Interior designer Victoria Hagan made over a shingled cottage on Martha’s Vineyard and Architectural Digest published the stunning result. Hagan, who had previously decorated the owners’ main residence in New York, collaborated with architect Boris Baranovich on their newly acquired Edgartown property. The dreamy beachfront home was built in the 1700s and is the perfect mix of quirky and classic. Below, explore the charming seaside home and explore my suggestions on how you can get a similar look in your own home. (Photography by Pernille Loof, Styled by Mieke ten Have)
The historic shingled home overlooks the ocean.
An antique Windsor chair in the foyer.
The home has an understated coastal vibe (note the antique whaling-boat model perched on the mantelpiece).
The sitting room’s curtains are made from a favorite Lisa Fine floral.
Don’t you just love the greek key detail on the blue painted molding…?
The kitchen’s blue and white painted checkerboard floor made my heart skip a beat.
Wicker armchairs surround a rustic oak dining table in the sunroom.
A handsome spool bed in a guest bedroom.
In lieu of your typical nightstand, Hagan sourced a faux bamboo writing table from John Rosselli Antiques.
In the guest bedroom above, two John Derian armchairs are covered in Lisa Fine textiles’ Mughal Flower pattern.
I love the sweet faux bamboo chair in the guest bedroom.
The landscape was designed by Smi Landscape Architecture. The stone wall and bluestone walkway make for a welcoming entrance.
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Be sure to stop by Architectural Digest to read all the details about this gorgeous Martha’s Vineyard home. Also, if you love decor, be sure to check out Victoria Hagan’s online portfolio here (so much beauty!).