A Serene Surf Retreat in The Hamptons

Welcome to The Hamptons, a popular summer destination for the more wealthy people of New York. You can find some gorgeous homes here, and I will share one with you today.

In the village Southampton stands this cottage-style home. Which is now the serene surf retreat of two city dwellers.

The summer house had an open-play layout when the owners bought it. But that is not what they wanted because thereby it lost the charming cottage architecture.

They hired interior designer Becca Casey to create a new layout, which suits the cottage-style home more. And add a serene surf look to this summer house.


I’m starting in the breakfast room because I love it so much. The vintage chairs and table add instant charm to the space.


The seascapes on the wall adds to the fishing village vibe. Same goes for the subtle green and blues in the pillows.


What’s a surf retreat without a surfboard. And you can perfectly use them as decor in your home.


The heart of the home is definitely this spacious kitchen. The light classic cabinets are combined with marble countertops.


A nautical striped runner on the floor in the kitchen for a seaside touch.


The living room is light and calm. A large jute rug lies on the floor. And the blue sofa adds more seaside touches to the space.


The wooden mantel is vintage and adds some cottage charm to the living room.


The dining room has a natural and nautical look.


See also: A character-filled Victorian colonial revival on the Hudson River designed by Becca Casey


“Sustainability and a thoughful approach to repurposing objects and furnishings were core to this project. Creating a mix of gathered antiques and materials.”