In recent years, home designs inspired by the iconic and luxurious coastal holiday houses found along New York’s neighbouring Long Island, have hit Australia by storm. Decked in natural tones and textures, airy colour palettes and seaside inspired blues, it’s easy to see why many Australians are opting for the Hamptons style home.
If you’re looking to recreate the luxury Hamptons aesthetic in your new home, we can help. ere
Here are the top three elements that make for a stunning Hamptons home:
Hamptons homes are most famously known for their iconic white-washed wooden exteriors, white skirtings, light enhancing doors and windows and gable roofs.
We’ve achieved the perfect Hamptons façade with our award-winning Milan 29MK2 display at Marriot Waters Estate in Lyndhurst. Featuring the Brookwater façade, the design perfectly encapsulates the sun-washed exterior of a Hamptons home, with grey horizontal weatherboard, white Hebel feature pillars and white skirtings to the large picture windows.
A muted colour palette
A Hamptons interior focuses on one key colour: white. While various other neutral shades can become incorporated into the classic and breezy interior design, the biggest trademark of a Hamptons home is the layering of white materials, shades, and textiles. Wooden floors generally feature a white-washed appearance, as does the furniture.
Walk inside our Milan 29MK2 and you’ll find light timber flooring, a spacious, open-plan interior and a white-based colour scheme to the kitchen and living spaces. It really feels like a calm and serene oasis.
Plenty of sunlight
Hamptons style homes maximise sunlight and natural light by featuring large windows, glass doors, sunlights and sheer curtains.
What makes the interior of our Milan 29MK2 home all the more attractive is the abundance of sunlight afforded by the intelligently positioned sun court, which floods the living, dining and kitchen areas with natural light. It’s easy to believe you’re on the beach front with so much space and sunlight.