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East Hampton Village Home Tour

What’s better on a hot summer day than a tour of a peaceful and pretty home located in East Hampton Village, decorated by Phoebe Howard in cool blues and whites. I’ve admired Phoebe’s style for many years and today’s home doesn’t disappoint.

A beautifully, serene living room with vaulted ceiling awaits inside. The monochromatic room is soothing and restful and this is the perfect place to enjoy a new novel or your favorite decorating magazines. The placement of furniture creates a perfect conversation area, too.

East Hampton Blue Living RoomPhoto by Phoebe Howard

The windows in this room are amazing. I love loads of sunlight and it looks so pretty dancing off the soft blue tones and unique patterns.

Cottage Style Living RoomPurchase upholstery fabric on Houzz

A white traditional kitchen is balanced with warm wood floors and a wood-topped kitchen island. Bamboo blinds add texture at the kitchen window.

Beach Style Kitchen in the East Hampton VillagePhoto by Phoebe Howard

Gray-blue cabinets populate the bar area off the kitchen. Clear glasses on the shelves don’t obstruct the views out the window.

Kitchen Bar AreaPhoto by Phoebe Howard

Cool blue continues into the dining room with its rustic chandelier and floor-to-ceiling curtains. Coastal oil paintings lend a nautical vibe.

Beach Style Dining Room with ChandelierPhoto by Phoebe Howard

Neutral tones are a welcome surprise in the beautiful family room with a lovely patterned sofa. I love the soft tone of the paneled walls. It keeps the space from looking too dark or dreary.

Country Style Family Room in Neutral ColorsPhoto by Phoebe Howard

A striped runner climbs its way up the traditional staircase. A ship on the entryway console gives a nod to the seashore outside. A seagrass rug can stand up to the wear and tear that an entryway receives.

Entryway and Traditional StaircasePhoto by Phoebe Howard

Upstairs, a charming cottage style bedroom is cozy and inviting. I’m totally in love with the bedspread! My kitties would love to play with its decorative trim. Now I want to add decorative trim to all my bedspreads!

Farmhouse Bedroom in PastelsPhoto by Phoebe Howard

This beach style bedroom mimics the nearby ocean water with its sea-green walls.

Beach Style Bedroom in East Hampton VillagePhoto by Phoebe Howard

What child wouldn’t love this fun bedroom with its built-in bunk beds and rich color? The geometric prints and floating ship add a touch of whimsy.

Kids Blue Bedroom with Bunk BedsPhoto by Phoebe Howard

See more of this East Hampton village home by Phoebe Howard over on Houzz.

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4 Comments

  1. With all the gorgeous fabric combinations, attention to detail and awesome rugs I thought that for sure this was a home designed by Anthony Baratta! It isn’t but Wow! What a beautiful home. You know that I love the blue decor 🙂

  2. Someone knows how to pick the fabric for curtains, these were stunning with each room. I loved the touches of wood in the kitchen and you are so right your kitties would love that bedspread. I ca see a cat batting at those little balls now, haha!

  3. Oh, that dining room. My favorite room of this house. Wouldn’t it be wonderful to just scrap everything and start over – or at least refinish and reupholster absolutely every surface in the house. I’ll be so happy when Spring is truly here and I can get outside in the garden. I’m becoming more and more unhappy with the inside every day. Cabin fever is alive and well here.