Meet ASHLEY WHITTAKER one of New York’s rising interior design stars. Ashley describes her design aesthetic as neo-traditional and this Southampton home is a great example of that. She used a blue color palette with pops of coral, pink, celery green and yellow to create a cozy home for a growing young family.
In the home office, West Elm stools mix with a custom daybed and David Hicks hexagon carpet.
In the dining room, Ashley contrasted 1940s Gustavian chairs painted white with a Regency dining table. The white coral chandelier is from Mecox Gardens.
In the dining room, a Chinese console and lantern sconces by Charles Edwards for an unexpected mix.
Like most of the furniture throughout the home, the chairs near the fireplace are custom and covered in a chocolate fabric called Dundee Hickory by Clarence House.
In a wider photo of the living room, we see traditional furniture mixed with modern art by Sally Michel and a faux-tortoise coffee table from Todd Romano.
The sitting room is decorated with lots of comfortable seating covered in various shades of blue and patterns like Ikat and paisley.
A shell chandelier from Mecox Gardens anchors the kitchen dining area along with a zinc-topped table and French bistro chairs.
In the vibrant coral sunroom, Ashley added trellis work to the walls and a wicker bench and chairs from Bialecky Brothers.
The master bedroom is lush and serene with monogrammed Leontine Linens on the bed and Nina Campbell wallpaper.
Ashley used a shell mirror for the vanity table along with comfortable seating in blue and white.
Photos: Eric Piasecki