Friday, July 20

Day 2: Cerulean hues shine at the Hampton Designer Showhouse: Day 2 Sneak Peeks and sources

More behind the scenes views 
of inspiring vignettes and designs 
at the Hampton Designer Showhouse 
in Watermill, Long Island. 
an unglazed porcelain bisque shark sculpture centerpiece from Jonathan Adler
adorns the table in Jennifer Mabley & Austin Handler's cerulean dining room
As the rain pours down outside my window I know the vibrant hues over at the showhouse will shine for tomorrow evening's opening gala.  A look at some more of my favorites many in various blue tones, with the exception of one incredible master bedroom swathed in coral swirls.
Shark scupture is flanked by stylish candle sticks designed by my friend @stacyStyle   
Stacy Kunstel and partner Michael Partinio have a lovely Look Book of products over at  Dunes and Dutchess
I hope to see these candlesticks sold somewhere out east, and they come in an assortment of colors and finishes
 Kate Singer creates a warm vignette of blues with pretty landscape art 
by Gretchen Fuss
 Kate Singer's den utilizes a sophisticated collection of Kravet, Brunschwig & Fils and Kelly Wearstler fabrics 
in blues, greys and neutrals - 
very quintessentially Hampton style!
 Hope the swans are keeping dry today during last minute installations - pool area designed by Tara Seawright.  
fabrics by Trina Turk at Schumacher
 outdoor furniture by Barlow Tyre
 Trina Turks outdoor curtain panels enclose the pergola she designed, 
creating a cozy room outside
 Robert Passal's master bedroom makes me swoon...
 "timeless, collected, composed, and curated are words often used to describe his aesthetic" The 2012 Hampton Designer Showhouse directory
 walls by Black Crow studios
If you haven't checked out Tracy Hiner's amazing  work, run over to her website.
"Black Crow Studios is a custom wallpaper company that pushes the traditional idea of wallpaper into the realm of Art. This is for people who want to have something unique in their space that was created with them specifically in mind. We are looking for people who want to make a statement – be it understated or avant garde"
 the attention to detail in Robert's room makes it my favorite space in the house.  The color combinations and textures are lovely but in a fresh, edited way that creates an inviting bedroom with an infusion of beautiful light.
  Robert brings in two of my very favorite light fixtures from English company, Vaughn

an inviting bed upholstered in a rich green by Savoir with Sferra bedding
Stop back tomorrow 
for more Showhouse views!