Hamptons Home With Classic Coastal Style

With a sophisticated seaside palette that infuses every room with the breezes that waft in from the water just beyond its doors, this traditional home celebrates the elegance of living in Hampton Bays. Demure blues and neutrals carry through delicate print fabrics, custom cabinetry and original art.

Photo By: Tria Giovan

Photo By: Tria Giovan

Photo By: Tria Giovan

Photo By: Tria Giovan

Photo By: Tria Giovan

Photo By: Tria Giovan

Photo By: Tria Giovan

Photo By: Tria Giovan

Photo By: Tria Giovan

Photo By: Tria Giovan

Photo By: Tria Giovan

Photo By: Tria Giovan

Photo By: Tria Giovan

Photo By: Tria Giovan

Photo By: Tria Giovan

Photo By: Tria Giovan

Photo By: Tria Giovan

Hamptons Home Boasts Garage With Breezeway

Hedges and shrubs line the front of the home, providing a touch of greenery without blocking the windows. Meanwhile, a breezeway connects the garage to the mudroom and so creates a covered walkway for the owners.

French Door, Columns Mark Main Entrance to Hamptons Home

A beautiful French door with sidelights marks the main entrance to this home in the Hamptons. Inside, an airy foyer and open family room offer clear views of the water.

Foyer Uses Blue Art, Fabrics to Complement Coastal Setting

A range of blues and teals in the art, carpet and fabrics reflect the water views seen from the back of the house. In turn, this elegant foyer is also thoughtfully coastal.

Coastal Living Room With Blue Chairs and Sofa

The blue and green hues in this living room were inspired by the colors of the Bay. A series of large French doors provides beautiful architectural detail, as well as natural light.

Open Kitchen Boasts Expansive Eat-In Island

The open layout of this kitchen, in addition to the expansive island, allows for great entertaining when friends and family visit. Two stools pull right up to the island's edge and create a comfortable eat-in counter.

Open Kitchen With Large Island Allows for Effortless Entertaining

The open layout of this kitchen, in addition to the expansive island, allows for great entertaining when friends and family visit. It was important for the family to have a functional chefs kitchen that would give them the opportunity to host while enjoying the company of their guests.

Cozy Breakfast Nook With Tufted Banquette

Located just off the kitchen and dining room, this cozy breakfast nook provides a casual place for the family to dine together. It also offers additional seating when the owners are entertaining. The windows showcase beautiful views of the water.

Sophisticated Dining Room With Suede Chairs

This sophisticated dining room acts as an extension of the kitchen. The designers wanted to create a space that felt like its own entity while still being part of the open floor plan. French doors and a soothing, earth-toned color palette cultivate a relaxing and enjoyable environment. The chairs were upholstered in a rich, durable ultra suede fabric that would accommodate the family's young children without sacrificing sleek style.

Sunroom Lined With Delicate Glass Lanterns

This sunroom uses blue hues to echo the colors of the Hamptons Bay. Durable outdoor fabrics, striped pillows and glass lanterns accentuate the coastal aesthetic and create a comfortable spot for entertaining visitors. The bunching coffee table was a perfect addition to the room, too, as it can easily be separated into four small tables or assembled as a large coffee table.

Neutral Home Office With Dark Wood Desk

This sleek and functional home office was designed to be a secluded place to work, and so it comes equipped with a dark wood desk, comfortable chairs and built-in bookshelves. The floor-to-ceiling windows offer views of the lush lawn and fill the space with natural lighting.

Secluded Living Space With Charcoal Gray Sectional

With a private entrance from the master bedroom and office wing, this secluded living space was designed to be a retreat where the couple could unwind together. Thus, a comfortable, charcoal gray sectional gives the owners room to cuddle up or stretch out, while Pecky Cypress Beams take advantage of the high ceilings.

Staircase Boasts Blue-and-White Runner With Geometric Print

Clean white paneled walls and a blue-and-white stair runner with a geometric print guide visitors to the second floor of this two-story home. A darker railing creates the perfect contrast to the lighter walls.

Second Floor Landing With Wrought Iron Chandelier

Large paned windows allow natural light to illuminate both the first and the second floor. An oval-shaped wrought iron chandelier serves as a focal point as guests ascend the stairs. Wrought iron lantern sconces add a bit of detail to the paneled light gray walls and complement the chandelier as well.

Tranquil Master Suite With Views of Water

The blues and greens in this tranquil master bedroom purposefully reflect the colors of the water outside. A plush bed anchors the space, with neutral pillows and linens encouraging the owners to relax after a long day.

Master Bathroom With Metallic Soaking Tub

The master bathroom is just as soothing, with a large soaking tub positioned along a wall of windows. The patterned shade can be pulled down for privacy, or lifted to fill the space with natural light and views of the water.

Outdoor Patio Equipped With Retractable Screens

Though living on the water has its perks, there's one downside: pesky insects. Luckily, the owners can use a remote control to drop retractable screens from the columns that define this patio and create a bug-free zone.

Hamptons Home With Screened Porch and Stair Tower

Even at a distance, this Hamptons home has a grand presence. The screened porch and stair tower with paned windows provide a striking view as guests follow the curved driveway.

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