Home Tour: An East Hampton Hideaway

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11 months ago

I love when I discover a home tour packed to the brim with endless charm… this one is an amazing example. It’s ones of those special spaces that makes me want to spend a day restyling and vintage hunting. So much beauty to take in, so much texture, so much fun. I found this tour on The Maryn, which if this is new to you, I am excited to share it! It’s the brainchild of Michelle Adams (the former editor in chief of Domino and co-founder of Lonny) who I have actually shared her Michigan home on the blog a long time ago (a forever favorite).

Michelle’s interior style speaks to me and inspires me to no end. I was so excited when she launched her site earlier this year because it’s always so refreshing to scroll through and has become a go-to resource when I am needing interior inspo.

This beautiful home belongs to Glenn Ban, who is an insanely talented interior designer… go figure. His website is also a fun one to browse! One thing that majorly stands out to me about his space is all of the imperfectly perfect vignettes of found treasures. His envious collections out on display. I love every corner…

“Ban prefers small rooms and cherished things. “What I do for myself here is try to create a home that feels collected and curated, a space where everything has meaning,” he explains, “whether it’s pottery or art or a piece of furniture that I found at a flea market, an antique store, or auction.”

Taking lots of notes over here. In love with his striking exposed beams, the natural light flooding in, the woven accents, greenery peppered alongside his ceramic collections. It’s all so pretty!

Home tour via The Maryn, photography by Marta Xochilt Perez

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