Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Willey Design




















John Willey of Manhattan-based Willey Design used a palette of watery blues and sand to bring the beach indoors in this Hamptons lakefront home. The pops of orange make it all the more cheery! The sunny family room that opens up to the breakfast area is my favorite space. But I love the airy kitchen too, with the glass cabinets and painted shelves! The pool and lake view are nothing to complain about either! Finish your tour of this fabulous Sag Harbor home here! And for another one of my all-time favorite projects by Willey Design, a delightful Nantucket cottage, head here!


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11 comments:

Connie said...

What is it about this color . . . everything is prettier with a coat of turquoise :)
Stay Happy!
Connie :)

Jordan McBride said...

Looks like modern Nantucket. Very nice!

Be Inspired PR said...

absolutely obsessed with this beach home! We're just dying to live here!

manuela carvalho said...

The table are so pretty! Your blog is an inspiration... Beautiful pictures!

SizzleandZoom said...

A beautiful home full of colorful surprises. The sofa is perfect for living by the beach or lake. The pendant lamp is wonderful.

Billie makes a home said...

Oh Erin
I simply adore this post! I especially like the choice of lighting - so beautiflly chosen for each room.
Thanks for sharing! I will definitely be visiting your site again!
Billie

jackbenson03 said...

I love how you decorate! Thanks for sharing the colors you use. I was wondering what color you used on the table in the picture. I really like that color. Thanks! I enjoy reading your blog!

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Erin R. Brewer said...

Awesome photography……..the only thing I don’t like about them is that I didn’t shoot them.
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Micheal Adams said...

Funny thing...I am not a photographer, I'm am musician who studied architecture, and I do not see one comment here about composition. The general public doesn't care about how technically proficient you are with your photographic equipment, all they care about is that your photograph either expresses something in an artistic sense or that your photograph serves its purpose

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Makayla Charleston said...

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