August 4, 2016
Celebrate Holiday House Hamptons' Extended Dates
The Celebration Continues! Holiday House Hamptons announces its doors will remain open through September 4th.
by New York Spaces
Holiday House Hamptons has announced it will keep doors open through Labor Day and allow more people the opportunity to explore or re-explore the 2.1 acre, 13,000-square-foot home located at 100 Crescent Ave. in Water Mill. The showhouse created by Iris Dankner continues to support The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
While you are enjoying the last few weeks of summer, visiting the showhouse, we highly recommend taking a peek at the alluring study by Chad James Group. Chad James, principal interior designer of Chad James Group, hails from Nashville, Tennessee. He came to the Hamptons to join twenty talented designers to create a holiday-themed space for the Hamptons home nestled near Mecox Bay.
Chad's room immediately caught our eye with the juxtaposition between the dark wood-paneling and the use of contemporary art and décor pieces. Chad, who chose May Day as his holiday, said, "The room was dark, I wanted to lighten up the space and add a touch of springtime whimsy fitting for a Hamptons home." He combined masculine elements with a nod to femininity, integrating a neutral color palette with hints of lilac.A prime example of this blend can be seen in his use of the stately masculine antique Continental Mahogany Table used with a feminine-esque art deco bench. Both pieces were provided by Newel, the decorative arts gallery in New York.
"For most people, a Hamptons home is their second home, I think vacationing in the Hamptons calls for comfortable pieces and light fabrics," he continued, "When designing vacation homes, I want my clients to have a relaxed space with a sense of familiarity that brings to mind a memory of their own home." If you are in need of an inspiring retreat, Holiday House Hamptons is the perfect end-of-summer destination.
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