Wednesday, August 28, 2013

A Place To Hang Art

One cloudy day on vacation last week we decided to meander over to this year's Hampton Designer Showhouse which was presented by Traditional Home to benefit Southampton Hospital.
Bodenchak Design and Build
What comes first, the home or the art? In this case, Bodenchak Design has provided a blank canvas for the interior designers to create a dream decor, choosing art that compliments the furnishings.
Michael Harold Design
Making a handsome statement in the grand foyer.
Brian del Toro Inc.
For me, the art comes first and then I figure out where it fits into the decorating scheme. I could easily get out of control and have a home with walls looking like Gertrude Stein's apartment in Paris.
Gertrude Stein's Paris Apartment
see video here from the Met Museum show
What comes first for you? 
The love of a painting or the color of your couch?
Patricia Fisher Design
This room off the kitchen was lovely and serene. 
It extends into the dining nook, below.
Patricia Fisher Design
Bakes and Co.'s beautiful cabinetry is better seen on their site.
Bakes and Company
The antique bathing costume in this powder room was fun.
Patrick Mele Design
Lowy has a wall of beautiful antique reproduction frames. 
Framing masterpieces since 1907, they would be the ones to go to if the mover drops your Monet.
Georgica Pond, Looking East by Simon Parkes
12" x 24" oil on panel
American Impressionist carved and gilt panel frame by  Lowy
Lillian August
Brian del Toro Inc.
Entry Foyer - Michael Herold Design
Kemble Interiors
 Bradley Stephens, Stephens Design Group
 Baltimore Design Group
Pretty details in this upstairs sitting room by Baltimore Design.
Baltimore Design Group
Can't have too many shell themed items in a home near the beach.
Barbara Ostrom Associates
 Barbara Ostrom Associates
Barbara Ostrom Associates
 Ken Gemes Interiors
Hamptons ladies looking into this outdoor room by Kim Courtney.
Kim E. Courtney Interiors and Design
Photo of the back of the house and pool taken from the tennis court.


Beautiful Home.
Click on the designer names to see better photos from their sites.
Click here for the Hampton Showhouse site.
The last day of the show is Monday September 2nd.

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