House Crush: Michelle Smith’s Sag Harbor Cottage

Michelle Smith's Shingle Style cottage in Sag Harbor featured in Lonny Magazine

Michelle Smith swears by five paint colors that bring her spaces to life: beige, blue-green, gray, black & white.

Michelle Smith's Shingle Style cottage in Sag Harbor featured in Lonny Magazine

Michelle Smith's Shingle Style cottage in Sag Harbor featured in Lonny Magazine

Michelle Smith's Shingle Style cottage in Sag Harbor featured in Lonny Magazine

Michelle Smith's Shingle Style cottage in Sag Harbor featured in Lonny Magazine

Michelle Smith's Shingle Style cottage in Sag Harbor featured in Lonny Magazine

Michelle Smith's Shingle Style cottage in Sag Harbor

Michelle Smith's Shingle Style cottage in Sag Harbor featured in Lonny Magazine

Get the Look of Michelle Smith's Shingle Style cottage in Sag Harbor

It’s official: I have a new lady-crush. After basically drooling all over Michelle Smith’s Greenwich Village apartment featured on One Kings Lane last week, here she is featured again in Lonny Magazine. Even better, it features her shingle style cottage in (be still my heart) Sag Harbor, NY. The barrister-turned-interior-designer trained with Daniel Romualdez for two years before branching out on her own and opening MRS Studio (I’m even jealous of her monogram).

I love how she masters simplicity and muted paint colors. Her aesthetic is understated and sophisticated. In case I still haven’t convinced you to fall head over heels in love with this talented lady, check out a day in the life of Michelle Smith. I basically want to emulate and become her now. If all it takes is to pass the bar to become such a creative and accomplished woman, sign me up for Harvard Law right now (can you tell I’ve been watching Suits)?

SHOP THE LOOK

Sources: all images via Lonny and MRS Studio.

  • Short and Sweet Blog

    Gosh that home is incredible. Love the fresh/organic feel of it. And adore all of the pieces that you chose esp that owl hook.

  • Maggie Stephens

    Love her, thanks for the intro! I had to laugh at your comment on her monogram, as my new initials are also MRS and I feel so awkward getting things monogrammed in that order (been choosing the big S in the middle ;)). Don’t want to be mistaken for one of those women with Mrs. stamped on everything like a badge of honor ;)

    • http://Www.savvyhomeblog.com/ Gabrielle | Savvy Home

      Hahaha I can see how it can feel a little awkward but it’s also kind of cool – you should own it!!

  • http://www.jacquelynclark.com/ Jacquelyn

    lady crush indeed!! OOOHH boy!