Photo by Julie Fitzgerald via Hampton Designer Showhouse website.
Last week the annual Hampton Designer Showhouse, presented by Traditional Home, opened in Bridgehampton to a select crowd of designers, industry friends and supporters. We snuck in early to find the designers doing some last minute styling of their spaces during the calm before the storm.
The image and the one above it were photographed by Michael Rodenbush, courtesy of Tilton Fenwick.
One space we particularly loved was designed by Tilton Fenwick, which was named among the top 20 “New Traditional” design firms by Trad Home magazine. The duo combines modern and traditional in a unique and thoughtful way.
Tablecloth fabric is Tamerlane, by Brunschwig & Fils. Photo via Nest by Tamara
Take, for instance, the classic Brunschwig & Fils pattern Tamerlane. These ladies used the fabric as a table cloth in their showhouse room, but didn’t stop there. They used the fabric border for the window treatments, giving it an updated look.
Curtain border is Tamerlane, by Brunschwig & Fils. Photo via Nest by Tamara
We are back in the Hamptons this weekend for another worthy charity event, Super Saturday. Benefitting the Ovarian Cancer Research fund, this all-day shopping event combines designer discounts with fundraising. If you are there, stop by and see us and shop some of the great deals from Kravet and Lee Jofa.
The Hampton Designer Showhouse will be open to the public for viewing through Sept 4. Proceeds benefit Southampton Hospital.