In a quaint town where he spends his own summer weekends, Steven Gambrel just finished a dreamy coastal cottage.
I finally had lunch at Café Clover in the West Village yesterday. It’s a restaurant I’ve been dying to try, not for its menu—although it was delicious—but for its interior design. Leather banquettes in a perfect shade of blue, antiqued mirror panels, glossy black window frames, oversized sconces and a bar made out of the most beautiful veined marble.
I’m a huge fan of Steven Gambrel‘s designs. And after visiting his latest restaurant project yesterday, I had to look up his website to see what he had been up to since my last post. I wasn’t disappointed. In latest news: a Sag Harbor home that strangely looks like his own Hamptons escape. The kitchen is my favorite room: more perfect shades of blue, his signature shaker cabinets and marble countertops. In the sitting room, an extra deep sofa and a couple of oversized sconces.
SHOP THE POST
Photography Steven Gambrel.