One glance at these fabulous photos and the interior designer’s mix of Hampton’s low-key luxury with mid-century Palm Beach punch, and it’s easy to see why both her store and her work are so celebrated.
Glass is mandatory to truly experience a view like this. And this seating area is ideal for gathering family and friends or simply taking advantage of the afternoon sunshine.
A simple cowhide rug over a wood floor feels so crisp and clean to us. And we would put a bar cart positively anywhere. They are so versatile!
Bold stripes add loads of personality to this room. And the desk is so beautiful.
The color in this kitchen is so fabulous! And those bar stools? Perfection!
This is one of the most fabulous nurseries we’ve seen. I wish I’d thought of hanging the clothes in the open like that. They’re so cute you want to display them!
All the lucite, the fun wallpaper, and, my oh my, that view! It’s all too good! We would never leave this office.
A little black grounds any room, as evidenced by this chic bedroom. It’s just the right combination of masculine and feminine to be the ideal master.
So GORGEOUS! We really couldn’t pick a favorite part… Okay, okay. You twisted our arms. It’s the Hermes blankets! But that wallpapered ceiling is a pretty close second. We hope you’ve loved the good taste of Lee Kleinhelter as much as we do!
We are also so pleased to announce that we are participating in this year’s One Room Challenge! Follow along with us as we transform a truly terrible kitchen into a fresh, clean fun oasis worthy of the title “heart of the home.” (Well, that’s the plan anyway… I guess part of the fun will be seeing whether we actually pull it off!)
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