Friday, August 2, 2013

Home tour- A shingle-clad summer house in the Hamptons!

Believe it or not, at one time this home was separated into three different parts. In the mid-1970s, architect Todd Williams acquired a plot to build a house. To get the look he wanted, he purchased three shingle-sided outbuildings in three different sizes from farmers in the area. After the buildings were transported to his land, he linked them with glass-walled passages. He later sold the house in the 80's.

This home have had different owners and had received multiple additions and changes. Let's take a look!


For more images from this home tour, please visit here.

I love the wonderful story behind this unique home. I also like the marriage of rustic exteriors with modern interiors, what a great combination! The rooms that I adore most are the gorgeous kitchen (especially those herringbone tiles!) and the small dining area with the leather chairs. Which room/ element caught your eyes? 


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