Rebekah Caudwell Design

Montauk, Hamptons New York

With Rebekah’s love of colour she was itching to put some soul into this Hamptons home. She swept through what were an interlocking series of white spaces spreading colour, pattern and warmth. Go-to shades of turquoises and teals, zingy greens and luminous aqua woke things up. The curvaceous mid-century designs, Jonathan Adler numbers and thought provoking art breathed life into the house.
Rebekah and her husband Nick love working with different styles of architecture. My interior design is always partially informed and inspired by the architecture and its setting, but colour is always the main springboard.”
This weekend getaway home came with a few layout quirks but Rebekah turned them to her advantage. The lower ground entry floor which links guest wing and main wing had initially felt bare unfriendly and distant, a no-man’s land, but she reimagined this transitional space as a games zone – complete with a pool table, topped in vivid turquoise, bold geometrics and ikats. It now evokes a joyful, holiday spirit that continues in the guest rooms.
The cinema room was subterranean so it lent itself to be used as such. However there was the issue of the window onto the swimming pool. Rebekah had a wall to wall roman blind made, to help with the acoustics and also to make the room cosier. The built in platform sofa is actually 4 feet deep and makes for great evenings with a bowl of popcorn a blanket and a glass of wine.
The Master bedroom, cantilevered over the pool, is in many respects the architectural jewel in the crown, sitting at the top of the property and it has the best views in the house.

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