Monday, July 23, 2012

Hamptons Designer Show House: Study

Interior designer Patrick Lönn creates sophisticated spaces in which you can still relax.  Such is the case with his equestrian study in the Hamptons Designer Show House this year.  He said this luxurious room was inspired by the recent move of his horse to Lionshare Farm in Greenwich, Connecticut and even included his own Hermes saddle. Other equestrian items include the saddle stitch on the leather upholstery and trompe l'oeil ceiling panels created to look like Hermes scarves. Patrick said the artwork was also an important element in the room.  He chose dramatic photographs of horses in motion by Bob Tabor.  I especially loved the Tang Dynasty horse from Illiad Antiques.  It's definitely a chic room but you also feel like you could lie down and take a nap on that fabulous sofa.  It also just goes to show that neutrals don't have to be boring.  But then again, I couldn't image Patrick Lönn ever designing a boring room! 

Interior designer Patrick Lönn.

Photos by Heather Clawson for Habitually Chic


StagerLinda said...

Gorgeous! How beautifully styled. The ceilings are unbelievable.

The Fab Spot said...

The ceiling panels are incredible!

Nancy said...

I love this Heather. Anything equestrian has my attention! His study is wonderful!

MJH Design Arts said...

Hi Heather, This is a great space. Totally livable and no "stagey" elements. Thanks. Mary

Jean @ Flower Hill said...

The details are amazing!

Trisha Dawn Clark said...

Wow! Amazing. Do you have any idea where the magazine rack is from on the bottom picture? It is so beautiful.

Ericka said...

i would kill for that shagreen magazine holder! so chic!!! any idea where it comes from or is that vintage?


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