When you think of your favorite musicians' homes, they usually skew edgy with a rock star appeal, but this music industry executive's Sagaponack, New York, residence is the exact opposite. Architect Michael Lomont (described by San Francisco Cottages & Gardens as an "eco-friendly modernist") created an energy-efficient house that has a small footprint both inside and out. In interior speak, this translates to furnishings that are mostly vintage or sourced from local designers, all set within a very tonal palette.
"Gray and white—that's kind of our happy place—with a few colorful accents," said the home's decorator, Eleanor Donnelly. We certainly feel a very zen vibe going through each room. The all-white bathroom is definitely our happy place too. Take the tour and see for yourself.
A sheer curtain lets a soft glow creep into the bedroom for a very cozy feel.
The pop of color in the Knoll womb chair adds just the right touch for a neutral room.
We could sit in that freestanding tub and read a book every day of the week.
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