Country Classic: A Hamptons House by Bunny Williams

They say that everything old is new again. It’s certainly a sentiment I can get behind! After all, there is a reason classic design never goes out of style. In the case of this beautiful home, featured in the current issue of Architectural Digest, a collaboration between Bunny Williams, architect Michel Dwyer, and landscape architect Quincy Hammond proved to be quite fruitful. The clients, a commercial real estate broker and her physician husband elected to build a new house in Southampton, New York, but it has all the wonderful trappings of an old estate thanks to the talented team who brought the timeless design to life. Let’s take a tour, shall we?

{Does it get more classic than a black and white marble checkerboard foyer? In this case, it was inspired by the iconic David Adler homes in Lake Forest, Illinois.}

{The Master Sitting Room features Coral-Colored Walls and a Picasso Linocut}

{The Pine-Clad Library also features a Penny Morrison Fabric}

{The Striking Living Room features Works by Picasso, Heimo Zobernig, and a Chuck Close Portrait}

{The Dining Room Walls are Clad in a 19th-Century Chinoiserie Wallpaper}

{The Pretty Powder Room features Wallpaper by Zina Studios}

{The Master Bedroom is Swathed in Stripes and a Floral Chintz Fabric}

{The Beautiful Parterre Garden}

{The Stucco Facade, Tiled Roof, and Manicured Gardens Give the Impression of an Old Estate– Can you believe this house is a new build?}

{Photography by Douglas Friedman for Architectural Digest}

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  1. I was Very lucky to have the very taLented
    Michel DWyer design a beautiful house
    For me in GreenwicH Ct.
    One of the nicest architects you could ever work with!!