One of the benefits of keeping up with new construction, as in this Noyac new-build, is that you get exposed to current ideas in interior design. This place, which is located between Water Mill and Bridgehampton, has been nicely staged and decorated by Elsa Soyars Interiors. As you can see, curved sofas are big lately; Lucite furniture is coming back, and of course fluffy textures add interest to a neutral room.
After so long with 60s and 70s looks in style, the 80s are roaring back. See the chairs in both the dining room and breakfast areas? Totally 80s, as is the plain kitchen, which we used to call Eurostyle back in the day.
This room (above) is back to the 70s: macrame, a potted tree in a wicker basket, a long low sideboard, those puffy chairs. (What, no hanging plants?) The light fixture and live-edge table bring it bang up to date, though.
Also modern is the fun finish in this guest bathroom.
The details: represented by Cristina Matos at Corcoran, we think $6.295 million is not at all a bad price. The house, at 9000 square feet, is huge and offers eight bedrooms; outside is a generous 5.6 acres with 50′ pool and tennis court. It’s not easy to get a new build this large at this price point.
For more, click here. 900 Old Sag Harbor Road, Water Mill