This family doesn’t understand why anyone would prefer an ocean view.
Juxtaposed “frames” create privacy and intrigue at this modernist Lion’s Head house. Bates Masi + Architects

Wisteria does not begin to flower profusely until it has expanded to the space allotted to it. Durell Godfrey

Durell Godfrey Photos

Jade-colored toile in an Asian motif with cinnabar accents was a detail in a bedroom designed by Tobi Fairley and Landon Shockey. Right, grays in many tones enriched the staircase in the foyer designed by Nina Freudenberger. Durell Godfrey Photos

Abbey Jane Brody Photos

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.