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A Danish Classic In The Hamptons

Well, hello again.

I must admit I was getting a little tired of winter. You know, in February we usually start bidding farewell to winter and think about how to redecorate the house for the coming spring. But this year the coldest season started very late and we had minus 10 degrees and 40 centimeters of snow in the first days of March. I thought winter would never pass by. But it did at last.

Luckily, the freezing cold is now followed by an incredibly mild and warm start of spring and the thick white winter blanket disappeared basically in two days.

And guess what, I am already dreaming of lazing around on a summer beach and while looking out for new Scandinavian inspiration, I found this amazing white weatherboard house on the pages of Dwell.

A light and airy interior, you can almost feel the soft breeze from the ocean among the white walls.

The owners have an exquisite taste and no one could have done a better remodeling and reconstruction job for them. My favourite spot is the dining area between the kitchen and the living room. The white walls and light wood surfaces make such a good match. Wood, ceramic, marble and brass are the main materials used to compose this really unique interior and I could trace a few Danish designer pieces (note the sophisticated classic No 8 chair by Helge Sibast, the original dating from 1953) here and there. Other details I love are the leather handles, drawer pulls, the beautiful plant in the corner of the living room and the black and white and brass table lamp. Let’s take the tour.

First seen on Dwell and My Scandinavian Home. Photography: Matthew Williams. Architecture: TBD Architecture + Design Studio. Interior design: Jessica Helgerson Interior Design.

 

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