Friday, October 8, 2010

Mabley Handler Interior Design











Like so many of you, I love everything that Mabley Handler Interior Design touches. This beach-side Amagansett home featured in Hamptons Cottages & Gardens certainly is no exception. The clients wanted a sophisticated beach house, with a cool color palette reminiscent of the ocean and sandy beaches on a misty day. The serene pale oyster gray with a hint of blue is brought to life with texture and depth in such a beautiful way with all the accessories. (Oh my goodness, those chandeliers!) To read more about the home, head over here. And if you missed them before, check out these posts here and here for more eye candy from Mabley Handler! Enjoy your weekend everyone! :)


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34 comments:

Renee@Modus Operandi Designs said...

WOW! It's all so serene and glamorous, I DIE!
I love the vertical glass tiles in that bathroom. How fantastic!

Jennifer and Austin said...

Hey Erin,
Thanks so much for another great post...We love seeing our work on your blog!

If anyone has any questions about any of the products, resources or vendors that we used in this project, please feel free to post them in the comments, and we'll answer them all...So, circle back and check!

Thanks again Erin
xoxox
-Austin & Jennifer

Sarah @ The Ugly Duckling House said...

I. Absolutely. Love. those vertical subway tiles in the bathroom. The gray + blue color scheme is exactly what I've got (or will have) going on in my own home. B-E-A-utiful!

Sing said...

Love the obvious use of shapes here, rectangles, circles. Very pleasing to the eye and clean.

sealaura said...

wow this post makes me want to take out the ajax and start scrubbing. these are gorgeous. this is definitely an elegant beachy look, I think I would prefer a little more turquoise in myself. Have a great weekend!

Alexandra Rae said...

Dead-in-my-tracks to die for! If I'd seen the samples/boards, I'd have thought it wouldn't be enough color for me. But I love every inch!!

Manderley said...

This house is fantastic. The light are wonderful.
Kss

Anonymous said...

Love this house, it's absolutely amazing! I'd love to know where I could find that capiz ball chandelier in the last picture? It's gorgeous! Thanks.

CC said...

So beautiful and serene. The great room with the vaulted ceilings, wow. Wonderful accessories.

Jody said...

Great house..I would love to know who makes the sofa/chaise in picture 2, and also the color of paint on the vanity in pic 3 if possible...

millie said...

How beautiful...I fell in love when I saw the mirror circles, dining chairs and subway tiles in bathroom... must say-drooling :)
Thank you for these gorgeous photos and inspiration

Millie from passiondecor

Anonymous said...

It's amazing how far a little turquoise will bring you! It makes such an impact on these rooms. The high ceilings in the kitchen are soooo wonderful!!

Nicole-Lynn said...

Wow, so pretty! Very clean and soothing.. thanks for sharing! Have a wonderful weekend ahead!

Jennifer and Austin said...

The spherical capiz chandelier in the last photo came from, of all places, a garden supply store in Bridgehampton called Marders (www.marders.com)...We tried to sniff out the original vendor, but were unsuccessful, so you will have to go through them for it (fortunately, it wasn't a fortune).

The sofa in picture two is actually a U-shaped sectional sofa from Mitchell Gold & Bob Williams called the LA Sofa (http://www.mgbwhome.com/la_sect_uph.asp)

The vanity is actually not a painted color, it's brushed stainless steel.

Anything else, let us know :)

Jeanee said...

eek... GRAY!!!

La Vie est Belle said...

I would love to know about the subway tile in the kitchen: what is the name of the color and who makes it? It's so lovely, I want it!

La Vie est Belle said...

I would love to know about the subway tile in the kitchen: what is the name of the color and who makes it? It's so lovely, I want it!

Sally-Ann @ a beautiful space said...

Just added Mabley Handler to my list of favourite designers. Their work is stunning. Thank you for sharing them. Have a great weekend.

christina said...

Love the grey with the tiny bits of turquoise. So serene.

Anonymous said...

That is The Most Beautiful Kitchen in the World, or darned close to it! This house is perfect -- every room is a dream. I adore the master, the ONLY thing I would do differently is to add more color in (aqua/turquoise, of course), its a bit too monochromatic for my personal tastes, but who cares, it is gorgeous nonetheless. Love! -- Kimerly

Jennifer and Austin said...

La Vie est Belle...Watch this space! We will track down that tile manufacturer and product name for you and post it here, but it probably won't happen until Monday. But we will get you that info, promise!

Wendy said...

Wow! so pretty! love the kitchen and last photo.

http://desire2decorate.blogspot.com/

FileUnderLovely said...

What a beautiful home!

Amy R. said...

The marble tub is to die for! Oh how I love that tub!

Amy R.

Sarah said...

Wow! what a home! I can't decide which room I like the best, but the bedroom looks really nice with the gray wallcovering...gorgeous, thanks for sharing!

Laura Trevey said...

There are so many things I love in these beautiful photos. Especially the leather poufs and fabulous chandeliers...

xoxo Laura

Anonymous said...

Every room is just gorgeous. I particularly love the sofa in the bottom photo - who makes/sells it?

Anonymous said...

Hi,

could you tell me where you got the beautiful vertical glass tiles in the bathroom from? Thank you!!

Ivy Lane said...

BeaUUUUtiful post!!!!

Jennifer and Austin said...

Hello again...Here is the next round of product/vendor info:

The curved-front sofa in the last photo is the Harmony Button Sofa from Kravet: http://search.kravet.com/D223B-EXT-77-S_400_Sofas_ItemInformation.aspx#

AS for the tiles...The kitcen tiles are made by Nemo: Glass - Viscaya in Vg 59 Spirit White (although the also have VG61 Marine and VG02 Turquoise for those who require a little more color ;): http://www.nemotile.com/category/glass/viscaya/159

And the vertical frosted glass tiles are made by Walker Zanger: Roku in Matte Rain (Although I don't see the actual size we did, maybe we cut it?: http://www.walkerzanger.com/catalog/series.php?mat=Glass&coll=Roku

If you need anything else, just ask...
-J&A

Anonymous said...

Great rooms I am just picking paint colors for a kitchen very similar to the one pictured what color is the paint. Also the grey paint in the second picture

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Lioness mama said...

Where are the counter stools from? Thank you!

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