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Open spaces, combined with shades of white and tan, give the house in Sagaponack woods a SoHo loft feel, while the mood is “shabby genteel.”

Silas Marder, seated, has put his curatorial eye and his family business experience to work in ­a new line of outdoor furnishings, including poolside loungers and side chairs with “stretched-scaling.”
In the East Hampton Historical Society show, there are plenty of items for sale in the $500 to $1,000 range. For people looking for something special and willing to pay for it.

Abby Jane Brody

By Erica Broberg Smith
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Here is an example, according to the author, of “the industry standard for traditional nondescript residential fans.” Durell Godfrey