Fabulous Room 05.13.16

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David Netto is one of my favorite designers. David is a marvelous editor, creating interiors that are ultra-chic and refined, yet maintain an effortless quality. The spaces he designs seamlessly bring together the modern with the traditional; the minimal with the extraordinary, and he manages to tell a story in each room. Netto’s work is quite moving in its masterful beauty. The June issue of Architectural Digest features a home he recently designed in Southampton, New York. As I mentioned earlier in the week, I have a new project in Southampton that I have just begun working on and am super inspired by the house itself, the location, and my clients. I’ll be sure to share glimpses along the way.

In the meantime, I will leave you with the fabulous kitchen David designed for his client. The graphic blue and white tile is based on a Gio Ponti design from the 1960s which was sourced through Tile Guild which pairs perfectly with the crisp, white cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, and custom steel and brass range hood. The island features a pair of Bassam Fellows Tractor Stools  and pendants by Schoolhouse Electric.

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{The adjoining breakfast room features a big dose of bright yellow! The yacht table is by Soane while the rattan chairs were purchased at Christie’s.}

For the full tour of this stunning home, be sure to pick up a copy of the June issue of Architectural Digest!

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{Photography by Pieter Estersohn for Architectural Digest}

4 thoughts on “Fabulous Room 05.13.16

  1. The graphic blue and white tile really makes this kitchen! It manages to evoke the ocean, as well as suggest boat sails, wind and movement. Even something faintly Greek! There’s something very satisfying in the rustic coppery accents on the shelves and in the leather chair.
    I get the blonde wood floor giving a nod to the beach locale, but antiqued copper hardware on the cabinetry might be interesting, being such a perfect foil for cobalt and interesting counterpoint to stainless steel. It’s that whole new/old dichotomy. He starts to hint at it in mix of metals in the stove hood…

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