Sneak Peek–North Fork Photoshoots

What a whirlwind of a summer and fall it’s been–(we can’t believe Thanksgiving is next week?!) but we’ve been busy in the office with lots of fun projects going on, including wrapping up and photographing four homes over the course of three days on the North Fork. We’re working hard to get all of this new content up on our website, but here’s a quick sneak peek of what’s to come!

Day 1: #AldrichLaneProject, Mattituck NY 

This gorgeous property overlooking the Long Island Sound was a second home-turned- permanent-residence that features sleek furniture and fixtures and incorporates pops of fun, saturated colors to give our client the clean, contemporary look they were hoping for in their new home. (Check back here to see some of our initial inspiration for this home!)

 

Day 2: #ShelterIslandHomeProject, Shelter Island NY 

This cozy little home on Shelter Island makes for the perfect beach retreat, layered with fun patterns and textures that give off some seriously summery vibes. (We painted the kitchen island in this home Sherwin Williams “Inky Blue” which we highlighted as a pick of the week!)

 

Day 3 (part one): #PineNeckProject, Southold NY

We removed a wall that separated the kitchen and living room to create a space for more open and seamless entertainment–complete with a custom bar area– and freshened it up with light and bright finishes. (Check back here to see this home while it was still a work in process–we couldn’t be happier with the final product!)

 

Day 3 (part two): #SigsbeeRoadProject, Mattituck NY 

This fun beach cottage overlooking Peconic Bay is a home that was designed with family in mind and where sandy feet are welcomed. Mixing in modern materials and finishes gave our clients the updated home they desired for the perfect coastal getaway. (We loved the brass hexagon hardware in the kitchen of this home so much that we featured it as one of our picks of the week as well!)

 

Check back on the website soon to see the final reveal of these and more!

All photo credit to Kyle Caldwell Photography.

 

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