Cindy Sherman recently relocated from Sag Harbor to the Springs, an artsy East Hampton enclave where other masters of 20th century art, like Jackson Pollock, Lee Krasner, and Willem de Kooning, once lived. She purchased an old, 19th century farmhouse and, with the help of designer Billy Cotton, transformed it into a bohemian oasis. I love the bold, yet restrained, use of pattern, color and texture!
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The subtle and bold pops of color are amazing. I love that each room was curated into it’s own style but the house is still very cohesive. Love the textures.
This house is amazing!
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love the ‘sun’ room…. perfect place to read and relax.
I love this farm house style, the room in the las picture is amazing, the big windows are fantastic!!!
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love the blue details!
What a beautiful home! love the living room and big windows 🙂
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I WANT TO MOVE IN. Clearly David Byrne would never stand for this decor, btw.
Oh those colours and prints! So chic.
Love the bold blue in the bedroom. One problem I have though – in the last photo, the iron daybed/sofa has so many pillows on it, you’d have to literally throw them off to sit there. As a guest, I wouldn’t sit there.
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Wow it looks great!