Traditional Home’s July/August issue is out on newsstands, and it’s full of gorgeous spaces! The magazine covers topics that range from chic patios and relaxing outdoor spaces to a weekend in the Hamptons at a luxurious home that is sure to inspire your inner designer!
Here are some of our favorite rooms in the Hampton Designer Showhouse!
The Inviting Foyer
Suzanne McGrath and Lauren McGrath are responsible for this foyer’s striking design. Although the foyer exudes minimalistic qualities, the precise lines possessed by the wall panels and casing add architectural interest to the space.
A close up of the Scene III casing from our Very Square Finishing Collection reveals a single beaded line that runs across the length of the trim for an understated appeal.
Overall, this foyer evokes an organic yet, relaxed feeling that is sure to make guests feel welcomed.
The Boho Living Room
Interior designer Melanie Turner explains this living room as a classic Hampton’s space with a “70s bohemian vibe,” and we couldn’t agree more!
The large windows allow sunlight to filter into the living room, highlighting the different textures throughout the space.
With this living room being as beautiful as it is, we have to turn our attention toward the ceiling. We love how the designer used our interior finishings to create this unique coffered ceiling treatment that adds such depth and character to the space.
A Refined Dining Room
Perhaps one of the most visually entrancing spaces with tantalizing textures belongs to Gideon Mendelson. From the drapes to the ceiling, everything in this dining room is boasting beautiful bold patterns.
Without a doubt, one of our favorite aspects of this entire dining room is the geometrically detailed wall treatment that can be made with our flat stock! It adds such personality to the space, don’t you think?
We adore how the designer used crown moulding from our Very Square Collection to add architectural intrigue to the space, and it acts as a faultless transition from the ceiling treatment to the embellished wall treatment.
Moreover, casing from the same Collection is used around the windows and the center of the ceiling as a means to tie this space together.
Want to see more trimpsiration-worthy spaces from the Hampton Designer Showhouse? Then pick up the latest issue of Traditional Home or purchase tickets to see these marvelous rooms in-person! Be sure to let us know what your thoughts are of these spaces down below or on Twitter!