Hamptons Home: Tour One Summer-Ready House That’s All About The Nuanced Art of Subtlety | Architectural Digest
In the living room, an armchair by Carlo Hauner and Martin Eisler (Bossa Furniture), an…
Some projects are also stories. The tale of this renovation of a Hamptons home in Sag Harbor, is best told by interior designer Sandra Weingort. “On March 26, 2020, when the owner contacted me, New York City, like much of the world, was under a pandemic lockdown,” she explains. “Since I hadn’t yet mastered all the ropes of working remotely during Covid, my first thought was that it would be irresponsible to take on this project without even visiting it. But she said she was ‘willing to take any risk to be able to work with me.’ We became friends and now laugh about that initial conversation.”
The client’s house was like many a Hamptons home—spacious, with a pool, and offering an appealing escape from the hustle-and-bustle of the city. It has four bedrooms and an office, a television room, a breakfast room, a kitchen, a dining room, and a large reception room. The house was also completely devoid of furniture, meaning that Weingort was being offered a blank slate. The brief? To make this house, with its unobstructed views of Sag Harbor Bay, a haven of peace and comfort that was welcoming and inviting.