Flaneur bedding featured with Ellen Pompeo (Grey’s Anatomy) and Hancock Design in Architectural Digest: “Ellen Pompeo’s Sag Harbor Home is a Modern Take on a Classic Barn”.
Ellen’s Hampton vacation home was bought eight years ago but only renovated recently after encountering Estee Stanley and Brigette Romanek from Hancock Design. This is the smallest but the most special vacation home for Ellen, who is herself very enthusiastic with interior design and actively participated in the project.
The output of those three great women designers is a modern take of a classic barn. As Ellen put it, this is “completely different” from any other property she owns. She said, “this was the first modern barn I have done. I have two Mediterranean homes, and I have two modern homes as well, and I have just finished my Malibu house, which is midcentury. They are like completely different paintings to me.”
Sag Harbor Look
“The master bedroom is not offset and private, so we wanted to make it a cozy space. You can only have a few pieces in there, so every piece had to be important,” says designer Estee Stanley. “So what brings it home? The bedding. We brought in the greens, which reminded us of the outside, and complemented the black and the gray”. Hancock Designs opted for Flaneur bedding and made the bed custom.
As Ellen “was looking to do something modern and hip and young”. This home is “decorated in a way that’s a fresh look compared to those Hamptons places that all look like they’re owned by 60-year-old Hamptons billionaires, with the shingles and the light columns”.
We’re very excited that Flaneur bedding can contribute to this new way to look at luxury vacation homes.
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