If you’re a fan of KRB, the jewel box boutique on New York’s Upper East Side, then you’ll love the East Hampton abode of its owner, Kate Rheinstein Brodsky. The daughter of celebrated Los Angeles decorator Suzanne Rheinstein, fabulous taste is clearly in Brodsky’s genes. I enjoy following Kate on instagram and was thrilled when I learned Architectural Digest would be sharing photos of her weekend home. From the boldly painted floors to the abundance of chintz, the colorful retreat is right up my granny chic alley. Below, explore more of Brodsky’s charming East Hampton home.(Photography by William Abranowicz)
Brodsky shares the weekend getaway with her husband, Alexander, and their three daughters: Beatriz, Frederica and Delphine. In the living room, above, the sofa and armchairs are covered in a Lee Jofa chintz.
I adore the checkerboard painted floors in the sun room! Pairing red with pink was a bold choice and it looks brilliant.
Brodsky hired artist Bob Christian to paint the spectacular floral mural on the dining room walls.
The chandelier is an 18th-century Dutch piece while the green hurricanes are contemporary and can be purchased at KRB.
Brodsky in the home’s cherry red kitchen with her elder daughters. The stools are available at Serena & Lily.
In the guest bedroom Brodsky had an antique chaise re-covered in a purple Suzanne Rheinstein for Lee Jofa mohair. The floral pattern used throughout the room is a Suzanne Rheinstein for Lee Jofa linen.
I love the painted rattan étagères in the master bedroom.
The Master Bedroom floors were painted by Bob Christian.
In Beatriz and Frederica’s room a playful wallpaper by Lake August makes a summery statement.
A playful attic room has four guest beds all dressed in a floral pattern by Schweitzer Linen.
The curtains in the guest bath are made of a Décors Barbares fabric (also, I love the tub and red floor!).
How darling is the built-in bed in Delphine’s room? The walls are covered in a silk by Tillett Textiles and the floral pendant is by Coleen & Co.
Delphine runs past an antique plant stand on the porch.
The dreamiest spot to arrange flowers! The zinc sink and countertops were designed by Bories & Shearron Architecture.
Delphine on the home’s bright green porch.
Beatriz and Frederica relax on the screened porch.
Looking down at the swimming pool from the screened porch. Brodsky purchased the chaise lounges and umbrellas from One Kings Lane.
The home was built in 1901, but was in need of a makeover. Brodsky enlisted Bories & Shearron Architecture to complete the renovations. Be sure to head over to Architectural Digest to learn more about the lovely property.
I hope you enjoyed this home tour and are all safe and healthy. The Taylor family (Gabe is getting so big!) is still hunkered down here in Seattle. Sending you all lots of love!