East Hampton Residence

This summer Andy Goldsborough Interior Design is nearing completion on a project in East Hampton. For my first design post on my own work I am sharing a special project and some of the process and details encompassing the design and fabrication. This project is for a couple that I previously designed an apartment for in New York and this is their first house. Repeat clients are always my favorite as you develop a level of trust and friendship, and this particular couple both have incredibly refined taste and eye for great design. They wanted a house that had a very quiet color palette and was a relaxing getaway from the city, but also kept in mind kid-friendly materials since they have three young children. Following are the images in progress and I hope to update later in the summer when the project is complete.

Sun bleached walnut selected for the Living Room fireplace mantle and surround
Marble selected for Living Room fireplace
Waxed bleached walnut and marble fireplace detail

Detail of custom crown moulding in Living Room

Final layout of custom marble floor for the Powder Room

Powder Room almost complete
Selecting paint color for wainscotting in the Dining Room
Wainscotting painting complete and Gino Sarfatti chandelier installed in the Dining Room
Alvar Aalto A110 by Artek chosen for Kitchen island pendants
Kitchen complete
Breakfast Room with Le Corbusier LC6 in gloss light blue with textured glass top, Eames chairs and Aalto Beehive pendant
Rich Brilliant Willing “Branch Chandelier” chosen for Guest Bedroom
Guest Bedroom with Rich Brilliant Willing chandelier and table lamps
Bocci chandelier above stairs
Knoll Bertoia Bird Lounge Chair and Ottoman in a yellow boucle fabric for the Master Bedroom
Ligne Roset Mini Togo loveseat and Louis Poulsen light fixture in one of the twins bedroom.
Paola Lenti chair in the son’s bedroom
Richard Schultz furniture installed at the pool
Outdoor dining

10 Responses to “East Hampton Residence”

  1. apolitical2

    Andy, a truly sublime pallet of colors and materials. Subtle with a slight slight  edge.  Forgive an old Southern vernacular expression, ” You done good ” Forgive me for writing it !  But you have produced a beautiful place, please keep us updated.


  2. Andy

    Gaines, thank you so much!  You can write anytime you want and I am grateful for your meaningful comments always!  Will keep you posted on the progress and when I get ready to write my first book I’m calling you to contribute the preface!  Hugs, Andy

  3. Jenna

    The fireplace is SPECTACULAR!!…and the Powder room tile! FABULOUS! Great job Andy!! Can’t wait to see more!

  4. Andy

     Jenna, thank you!!! It is such a fantastic project and I’m so excited with the results.  Look forward to posting more and thanks again for the accolades!

  5. Claire D.

    Andy, this is stunning….I’m so proud of you and so happy for you….this job really showcases your talents….and I love me a white kitchen! Bravo!

  6. Andy

    Claire, thank you very much!  Wait until you see the barstools and the rest of the kitchen pass through to the family room.  I’ll update more later.  Thanks again for such an encouraging response!

  7. Tim

    The perfect tranquil setting on a Friday night after a long and arduous drive out east. Bravo!

  8. Andy

    Wow, Tim thank you!  That really says it all!  Hope you’re well and enjoying the summer!  Cheers, Andy

  9. Erin

    Beautiful, Andy. Well done! I love the first image – the mixture of materials and the subdued colors… Gorgeous. All of it!

  10. Andy

    Thank you Erin!  It’s such a great project and I’m looking forward to the rest of the process and we’re adding on a new screen porch and outdoor dressing area/shower.  Will post more later in the year!


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