16 Stunning Hamptons Style Al Fresco Spaces You Will Love
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16 Stunning Hamptons Style Al Fresco Spaces You Will Love

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One of the defining elements of Hamptons architecture and design is an integration between the indoors and the outdoors. There are large windows that let natural light in to create a bright, airy and open feel. There are also expansive doors leading to outdoor spaces, and when the weather is right, those doors can be left open. The outdoor spaces themselves are so important as well.

We put together some of our favourite Hamptons al fresco spaces for inspiration.

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You’ll often see the al fresco spaces of a Hamptons home are as functional and beautifully designed as the interiors. They’re much like rooms themselves, with furniture for entertaining and dining.

There are impeccable pavers that create a flooring-like feel, and the landscaping can create classic separation and the feeling that you’re in a charming outdoor room, even if it’s completely open-air.

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As far as the architectural design elements themselves, you’ll see sunrooms, screened in verandas and open verandas with views of the surrounding area. 

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Interior Designer - Veranda House

Interior designer - Natasha Levak

Furnishings are high-quality, chic and timeless, and the accessories make for warm and inviting spaces. There are details like striped and pattern cushions, and the use of greenery is maximised.

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There is plenty of space for entertaining with long dining tables and ample seating areas including options like outdoor sectionals.

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Interior designer - Natalee Bowen from Indah Island

 

Here are some of our chic Ceramic Stools to compliment your own al fresco space.

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