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Modernist Beach House Master Bedroom

Modernist Beach House Master Bedroom

project

Modernist Beach House Master Bedroom

Meyer Davis principal Will Meyer discovered this 1970s Hugh Newell Jacobsen waterfront house in East Hampton, modifying it to suit his family of four. It was largely untouched but still needed a lot of work. He punched out windows and reshuffled the layout to improve sight lines for their casual lifestyle. Rather than recreating a 70’s mod museum, he limited the interior palette to white and gray, a kind of icy Nordic backdrop to the brighter furnishings.

The master bedroom, with a vintage Knoll Hide bench, opens onto the rear deck. A mixture of widths and finishes of wood on floor and wall creates a warm, enveloping environment in which to slumber.

Photographer Ozzie Magento Developer

Interior Designer Ozzie Magento Architect

project : Flooring

project : Wallcovering

project : Leather

project : Leather

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