Seaside Maximalism Out East

While many of us have long loved the timeless pattern-on-pattern richness of maximalist interiors, it is currently enjoying a more widespread appreciation. One of the two covers offered for the July issue of Architectural Digest, below, is on point with a marvelous example of seaside maximalism, written by Jennifer Ash Rudick from her upcoming book Out East with Vendome, shot on location throughout the Hamptons by photographer Tria Giovan. Look next month for my video with Susanna featuring another project from the book, Muriel Brandolini‘s chic weekend beach house.

Peter Marino in AD from Out East by Jennifer Rudick, photo by Tria GiovanIn the meantime, you can get a peek at Out East through Woody House. A charming, relaxed yet sophisticated cottage, its interiors by Peter Marino express the global chic of its well traveled owners. Above, in the cover shot of the master bedroom, we take a vicarious trip to India with custom fabrics by Marino swathing the walls and four poster from John Rosselli. Another corner, below, shows the lush layers reflecting the owners love of textiles and cultures.

Master bedroom by Peter Marino in AD, photo by Tria GiovanThe entry hall is a welcoming respite that sets the tone of far off chic. With a borne by Genevieve Faure anchoring the space, a stenciled floor, and fanciful ceiling fixture enhance the exotic appeal.

Peter Marino entry in Hamptons House from Out East by Jennifer Ash Rudick, photo by Tria Giovan The library is a cozy eclectic space warmed by Marino’s textiles, a chic mix of furniture and accessories  and the owners’ expansive book collection, organized by insta-friend Kinsey Marable.

Peter Marino in AD, photo by Jennifer Ash Rudick

Longtime readers know of my obsession with jib doors, and the library, updated by architect Pietro Cicognani of Cicognani Kalla, features a fabulous book-filled example, below, behind a bench with fabrics from Uzbekistan.

Peter Marino designed library in AD, photo by Jennifer Ash RudickThe living room includes watercolors by the husband representing many of the far flung locales visited by the couple and the Hamptons meet Morocco in the sunroom, below, with Moorish arches framing views of the garden.

Peter Marino sunroom in AD, photo by Jennifer Ash Rudick

The gardens, designed with the help of John Hill, are a lush segue between the house and water.

Gardens at Woody House in AD, photo by Jennifer Ash Rudickall photos by Tria Giovan

Don’t forget to stop back around the holiday weekend to help celebrate Out East with a video visit to a fabulous featured home!


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9 Responses to Seaside Maximalism Out East

  1. Addison says:

    Fabulous! Amazing place! I love every room!

  2. D.P.Champa says:

    Stunning casual opulence! I love it!

  3. Love the library with all of the beasts. This convinces me to turn my antique Chinese camels into side tables. The richness of this home is intoxicating. Thank you. xo Mary

  4. franki parde says:

    Luv’d every piece of this!! Once a maximalist, always a maximalist!! franki

  5. Absolutely wonderful! What a charming home. I love the exotic edge of the incredible textiles. Really a treat to your.

  6. Jennifer Ash Rudick says:

    Thank you for posting this most beautiful house and for mentioning the book. What a treat. Fun to meet you and Muriel’s and love running into you.

  7. Glorious! I’ve been feeling for more minimalist interiors but this house has me questioning that. The textiles are divine!

  8. Miranda says:

    Stunning home! Thanks for sharing this beauty. ~Miranda

  9. Mo says:

    What a beautiful house on a great location, love it!!

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