This fabulous Shelter Island vacation home belongs to designer Jonathan Adler and Simon Doonan. They collaborated with New Haven, Connecticut, firm Gray Organschi to achieve their midcentury-inspired New York vacation home. The results? A 2,800-square-foot structure with four bedrooms, a pool, and a variety of private indoor-outdoor spaces with a blend of California, Japanese and Swedish aesthetic. Let's take a tour of this interesting home, shall we?
Photo credit: Floto + Warner
Overall, I think this is a cool and fabulous home! However, I have a mixed feeling about the interiors. For starters, I really like the structure of this home especially the wrap around floor to ceiling windows that let in an abundance of natural light. I also love many of the pieces in this home particularly the rugs, the vintage Platner chairs, the pillows and the sofa. However, the decor feels a little bit busy for me. I like the beautiful outdoor space, though. What are your thoughts? Do you like everything you see on this tour or otherwise? I would love to hear your thoughts!