New York designer Athena Calderone decided to renovate her mid-century home in the Long Island town of Amagansett with new materials and new surfaces. The new home was brightened by new plaster walls, linen fabric, marble, and second-hand finds. The plaster walls added more warmth in the
house and overall changed the look of the house completely. Wood floors, clerestory windows, and ceilings covered in rope round out the interiors. Calderone’s home displays a combination of old and new. She is particularly fond of vintage finds and has sourced about 80% of the furniture from vintage
stores. The low-slung house has only one floor and contains four bedrooms and three bathrooms. The residence includes a patio, grassy lawn, and outdoor swimming pool.

Project Credits
Design: Athena Calderone
Plaster Wall: Kamp
Photography: Nicole Franzen
Sculpture artist:  Rogan Gregory

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