Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Tory Burch's Stunning Hamptons Getaway

Westerly, the 1929 Georgian house in Southampton was purchased by the ever-so-talented fashion maven Tory Burch in 2008. With the help of decorator Daniel Romualdez, the seven-acre expansive 15,000 square foot home has been transformed to it's former glory. I love that it's traditional, with it's black shutters and brick facade, in a place where white-washed coastal shingled homes are the norm. You can see all the details and many sources in the full feature at Architectural Digest here.

Just look at that boxwood in the shot that made it as the cover of this month's issue of AD:

The legendary Diego Giacometti octagonal table in the entry is adorned with a collection of lovely myrtle trees and topiaries:

And I love that you can see Tory's own personal style seamlessly extend to her shops, just look at that lovely collection of myrtles in the Madison Ave location:

And have you caught a glimpse of the Blue Notes fall collection? Tory is surely proving she is on fire right now, it's my favorite collection yet. I am head over heels for the Rosemont floral print, and particularly the Lili dress:

Head over to AD's website for all the details of this Hampton's home tour, as well as a stunning and playful video clip giving you a 'day in the life of' as well as an even better look at a few of the rooms! Enjoy Xo


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