Architectural Digest recently published a stunning Southampton home decorated by interior designer Bunny Williams and I thought you might like to see. The four acre country estate belongs to New York commercial real-estate broker Mary Ann Tighe and her husband, Dr. David Hidalgo. The newly built home is affectionately named Hollyhock and was the result of a fruitful collaboration between Bunny Williams, architect Michel Dwyer, and landscape architect Quincy Hammond. Below, explore more of the elegant Hamptons abode. (Photography by Douglas Friendman, Styling by Anita Sarsidi)
The marble checkerboard floors and curved staircase in the foyer were inspired by David Adler.
The second floor sitting room has the most fabulous pink walls and chintz floral sofas.
A closer look at the room with its Picasso above the mantle. The ottoman as a coffee table feels very English.
The dining room is covered in rare antique chinoiserie wallpaper. I love the pink chairs (pink and green always works) and faint yellow Murano glass chandelier.
The green walls in the pantry are a Donald Kaufman paint. Between the copper dessert molds and the china cabinet, it maybe be my favorite room of the house.
The blue walls in sitting room were inspired by a film adaption of Pride & Prejudice.
The sofas are covered in a Le Manach cotton. The casual Picasso tucked in the corner doesn’t hurt.
Custom wallpaper by Zina Studios adorns the neutral powder room. Also, how gorgeous is that star lantern?
Striped walls and a floral upholstered bead in a guest bedroom. I love the lavender chair in the corner with its ikat cushion.
A close-up of the chintz. Also coveting the blue Murano glass chandelier.
The home’s oak-paneled library looks like the perfect place to curl up with a book.
The master bedroom has a custom Peter Fasano striped fabric on the walls and curtains and a colorful Lee Jofa chintz on the bed and settee. I love the sweet lavender slipper chair.
A lovely parterre garden and arbor on the Southampton property.
Homeowner Mary Ann Tighe in the garden with her grandson.
The home’s pink stucco facade and tile roof pay homage to the original 1908 villa that originally stood on the property.
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