TV room, a breakfast room, a kitchen, a dining room and a large reception room.The house was also completely unfurnished, which meant Weingort got a blank slate.brief?In order to make this house a haven of peace and comfort with unobstructed views of Sag Harbor, warm hospitality.
On a vintage long table, a vase by Shiro Tsujimura and Claude Conover (Dobrinka Salzmandes Gallery).Chair by Sergio Rodrigues (Bossa Furniture).A photo of Hiroshi Sugimoto (Form Atelier) hangs on the wall.Suspension installation by Serge Mouille (Dobrinka Salzman Gallery).
Weingort has carefully selected materials and colors that connect the home with its environment, as well as a soft and refined palette inspired by nature.The authenticity of the vintage furniture is combined with unusual modern furniture specially selected to ensure that nothing distracts from the waterfront landscape.In terms of colours, materials, furniture and artwork, the common denominator is that "everything is obvious, simple, discreet, unpretentious, like the owner himself".The interior includes pieces from the biggest names in Brazilian design (table by Sergio Rodrigues, armchairs by Martin Eisler and Carlo Hauner) and others in France (armchairs and ottomans by Pierre Paulin, seats by Guillerme and Chambron, and Ateliers Stool Demarrolles).George Nakashima and Isamu Noguchi are also represented.All of this is joined by a more contemporary design, as well as custom furniture by Weingort himself.The art collection includes works by prominent names such as James Turrell, Agnes Martin, Hiroshi Sugimoto and Ryan McKinley.There are also up-and-coming artists such as Christopher Le Brun, Pieter Vermeersch and Mai-Thu Perret.Overall, it was a complete tour.
In front of the large bay window, the floor-to-ceiling table with stone base brings nature into the living room.Pictured above is a vase by Tom Edmonds.Chair by Guillerme and Chambron (Galerie Provenance).Rug from Nasiri Carpets.
The breakfast room overlooks the gardens and Sag Harbor.Tables by Sandra Weingort and Casey Johnson, chairs by Carlo Hauner and Martin Eisler (Bossa Furniture).
Blonde wood storage units in the kitchen are paired with stools by furniture Marole.Vase by Ming Yuen-Schat (RW Guild).
At the entrance, on a travertine table (Celine Cannon), a vase by Ming Yuen-Schat (RW Guild).Vintage stool from Ponce Berga.On the walls, on the left, by James Turrell, and on the back wall, by Vera Cardot (Magen H Gallery).Pendant lamp by Emrys Berkower (Studio Tashtego).
Contemporary pieces in the house include Jonathan Nesci's cabinets at the entrance, vases by Aaron Poritz (Cristina Grajales Gallery) and vintage mirrors by Sergio Rodrigues (Bossa Furniture).Pieter Vermeersch (Galerie Perrotin) works on the walls.
In the office, a built-in wood-framed bench creates a window reading nook.In the front is a chair and ottoman by Pierre Paulin, a vintage stool (Dobrinka Salzman Gallery) and a coffee table by Kaspar Hamacher.Works by Robert Motherwell hang on the walls.
In the master bedroom, pastel tones create the ambience.Above the headboard (Sandra Weingort), by Christopher Le Brun (Albertz Benda).On the bedside table (Sandra Weingort), a lamp by Jos Devriendt (Demisch Danant).Sheets by RW Guild.Rug by FJ Hakimian.
The rooms are decorated in mahogany and walnut tones.On the vintage bedside table, there is a lamp (L'Aviva Home).On the walls are mosaics by Agnès Martin (Gallery Dobrinka Salzman).Sheets by RW Guild.Rug from Beauvais Carpets.
The master bathroom is finished in white and blond wood.Between the basins, a vase by Casey Zablocki (RW Guild).Pictured above is a vintage Italian mirror.Chandelier by Alvar Aalto (Jacksons).
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Post time: Jun-25-2022