[Decor] Hamptons charming makeover
Whealon collaborated with landscape designer Vickie Cardaro on the garden, which features hydrangeas, lilacs, and raised beds of Montauk daisies.
The living room sofas and leather ottoman are by Timothy Whealon, the sofa pillows are covered in linen and vintage suzanis, the vintage table lamp is from Aero, and the floor lamp is by Restoration Hardware; the circular abaca rug was custom made.
A suite of 1960s Harvey Probber chairs surrounds a Lucite table designed by Whealon; the French chandelier is from Sentimento Antiques.
In the kitchen, Whealon painted the floor as a big checkerboard, and painted the walls a crisp white; an English tripod table is from Cove Landing.
A privet hedge shelters the pool area, which is planted with boxwood spheres and Provence lavender in pots; the elephant stools are from Homenature.
Chaise longues with cushions of a Perennials fabric on the poolhouse deck; the cushions on the grass are covered in a Kravet fabric.
The teak sofas and chairs on the deck are by Restoration Hardware, the cocktail table is from Mecox Gardens, and the lanterns are from Homenature.
In the guest room, a photograph by Jenny van Sommers hangs above a bed with a headboard upholstered in a Michael Devine fabric, custom-made bedding, a pillow by Madeline Weinrib, and a throw by Jonathan Adler; the walls are painted in Benjamin Moore’s Sea Foam.
In the master bedroom, the bed is by Martyn Lawrence-Bullard, the linens were custom made, and the pillow is by John Robshaw Textiles; the ceiling fixture is from Ann-Morris Antiques, the Turkish kilim is from Double Knot, and the walls are painted in Benjamin Moore’s Polar White.
The master bath’s sink, fittings, tub, medicine cabinet, towel warmer, and towels are all by Waterworks; the Palm Tree wood chair is from Mecox Gardens.
Interior designer Timothy Whealon at his weekend home in Southampton, New York; the walls of the entry are covered in a Phillip Jeffries raffia, and the stools are by Edwina Hunt.