Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Sag Harbor house

I saw this house - owned by Luke and Allison Babcock - in This Old House. Allison is a designer herself and created an interior to elevate the lovely renovations. She shared some of her supplier notes with me...

The kitchen tile is from Southampton Brick and tile 631-537-6353 - I think it is called the Grazia white crackle tile 3 x 5.

The master bath tiles are from Urban Archaeology V18B Bistro tile 3 x 6 light green 631-537-0124. The vanity was made by the carpenters on-site.

The stair runner is a custom runner from AM collections - I think they only sell to the trade. The floors and most of the paneling in the house came from the Antique Lumber Company in Water Mill NY. 631-726-7026 - speak to Holly or Don.

Living room

Master Bedroom

Screened porch


Anonymous said...

OMG thank you for posting the bathroom subway tile source! I've been looking for something just like that for my kitchen backsplash and have come across this picture many times (love it!) but I've never been able to find the source of the tile!!!

Milk and Honey Group said...

Hi ThreeAcres-
Just so you know, you can get the tile more affordably through Pratt & Larson (they have many, many colors to choose from) and in either crackle glaze or non-crackle. Urban Archaeology is expensive!

Anonymous said...

Great thanks for the info! I'll have to check them out.

UA said...

Urban Archaeology carries over ten ceramic tile lines with field tile that retails for under $20 a square foot. This includes the V15 (the line number was misidentified) pictured in the "This Old House" story mentioned here. We encourage readers to visit urbanarchaeology.com, and feel free to contact us via email or phone. Better yet, drop into one of our showrooms or schedule an appointment with one of our sales associates to learn more.

Nicole said...

For the bathroom, do you know if the tub was faced by the same carpenters that did the vanity?

Milk and Honey Group said...

Nicole - I didn't do this design, but I have done houses with the paneling on the tub. Usually the vanity is done by a cabinet company, and the paneling is done by the onsite carpenters. It's very basic - but it sure looks nice!