Hamptons Style has been a popular choice for those who are looking for that Aussie beach house feel. It is characterized with the wide use of wood, neutral and ocean inspired palette and a lot of elements in white giving off that bright and airy ambiance.
This laid back coastal style can be achieved through the following tips:
- Exposed Roof Trusses
- Wood Accents
- Entry Height and Glass
- Splash of Navy Blue
- Gables, Gables, Gables!
- Large Balconies
- Hints of Blue Hues and Beach Decors
- Shaker Kitchen Cabinets
- Timber Flooring
- Lantern Style Lighting
- Marble worktops
- Black and White
- Tall Windows and Transoms
- Bold and Chic Furnishings
- All-White Exteriors
- Warm Lights
- Bring the Outdoors In
- Gable finals
- Wood Moldings
- Classic Picket Fence
- Contemporary Vibes
- Open Plan Interiors
- Matte Black Metal Accents
- Tile Textures and Lines
- Sheer Curtain Fabric
- Minimalist and Raw Finishes
- Window Shutters
- Elegant Shower Niche
- Rattan Tropical
- Tropical and Bright
- Wainscoting wall panelling
- Hamptons style plants
You can never go wrong with exposing your roof trusses and painting them all white! It will enhance the height of your space. Complement this by adding some skylights and bring the sky in your interiors.
The use of wood is widespread in the Hamptons style. Why not use a crisp color of wood to make it standout in your white walls? Just like this minimalist rustic shelving which is the accent of this space.
Hamptons Style is all about the airy and light feel. Why not enhance your entrance with the use of double height glass framing your door? Add a nice industrial chandelier piece to cap off that look.
The all-white exterior look is common for this Style. Break the norm by adding to your whites some strong Navy Blue shades inspired by the deep waters.
One can easily distinguish this style from afar by the looks of its roof. Gable roofs should be a sure tick on your checklist!
Match your gables with spacious balconies, oriented on the cooler side of the house. It’s definitely a perfect spot for chilling out. Complement this big space with lightweight-looking white rails.
White is a staple in the Hamptons Style. Boost the beach house feel by adding some blue fabrics and linen on your white chunky furniture. The look is not complete without some seashells and faux corals as accents.
Minimalist yet elegant, no wonder the Shaker style cabinets are a classic. This country-looking storage spaces fits the kitchen of your Hamptons inspired home.
Wood floors add a cozy look to any home. Make your timber flooring standout by retaining its natural color or apply it with a beautiful stain.
These nice pendant lantern style luminaires draw the eyes upward in this room. Choosing fixtures with black metal trims add an industrial touch to your Hamptons interiors.
The use of marble is also prominent for this style. Marble on top of your wood cabinetry makes the kitchen look warm and neat.
This black and white ensemble gives an urbane taste in this openly planned kitchen and living room. Include some soft tones of grays to your fabrics for that more relaxed ambiance.
Bring in more light and air through large fenestrations. No wonder the French-style doors and transoms of this breakfast nook goes well in combination with this style. Aside from the natural lighting, isn’t the view lovely?
Anything seems to go well with white. Feel free to add neutral yet chic pieces and patterns. Just like the bold lines on the rug used in this bedroom which matched with the black window frame.
Can’t decide on which color to add on your exterior walls? This style is perfect to go all-white. The timber paneling on this white-painted house added texture and shadows which made it elegant rather than just plain.
Brighten up your backyard with a mix-and-match of sophisticated luminaires. Go for warm light temperature to increase that laidback mood. String lights never goes old.
Blur the boundaries of indoors and outdoors with wide glass doors which open up to the backyard or lanai. Definitely this goes best with a well-landscaped garden…and a swimming pool!
This white house absolutely stood out in its simplicity due to its neat design and most specially the finials on its gables. These finials make the gables that bit more hamptons style.
Embellish your exteriors and interiors with wood moldings. Similarly with this house, you can explore on dentils and dado rails.
What better way to go with a timber house but the use of picket fences. This classic piece goes well with white paint.
Explore on color combinations. The navy blue color in the kitchen counter went well with the orange-like wood stain color of the flooring, bringing in a balance of warm and cool temperature in this space.
Reduce walls in your interiors and unite your common areas. In here, the open kitchen spills over linking with the living area, both overlooking through that great view in the balcony.
This laundry area surely has style! The matte black tapware and handles gives a minimalist yet bold contrast to this utility space.
Going monochromatic on your Hamptons styled home doesn’t limit you to just go plain and bare. Play with some textures on your bathroom tiling as such: a combination of clean lines on the accent wall tiles and crazy-cut marble flooring.
You would not want to miss curtains on your checklist. Achieve the light and airy feel of your space with translucent fabric for your draperies.
Minimal design with raw touches makes this space effortlessly beautiful. Adorning it with neutral colored fabrics and furniture completes this look.
Shutters are a classic detail to Hamptons houses. Aside from the shade it brings, these shutters bring in bonus lines and textures to your interiors.
This shower niche is absolutely an eye-catcher with its herringbone pattern popping out of the white subway tiles. For a monochromatic look, go for soft grays on your accent tiles.
Tropical beach houses are recognizable with Rattan textures. These add warmth and a laidback character to your interiors.
Welcome Mr. Sun and bring in summer-vibes in your Hamptons home with a mix of brightly colored stylish pieces, play of textures and tropical furniture.
Bring in some detailed wall panels and skirting that go to half height. These not only protect the walls but look stunning. These are often placed around the stair cases.
Plants can make your home a lot nicer. Think well kept luxurious style hedges. These will give your home a classy look and add a bit more colour to your home.