Located on the ground floor, the master bedroom is “all about the views,” says designer Kalur. With its simple furnishings and horizontally paneled pine walls, “it’s their little Zen space,” she adds.
Vintage MR chairs by Mies van der Rohe surround the polished marble dining table. “The chairs already have wear and tear, so I don’t worry about the kids ruining them,” Frazier says.
Frazier and her husband spend evenings around the gas fireplace in the den. The painting is by SoWa-based artist Brittney Ciccone, who is also a close friend.
A petite powder room lives large, thanks to the bold blossoms of the Phillip Jeffries wallpaper.
Cabinetry and the long kitchen island are painted in Sherwin Williams’s Bohemian Black, while cluster lighting and the white island surface keep the room bright. Windows facing the property line are purposefully high.
The powder room, where a graphic Pierre Frey wallpaper makes a catchy backdrop for a Celerie Kemble mirror and a sink on polished nickel legs, is a happy surprise for guests.
The antique Jacobean chairs in the living room are from designer and homeowner Paul Corrie’s own collection.
The spiral staircase leads to the master bedroom. A mirror of python skin and fossil stone is a focal point of the dining nook.
Unlacquered brass fixtures and an Urban Archaeology light fixture are subtle nautical references in the bathroom.
The compact library takes on a more formal air with its dark walls and a golden chandelier illuminating the Christian Liaigre Ile de Ré table.
This painting, which hangs in the vestibule leading to the master bedroom, is by local artist David James Valyou.
The nickel-gap kitchen cabinets match the proportions of the barn’s existing vertical barnboard.
Maureen Griffin Balsbaugh designed the bookshelves and matching chaises in the reading room.
The reading room on the main floor offers a peaceful alternative to the beach, and like other rooms throughout the house, draws on a balance of white walls, a neutral floor, and black accents.
The powder room is painted with Farrow & Ball’s Off-Black, a stark exception to the “white walls only” rule throughout the home.
A dazzling Ricardo Rumi painting and a Lubomir Tomaszewski sculpture add contemporary flair to the library.
On the first floor, the elegant guest bath features a custom granite sink and a generous frosted-glass shower enclosure.
Chairs in the snug library wear a subdued Fortuny fabric, while pillows are clad in a contemporary Madeline Weinrib pattern.
The modern, streamlined kitchen was designed by architect Stacey Jacovini Storm during the initial renovation in 2007.
The black-and-white guest bedroom, inspired by a magazine photo, has a plush cowhide rug atop practical sisal.
The guest bath takes a dramatic turn with horizontal wallpaper and a black-and-white striped rug.
Holly Hunt velvet gives the master bed headboard a sumptuous look and feel.
"Bubble baths revive me," says the designer, praising her master bath with its smart black-and-white theme.
Diverse elements unite happily in the living room, where striking charcoal-on-paper drawings set off a steer’s head cunningly crafted of metal washers. The herringbone-patterned hide sofa pillows hail from Dovecote in Westport.
A black lacquered wall adds drama.
Colorful accessories pop in the living room, where walls of Benjamin Moore’s Jet Black set off the crisp white trim and shelves.
Living room seating by B&B Italia is suitable for large crowds or intimate groups. The chairs, featuring a sculptural shape and sexy zipper up the back, were chosen for good looks when seen from any angle.