Mimicking the architecture of shingled cottages you would see in the Hamptons, this home is the imagination of Blaze Makoid Architecture, nestled in the charming village of Sagaponack, in Southampton, New York. Interiors studio Axis Mundi also worked on the project, taking a different approach to the interior design scheme.
Instead of decorating with beach style artifacts and furnishings, the designers took a cue from the crisp white interior envelope crafted from the architects and complimenting the spaces with a comfortable modern elegance. The aesthetics emulate a contemporary Cap Ferrat coastal home than something you would typically see in Long Island. Clean lines and designer furnishings mix with industrial elements of steel and aluminum in the living room fireplace surround and the Bulthaup kitchen respectively.
A monochromatic color palette of soft shades of gray helps to not detract from the beauty of nature that can be seen through windows surrounding the home. In the master bedroom en-suite, a serene color scheme in shades of blue awaits, helping to promote restful sleep. Custom oak panelling adds warmth to the space, as does the wood flooring that is complimented by a plush area rug.
What We Love: Light-filled, inspiring interiors that are simple and clean have moved us in this wonderful cottage design located in a desirable vacation destination… perfect! A nice sleek kitchen and designer furnishings that are not too fussy makes a low-maintenance space for easy entertaining and an enjoyable vacation. What do you think of this cottage design, does it feel like a cottage or do you find it too modern?
We have featured some fabulous projects by both designers on this new home development. First have a look at some of Blaze Makoid Architects work and see just how inspired you can get with this Contemporary oceanfront property in Sagaponack or this fabulously Beautiful Fieldview Residence in East Hampton.
Now if you were more interested in the interiors of this home tour that we just featured, you are in luck. We have showcased a couple of homes from Axis Mundi’s portfolio that we would love to share with you here, starting with a Greenwich Village Townhouse gets remarkably transformed and ending with Light-filled duplex offers small design with huge impact in NY. Enjoy and be sure to let us know which project most inspired you!
Photos: Mark Roskams
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