Designed by L. Lumpkins Architect, Inc. and with interiors by Luci Armstrong Design, this Hamptons style home has everything you could wish for from charming architectural details to very sophisticated interiors.
A grand foyer welcomes guests with its double-height ceiling and traditional paneled walls. A Moravian Star Pendant Light brings a surprising transitional feel to the space. As you will see, every room of this home seems to carry a surprising element which this is why I want to share this home with you. I think it’s fun to add something that surprises and grabs your attention when decorating our home.
Take a look and let me know if you like the decor ideas found in this gorgeous place.
Hamptons Style Home with Sophisticated Interiors
The off-white paint color used in this foyer is Farrow and Ball Wimborne White 239.
Lighting is Moravian Star Pendant Light from Circa Lighting.
Flooring is a 3 inch white oak proprietary custom stained floor.
Art & Color
Wallpaper and framed art brings color to this foyer and dining room. I love the pop of color and personality found in these spaces.
Pendant lighting is Thomas O’Brien Katie Large Fitter Pendant in Polished Nickel.
White & Gray Kitchen
Off-white walls play beautifully against pale gray cabinets in this kitchen.
The gray island bench stools are from Quatrine Furniture.
The kitchen island measures 5′-0″x 10′-0″
Lighting is Darlana Lanterns from Circa Lighting.
Countertop and slab backsplash are polished marble.
Kitchen faucet is by Kohler.
The living room features a color palette that is happy, comfortable and sophisticated. Who wouldn’t love to spend time here?
Nothing is more timeless than blue and white, right? This powder room looks perfect with the mix of white cabinetry, blue and white wallpaper and brass accessories.
Sconces are from Visual Comfort.
Yet another surprising element! Isn’t this horse artwork fabulous? Art is by Melissa Auberty.
Greige Master Bedroom
A timeless paint color sets the look for this bedroom. Greige paint color is Elephant’s Breath 229 Farrow and Ball.
I love the idea of adding some edginess to a space by painting the trim in a darker color. Here, the designer used Kendall Charcoal by Benjamin Moore on trim and cabinetry to add depth to this bathroom.
So, how are you doing today? I am soooo tired! I kept waking up last night and it took forever for me to go back to sleep. Today will be one of those days that one cup of coffee won’t do…
I hope you guys are feeling better and looking and feeling less tired that I am. 🙂
Enjoy your day, my friends and make sure to be safe out there. Take care of yourself and always be aware of your surroundings.
We’ll talk again tomorrow.
Luciane at HomeBunch.com
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