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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