This east Hampton home tour is one for the books. It’s classic interior and colonial architectural make it a favorite in my book! It’s elegant yet rustic style assure that it’s design choices will stand the test of time.
Do you love a good home tour as much as I do? I’ve always enjoyed looking at architectural styles and gleaming ideas from other creative people. Our historic town here in Georgia has historic home tours every year and it has become one of my favorite things. It’s so cool to see a old pretty house and be able to walk through the door and take a look around. It makes my heart so happy! Every now and again I come across a home that is so utterly inspiring I have to share with you. This old house is located in east Hampton and was built in 1716.
The side wings were added later and I think they did a flawless job.
The dining room just might be my favorite room in this home. From the antique table and chairs to the rich blue floral drapes, it’s timeless and inviting.
I love that they kept the gorgeous wood paneled walls and didn’t feel the need to paint them. I think the stained wood gives such a warmth to the room.
I love all of the windows and natural lighting in the kitchen and breakfast nook. I doubt there’s a bad view anywhere. The kitchen is a great balance of refinement and rustic charm.
The master bathroom is so soothing with the pale blue green walls and neutral fabric choices.
The master bathroom is clean and classic. The marble adds so much elegance and the double window above the tub is perfection!
The guest bedroom fabrics are by Les Indiennes, who I’m a huge fan of. It’s such a charming room with it’s simple and tasteful decor and the rustic ceiling beams add a great architectural element and a warmth.
The back entertaining area is just as charming. I’m sure the summer nights here are close to perfection.
From the shaker shingles to the picturesque setting, I love everything about this Hampton’s colonial. It’s classic style will stand the test of time.
Source – Cottages & Gardens by Alejandro Saralegui, Photography by Tria Giovan