HOUSE TOUR: In the perfect charming cabin of LORRY NEWHOUSE
In the sitting room, which she decorated with designer Rain Phillips, the sofa is a custom design, the chairs are by Lee Jofa, the antique chaise is French, the kilim rug is from David Duncan Antiques, and the walls are painted in Benjamin Moore’s Calla Lily.
Fashion designer Lorry Newhouse at the Southampton, New York, home she shares with her husband, Mark; the Dutch door is painted in Benjamin Moore’s Southern Belle.
The living room fireplace, with a surround of delftware tiles and an Adam-style carved-wood mantel, is original to the house, and the walls are covered with a hand-painted wallpaper by Gracie.
Staffordshire-pottery figurines hang above a vintage bamboo sofa with cushions in a Scalamandré fabric in the sunroom.
Painted Chippendale-style chairs surround a dining table covered with Marimekko fabric; the striped rug is by Dash & Albert, and the walls are painted in Benjamin Moore’s Lily Lavender.
A painting by David Bowes hangs in the living room; the armchairs by Jules Leleu and Jean Prouvé are from Gustavo Olivieri Antiques, the 1950s cocktail table is by Berthold Müller, and the rug is by Colony Rug Company.
The walls and ceiling of the kitchen are covered in a wallpaper by Thibaut, and the chairs and table are hand-painted in the style of folk artist Peter Hunt.
A handwoven Mexican hammock hangs between cherry trees in the garden; the iron tête-à-tête is antique.
Newhouse, wearing a dress of her own design, in the studio; the woven leather chair is from Mecox, and is draped with an Indonesian fabric.
The garden bench is from English Country Antiques in Bridgehampton.
In the master bath, the mirror is by Waterworks, and the wallpaper is by Rose Cumming.
The wallpaper in the guest room and the fabric for the chair, bed skirts, and curtains are by Rose Cumming; the coverlet and shams are by Matouk, and the prints and mirror are Victorian.