Design virtuoso Robert Stilin puts his spin on a Hamptons living room.
Interior design powerhouse Robert Stilin is admired by many for his innate ability to craft spaces that fuse elegance and edge with ease, and flawlessly deliver on the distinct desires of each client he works with. Case in point, storied projects for his high-profile Rolodex in and around the Hamptons, New York City and beyond are a testament to his revered abilities. Here, with a curation of selects ranging from artworks to vintage and collectibles, the creative maven puts his eclectic touch on a Hamptons living room.
“I love the mix of metals and textures... Indestructibly chic.” Vincenzo de Cotiis DC 1716/2017 coffee table, Carpenters Workshop Gallery
“I love these historical art ephemera pieces. They are just cool and put you back in that art world moment. And it’s great looking.” POP exhibition invitation card
“This is more of a sculpture than a light. It’s visually appealing, a punch of color and adds interest and a warm glow in any room.” Joe Colombo for Kartell lamp, Italy, 1965
“It’s Enoc Perez—but it reminds me of Elizabeth Peyton. It’s just cool and fun, and Justin is a cutie!” Enoc Perez, “Untitled (Justin)” (2020), Skarstedt Gallery
“These chairs have such a beautiful silhouette, and they are so comfortable and just very cool.” Guillerme et Chambron pair of 1960s Edouard armchairs in shearling