“I wanted to make sure I captured that salty air,” says AD100 designer about her work on a classic shingled house built in the 1700s by a prominent local family on Martha’s Vineyard.
Not long ago, it was acquired by a New York–based couple who are longtime clients of Hagan’s. They fell in love with the place for its simplicity as well as for its spectacular beachfront location in Edgartown. Hagan was equally enamored as soon as she saw it.
ag棋牌地址“We were all so excited,” she recalls. “So I thought, I have to handle this very carefully. It’s so special. They loved the oldness of it, and there’s a quirkiness to it. It’s this little old house with many replaces—a cottage from another time.”
ag棋牌地址That said, it had to be brought up to speed to accommodate the wonts of the couple’s three active children and their assorted houseguests. Hagan collaborated with architect , with whom she also designed the family’s main residence. “That house is totally different from this one,” Hagan says. “It’s much grander in scale. This house is tiny— but it lives big.”