Markham Roberts was the top interior designer chosen to embrace this project in the Hamptons, for a family with a 19th-century shingle-style house. The main goal was to adapt the home to the already-grown family. Home And Decoration invites you to be inspired by this Hamptons home transformation!
We begin at the core of the home, the family room. Walls have painted wood stiles and rails with upholstered inset panels, with a ceiling fixture from Passion 4 Wood. The carpet, console table, bench, armchairs, plant stand, and coffee table are all custom by the design, apart from the ivory lacquer occasional table which is by Robert Kuo.
In the master bedroom, the bed, quilt, sofa, and end table are also custom pieces by Markham Roberts. The plaster chandelier is by C.J. Peters, the English Majolica trunk form garden stool is by Minton, and the Shagreen chest by Garrison Rousseau.
The main bedroom floor is custom spotted marbled decorative paint. The lighting piece is by Charles Edwards, there’s an antique slipper chair from James Sansum Fine and Decorative Art and an octagonal inlaid table by John Rosselli.
On the other side of the family room, there’s a tufted chair at left is custom by Roberts in Larsen Atlanta linen fabric. The sofa is custom in Clarence House Perthshire tweed fabric. Markham Roberts also displayed this chair that is also custom in Radish Moon Textiles Melon Flower.