From the most talented stylemakers we follow

Holiday Decor

We are conditioned to find that interior designers take license to go over-the-top when it comes to the holiday season. To our surprise, the interior designers we follow the most went in the opposite direction. Looks were naturalistic, cozy, and sometimes bold but with a nod to self-reflection, humble gratitude and the environment in their design.

Independent/Courtesy Sea Green Designs

Shannon Willey of Sea Green Designs shared a charming, understated yet festive custom garland she installed on a recent project.

Sea Green Designs
68 Jobs Lane, Southampton
631-259-3612
@seagreendesigns
www. seagreendesignsllc.com

Their aesthetic is very natural and “un-decorated.” Michael Del Piero Good Design with Lukas Machnik incorporates the natural beauty of the Hamptons into their cozy holiday decor.

Independent/Michael Del Piero Good Design with Lukas Machnik

Their aesthetic is very natural and “un-decorated.” Michael Del Piero Good Design with Lukas Machnik incorporates the natural beauty of the Hamptons into their cozy holiday decor.

Michael Del Piero Good Design with Lukas Machnik
372 Montauk Highway, Wainscott
631-464-7310
www.michaeldelpiero.com
www.hamptonsgooddesign.com
@hamptons_good_design

Independent/Ty Wenzel

Zoe Hoarde and Chris Meade of English Country Home in Bridgehampton believe that simply layering fabulously festive pieces to bring out the holiday spirit is fast and can be a showstopper. They are particularly fond of the giant gold resin pinecones and silvery pine wreaths for a quick blast of glamour with a nod to nature.

English Country Home
26 Snake Hollow Road, Bridgehampton
631-537-0606
www.ecantiques.com
@englishcountryhomeny

Independent/Courtesy Marie-Christine Design

Mid-Century and other antiques, abstract carved wood sculpture, vintage portraits and an 18th century desk looks current and festive when decorated with simple local dried berries and leaves.

Marie-Christine Design
74 Montauk Highway,
Suite 15, East Hampton
631-238-7370
www.mariechristinedesign.com
@mariechristinedesign

Independent/Alan Barry

The most opulent display came from Sasha Bikoff Interior Design, an Indy favorite since her tablescape win at the Hampton Classic two years ago. Hot pink, white, and gold tabletop by Scully & Scully, modern chairs by Campana Brothers surround an ornate table from Newel Gallery. We love the exotic prints and porcelain animal figurines that bring nature into the romatic yet dramatic display.

Sasha Bikoff
646-524-5941
www.sashabikoff.com
@sashabikoff

Independent/Tara Benet

Tara Benet suggests bringing in red accents to bring out the holiday spirit in her modern, luxe decor. Sofa by B&B Italia, “Domino” tables by Molteni, Husk chair by B&B Italia, red pillows by ABC Carpet. The decorative pillow is custom by Elitis, Tic Tac Toe set by Jonathan Adler.

Tara Benet Designs
212-951-0814
www.tarabenet.com
@tarabenetdesign

 

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