Interior designer Steven Sclaroff has converted this former 1892 art school and studio in the Hamptons into a space filled with artwork, books and colour. From bright shades of green and deep reds to dark wood floors and patterns in florals and stripes, the design scheme encompasses the Spades’ love for bold aesthetics making each space not only charming but visually stimulating.
By keeping the colour scheme neutral, the couple’s artwork leaps off the wall creating visual interest.
By painting the ceiling a creamy white, it makes the element a feature within the space but it blends with the overall decor to create a larger feel. Ebonized flooring grounds the scheme by providing contrast.
In the library, a striped sofa and mid-century style chairs add personality to the space.
Pops of red and orange lend warmth to this pared down traditional style kitchen.
In the master en-suite bathroom, striped wallpaper contrasts beautifully with botanical inspired rugs. Paired with traditional furniture pieces, the overall look is effortlessly eclectic.
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