The Hamptons Showhouse in Bridgehampton, NY can be yours for just over $4.7M. If that’s too steep of a price for your next beach house, you can always just bring a little inspiration from its unbelievable interior design work into your own personal residence or vacation home. All week we will be talking about a few of the most exciting rooms and some highlights from those projects while also looking at ways to incorporate the trends into your own home/ life.
The show house kitchen was nothing short of stunning. It was so beautifully executed thanks to the work of Designs by Fernando Ltd, an architectural mill working firm in Deer Park NY that specializes in the design and fabrication of custom cabinetry.
We are excited to have been introduced to Fernando Ltd aka Designs by Fernando’s work and hope to work on a custom project with them soon.
We at Murphy Maude have recently entered into the Kitchen and Bath space in a more formal way- not just as designers and advisors but as actual providers of manufactured and custom cabinet lines. During this showcase we were like little sponges taking all this cutting edge cabinetry and specialized, high end finishing in like the good design addicts we are!!!
I was also thrilled to see the show house designers partner with some of the same industry partners we have come to rely on heavily in the Kitchen and Bath business. Their sources included Kohler, Silestone and Top Knobs just to name a few. Some of our favorites in the industry who we specify often.
We are personally in love with the look of these Silestone/ Dekton bar feature by our friends at Cosintino and are working on a project that incorporates this look presently! Silestone was used in the showhouse kitchen.
This beautiful work by Fernando Ltd. inspired me to look back at some previous projects of my own to look at some of the stylistic similarities to compare and contrast. This brought me back to these photos of projects we completed in the last few years.
This chunky waterfall Island concept took center stage at the showhouse and at this East Memphis home! The grey accents and reflective glass detailing were also a nice way to customize.
The implementation of glass and mirror to provide reflectivity has been popular for a long time, and it now appears that high glosses and laminates are another way to accomplish layering in a little luxe. I am so excited that we have access to a new cabinet line made in Canada which affords us the opportunity to utilize some of these laminate and glossy finishes in our kitchen and bath designs in a very cost effective way.