Armstrong Flooring hardwood and laminate flooring are featured in the Coastal Living Hamptons Showhouse, a house designed to showcase what is new and trendy in home construction.
The home features the timeworn charm of Architectural Remnants laminate—Antique Structure in Milk Paint and the rustic elegance of American Scrape hardwood in Brown Bear. Filled with seaside style and bold colors, this quintessential coastal home in iconic Bridgehampton, New York offers unlimited design inspiration. It will be featured in the September issue of Coastal Living magazine.
Designer Meg Braff worked alongside Fred Throo Architects and Touch of Grey builders to design the interior of the charming seaside home.
“I loved the texture and imperfections of the American Scrape wood floor upstairs," said Braff. "It has richness and depth that felt like it could have been there for years which is ideal in a new house. I chose the wide planked white stained Architectural Remnants laminate floors in the basement for their scale and lightness in color. The basement does not feel at all like a basement.”
Ebeth Pitman, director brand marketing, Armstrong Flooring, said, “Everything about the house is stunning, from its secluded, beautiful setting to its timeless, traditional architectural details. Both flooring designs provide a harmonious complement to this seaside masterpiece and the house showcases how flooring enhances and complements the overall design. We're proud to be a part of this amazing home, with floors that are not only beautifully designed, but also are designed to stand up to everyday life.”
The Coastal Living Showhouse spans 6,800 square-feet and has six bedrooms, eight-and-a-half baths, three fireplaces and a movie theater, as well as a gym, tennis court, wine cellar, pool and pool. Touch of Grey was the builder on this project and the architecture firm was Fred Throo Architects. Mahoney and Associates is the landscape team and Meg Braff Interiors oversaw the home’s interiors.
“The dark wood floors look chic and sophisticated with a low-gloss and soft undulating texture,” said Sara Babinski, design manager, hardwood and laminate, Armstrong Flooring. “The hardwood floor worked well with the open floor plan amid splashes of color. The lower level is the family area, a room to watch movies, relax, exercise or just read a book. The rustic nature of the floor has hints of paint peeking through for a rustic charm that not only looks beautiful but can stand up to the demands of everyday life, including kids and pets.”
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