Modern meets Victorian Interiors – In the dunes of Long Island, Robert A.M. Stern Architects and designer Steven Gambrel join forces to craft a Shingle Style stunner that melds traditional warmth with contemporary elegance.
The atmosphere of the ocean is brought inside the home with a tranquil beach color palette of light blue, aqua and turquoise.
Porches and balconies lend a summery look to an East Quogue, New York, house devised by Robert A.M. Stern Architects and decorated by the design firm S. R. Gambrel; Edmund Hollander Landscape Architects handled the gardens
The living room features Charles Edwards lanterns, sconces by the Urban Electric Co., and, near the fireplace, a vintage cocktail table from JF Chen; the silk wall covering is by Phillip Jeffries, and the rug is by Beauvais Carpets. The windows, made by Reilly Windows & Doors and trimmed in a Benjamin Moore blue, are framed by curtains of a Schumacher linen.
The family room’s 1962 chandelier is from Blackman Cruz, and the artwork is by Manolo Valdés; ’30s Danish chairs from 1stdibs surround a ’40s French table from Monc XIII, club chairs by S. R. Gambrel are covered in a Clarence House fabric, and the custom-made ottoman/cocktail table is clad in a Global Leathers hide
The dining room’s chairs and three-part table were designed by S. R. Gambrel; the vintage Murano-glass chandeliers are from Tom Thomas Gallery.
The kitchen is appointed with a RangeCraft hood, a Lacanche range, Waterworks sink fittings, and cabinet hardware by Sun Valley Bronze; the vintage lanterns are from Olde Good Things, and the chairs are by TK Collections.
In the library, a Louise Nevelson sculpture is displayed above an S. R. Gambrel sofa clad in a Fabricut stripe; on the cocktail table is a Steven Gambrel–designed tray for the Lacquer Co.
A 1950s Italian chandelier brightens the master bedroom; the platform bed is an S. R. Gambrel design upholstered in a Calvin Fabrics stripe, the solid-blue coverlet is by RH, and the walls are sheathed in a Phillip Jeffries silk.
Master Bathroom – A pendant light and sconces, all by Jamb, accent the same room; Waterworks made the sink fittings and stool.
Magazine: Architectural Digest Location: Long Island, Hamptons Architect: Robert A.M. Stern Architects Designer: Steven Gambrel Photo: Eric Piasecki Producer: Martin Bourne Text: Dan Shaw