A Hamptons Home Designed With Multiple Water Views

Rechler House by Barnes Coy Architects

Photography by Paul Domzal / EdgeMediaProd.com

 

In East Quogue, New York, Barnes Coy Architects designed this home that has views of both the Atlantic Ocean to the south and Shinnecock Bay to the north.

 

Rechler House by Barnes Coy Architects

Photography by Paul Domzal / EdgeMediaProd.com

The client requested a home that was designed to have the main spaces positioned to take advantage of the views.

Rechler House by Barnes Coy Architects

Photography by Paul Domzal / EdgeMediaProd.com

Expansive balconies provide the perfect spot for enjoying the view.

Rechler House by Barnes Coy Architects

Photography by Paul Domzal / EdgeMediaProd.com

Due to zoning restrictions, the pool was not able to be positioned between the house and the ocean, so a courtyard scheme took shape that created the space for a pool.

Rechler House by Barnes Coy Architects

Photography by Paul Domzal / EdgeMediaProd.com

Overlooking the pool is a rooftop terrace, that functions as the primary entertaining space.

Rechler House by Barnes Coy Architects

Photography by Paul Domzal / EdgeMediaProd.com

The home also has a gym and outdoor lounge area by the pool.

Rechler House by Barnes Coy Architects

Photography by Paul Domzal / EdgeMediaProd.com

Rechler House by Barnes Coy Architects

Photography by Paul Domzal / EdgeMediaProd.com

Inside, the interiors have been kept to a white and light wood color palette.

Rechler House by Barnes Coy Architects

Photography by Paul Domzal / EdgeMediaProd.com

The only thing breaking up the white cabinetry and island in the kitchen, are the stainless steel appliances.

Rechler House by Barnes Coy Architects

Photography by Paul Domzal / EdgeMediaProd.com

A large games room is home to a pool table and foosball table.

Rechler House by Barnes Coy Architects

Photography by Paul Domzal / EdgeMediaProd.com

The white-theme carries through to the bedrooms too.

Rechler House by Barnes Coy Architects

Photography by Paul Domzal / EdgeMediaProd.com

There is also a walk-in wardrobe that uses curtains instead of doors.

Rechler House by Barnes Coy Architects

Photography by Paul Domzal / EdgeMediaProd.com

This bedroom is more whimsical, with a hanging chair, hot-air balloon-shaped lamps, and curtained walls.

Rechler House by Barnes Coy Architects

Photography by Paul Domzal / EdgeMediaProd.com

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