Style your space: Hamptons kitchen

Style your space: Hamptons kitchen


Light, bright and beautiful. The Hamptons style originated on Long Island, New York, and has developed into a classic look that features natural materials, timeless designs and a breezy coastal vibe. Say hello to the Hamptons with these elegant appliances that encapsulate this simple but sophisticated look

Hamptons Electrolux Refrigerator 2

1. Chic design, generous interior space, mark-resistant stainless steel and FreshPlus™ technology that is designed to maintain the perfect temperature inside your fridge — these are just some of the features of this efficient refrigerator. Electrolux 524L French-door refrigerator with ice and water,


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2. Healthy eating and living is the essence of this time-saving juicer. Ideal for a beachy home, this appliance extracts nutrient-rich juice five times faster than a cold-press machine. Breville Juice Fountain® Cold XL in silver,


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3. Boasting a simple and breezy aesthetic, this two-slice toaster is a neutral complement to a space. The clean lines and steel accents only add to the classic Hamptons feel. Smeg ‘50s retro-style aesthetic two-slice toaster in white,


Hamptons Breville Crystal Clear Kettle

4. Purposeful design and an airy look are captured in this chic glass kettle. Glass is a must in any Hamptons-style kitchen for a lighter look, and combined with a large-capacity jug and auto shut-off upon boil, this appliance is functional and timeless. Breville Crystal Clear kettle,


Hamptons Baumatic 90cm Freestanding Cooker

5. European design, powerful, intuitive features and a 135L oven capacity is what will make this cooker your right-hand man in the kitchen. Packed with abundant functionality and a silky smooth appearance, this light product will fit right into a Hamptons-style space. Dual Fuel 90cm stainless-steel freestanding cooker,


Feature image:  Design Ed Mamrot for Inset Kitchens, Tim Turner

Originally in Kitchens & Bathrooms Quarterly Vol. 25 No. 4