Home & Design: Trends

North Fork Style

By Rachel Bosworth - March 5, 2018

LIGHTS ON
Varied levels of lighting create atmosphere, and this Lampa fixture speaks volumes. The Lotus Pendant comes in an array of colors, like this bold one in vermillion. Founders of the Aquebogue shop, Marta Baumiller and Cliff Baldwin, produce everything handmade, and are committed to sustainable designs throughout their product line. Make a daring statement with one of the most important elements in your home. www.lampa.com

OPTIMAL STORAGE
The kitchen is the heart of the home, and should be treated as more than just a functional space. Designer Kitchens East in Mattituck aims to design custom kitchens that display individual preferences and style, all while meeting those functional needs. For rustic charm, this Holiday Kitchens brand cabinet door has a vintage artistry finish treatment to create an aged, worn look that can be found on antique furnishings, without the wait. www.designerkitchenseast.com

GROUNDED
Whether on the floor, kitchen or bathroom walls, tile is perhaps one of the more understated elements in a home. Keeping in mind the individual homeowner, North Fork Flooring and Tile is passionate about discovering unusual and distinctive flooring and tile solutions. Among the brands they offer are Brooklyn-based Soho Studio Corp. tiles, like this polished marble heraldry white Carrara with white Thassos line. www.northforkflooringandtile.com

WALLS
A good wallpaper is just like art in that it can help tell a story of a home. Architect Meryl Kramer recommends Nuvole from Cole & Son’s Fornasetti Murals collection. Nuvole was created from an atmospheric etching of clouds, available in a thundery black and white colorway. Sophisticated and moody, it is reminiscent of stormy seas – a perfect complement to the North Fork’s old whaling port history. www.cole-and-son.com

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