Sag Harbor Simple Living

Aug 17, 2016

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Mona Nerenberg’s Sag Harbor home is as delightful as one might imagine a home on the Hamptons to be, without the pomp and circumstance and with the cozy, comfortable feeling of a lived in sanctuary. Highly regarded by interior experts and customers alike for her decor boutique Bloom, her home shared with her partner Lisa Bynon, exemplifies why so many adore her taste.

Found in the pages of Elle Decor‘s July/August 2016 issue, alongside Ina Garten’s garden, this was an issue to keep for endless inspiration. The ample amount of whitewashed walls and upholstered furniture brighten the home and allow the residents to bring the character. With wide-paneled hardwood floors and mixing rustic with new, state-of-the-art appliances, the balance of high and low reveals Nerenberg’s expertise and keen eye. The marble topped  wooden work table in the kitchen is one of my favorite unique items, as well as the chicken coop in the back. Enjoy the tour and be inspired to live well as simply as possible.

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~DECOR INSPIRATION from the Archives:

~The Power of Natural Simplicity

~French Normandy in the Hamptons

~Refurbished to Perfection

All images via July/August 2016 issue of Elle Decor



4 thoughts on “Sag Harbor Simple Living

  1. Shannon, this is beautiful! So peaceful. If you have not discovered Tricia Foley, you must check her out. She has a you tube that features her latest book.

    Elegant Simplicity at home with Trica Foley @ you tube.

    I have one of her books…inspiration for all seasons.

    Enjoy,

    Michelle

  2. The entire home and yard are beautiful and peaceful. I love the shiny, white painted bedroom floor! Nice change from dark hardwood! 🙂

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