Tour a Positively Dreamy Black-and-White Sag Harbor Summer Home

Dana Covit

There's something utterly magical about the story of this already downright dreamy Sag Harbor home, and it's enough to set our imaginations aflutter. Tucked away in a hamlet called North Sea in the idyllic village of Sag Harbor was once a forgotten property covered in vines. The four-bedroom cottage, built in the 19th century, had belonged to a single family since its construction and was hitting the market for the first time—overgrown gardens, peeling walls, and all. Excited to restore the run-down interiors while still maintaining the structure's original charm, the home's new owners—the shopkeep of a popular Sag Harbor home boutique and her partner—got to work. The result is a marvel of monochrome design, natural light, and airy interiors perfect for the ease of the summertime. Scroll for a tour of the space, which originally appeared in Elle Decor.

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