Nate Berkus may be known for his
design talent, but he can’t take full credit for this gorgeous Hamptons home. Food Network’s Katie Lee co-designed the space, which she owns, and the result is dreamy.
Nestled on 1.84 acres, the seven-bedroom home boasts 6,325 square feet of living space, a full outdoor kitchen, climate-controlled wine cellar, a home theater and a 42-foot-long heated pool. Click through to take a peek inside the glamorous, coastal-inspired space.
The home was built in 2010 by architect Fred Throo.
Upon entrance, a double-height foyer with coastal green walls, clean white trim and sophisticated dark wood floors sets the tone of the home.
The coastal green hue continues into the living room, where an elegant seating arrangement and hits of brass offer a glamorous look.
The star room in this home is, unsurprisingly, the chef’s kitchen, which also boasts a casual dining and seating area.
The cooking space comes complete with stainless steel appliances, three ovens and a restaurant-grade stove.
The kitchen also boasts a butler’s pantry clad in palm-print wallpaper.
Understated pattern and natural materials let the sunny yellow chairs shine in the formal dining room.
In the library, Nate and Katie went for a warmer, earthy palette with heavier furniture and decor. The stone fireplace neutralizes the opulent aesthetic.
There’s a guest suite on the first floor, but Katie uses it as an office space. Layered rugs add a stylish and on-trend note.
Upstairs, the master bedroom features tall vaulted ceilings, a fireplace and a private balcony.
The balcony has pristine views of the pool and lush landscape.
The serene ensuite bathroom boasts stone flooring, a deep spa tub and an arched niche.
Through a small foyer are four more bedrooms, each of which have their own ensuite baths.
Here’s another one of the bedrooms.
The spacious basement is the hub for entertaining.
There’s a recreational area, complete with a billiards table.
How impressive is this climate-controlled wine cellar?
A cozy home theater comes with stadium seating.
The expansive yard looks like just the place to spend an afternoon in the sun.
Under a pergola lined with twinkling lights is an outdoor kitchen with a commercial-grade pizza oven, a ten-seat dining table, and additional picnic tables.
Author: Sabina Sohail
6sqft; headshot, Nate Berkus via Twitter.