Architect - Hebdon Studios, Builder - Robinson Home Builders, Photo - Rebecca Westover Photography
If you’re in the process of designing your home, or you’re going to do a remodel, and you aspire to capture Hamptons beauty, your windows should be something you focus on.
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If you’ve browsed photos of Hamptons homes, you’ve likely seen that windows are a focal point in every room.
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Windows provide you with a flow of natural light, and they can serve as an architectural feature in and of themselves.
Left: Image via Park and Oak Design. Right: Image via Scheffer Interiors
You will often see double-hung windows with Colonial-style details in Hamptons homes.
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Left: Image via Tuxedo Farmhouse Right: Photo - Gre Premru
Photo - Aimee Mazzenga, Design - Mitzimaynard
French doors and bi-fold doors are also frequently used in Hamptons homes. They give that opportunity to blend indoor and outdoor living while remaining elegant and ensuring plenty of natural light regardless of the season.
Left: Vale Garden Houses. Right: Wadia Associates
Windows and door are also often used as an internal design feature of a Hamptons home.
Photo: Kim Dolva
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On the external windows - classic trim work frames windows without taking away from what they showcase outdoors.
Left and Middle: PSD Architects and Builders Right: @fortheloveofoldhouses
Floor-to-ceiling windows are also common in Hamptons homes, again because they blur the line between what’s indoors and what’s outside.
Design: Charles Hilton Architects
You’ll frequently see Hamptons homes without any window coverings at all, but if they do have coverings they might be naturally inspired woven shades or floor-to-ceiling draperies that can be pushed to the side for the flow of natural light.
Design: Tristan Harstan
Image from Bespoke Real Estate
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What’s so important with windows in a Hamptons home is that nothing, from the view to the light, is obstructed or blocked in any way if possible.
Left: @oldsilveshed. Right: Sita Montgomery Interiors
Image via Rebecca Westover Photography
Left: Architect - Walton AE, Interior - Lauren Nelson Design Right: Peter Block Design, Emily Followill Photography
With expansive windows, the outdoors and the natural surroundings very much become a part of the interior design of the home.
Image via @aerin
Windows are a source of admission for both light and air. Why not make them an architectural feature of your home. Blend the relationship between the interiors and exteriors. Make your windows stand out in your home and feel like you are at one with the outdoors while you are in!
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