The dining and living rooms, on the split-level first floor, are separated by panes of glass. The walls and floors are pickled white oak.
Nick Martin is seen in the latest addition to the house, a minimalist crystalline glass box with a breakfast table, 1950s chandelier, and unobstructed views of Three Mile Harbor.
The staircase, made of pickled white oak and glass, reflects light and draws the eye upward.
The cubic-shaped house reflects each season’s shifting light. Connor Harrigan
Cody, a 90-pound Labradoodle, enjoys being inside as well as out.
A pinwheel mirror reflects objects in the living room as well as trees and light.
The kitchen now has white oak cabinets, concrete countertops, handmade tiles, and a six-burner Viking stove.
A wooden Buddha sits on a lacquered cabinet near the front entrance.
The master bedroom and spacious bathroom allow for previously unseen harbor views.
Nancy Hollister and her husband, Owen Jander, who put an addition onto their small Springs house to accommodate the oven, pose as guests arrive for a bimonthly pizza party.
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Owen takes charge of what goes in and out.
Nancy was the only person petite enough to get inside the oven when adjustments were needed during construction.
Melanie Roy designed this room full of midcentury influences for this year's showhouse.
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The master bath by Baltimore Design Group included luxurious and irreverent touches.
Black & Poole's irreverent game room
The black-and-white tonal library of Robert Brown
East Hampton's Patricia Fisher in her great room
The covered terrace by Madcap Cottage with the pool and pool house in the background