From Sag Harbor to Montauk, Hamptons style can best be described as simple and classic with a touch of bohemian. Bright, white slipcovered furniture, natural accessories like jute rugs, shell lamps and driftwood mirrors mixed with a splash of vibrant modern art and vintage finds.  Here are a few ways to bring a little bit of the Hamptons into your home.

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This vintage caned sofa by Spruce Austin was stylishly reupholstered in a small blue chevron pattern.  It would look great in a sun room or living area.

Add a couple of Madeleine Weinrib block-printed pillows to give the room some contrasting color and pattern.

These nautical striped floor pillows were custom-made in jersey fabric by casual T-shirt maker Splendid.  Throw a few on the floor in a bedroom for a great reading nook or in the family room where most of the late-night movie viewing is taking place. Buy the fabric and have a local seamstress or upholsterer make one or more custom versions for you.

This graphic reproduction of the Philadelphia “love” sculpture by Robert Indiana was found at a local boutique Beach Bungalow in the charming village of Sag Harbor.

These thick, colored, jute boucle rugs from West Elm are a nice neutral way to anchor a room.

driftwood mirror like this one from Crate and Barrel is affordable art and would be dramatic in an entryway.

Hollywood interior designer Marjorie Skouras makes a line of beautifully crafted chandeliers including this turquoise empire version.  Try it in a traditional place like the dining room or hang it in a master bath to give it a little more sophistication.

Roberta Roller Rabbit in East Hampton carries these bohemian nesting boxes perfect for holding the latest edition of Hamptons magazine or some sandy bathing suits.

How about adding a pop of color to the kitchen, painted in white of course, with these graphic pear and lemon-lime prints both found on etsy.

It wouldn’t be the Hamptons without a cozy lounge in the backyard that included an impromptu outdoor theater and globe string lighting.  Photo courtesy of

Better book your house soon or you’ll have no place to summer.  Happy hour at Ruschmeyers anyone?


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