What was once a library is now the One Kings Lane Southampton shop. Located on the corner of Jobs Lane and Main Street, the Victorian Gothic building has been transformed from a place for books into a shoppable summer cottage by The Studio at One Kings Lane featuring a bedroom by Mark D. Sikes and a kitchen by Sarah Blank. Below, a living room by The Studio designers Sally Gotfredson and Nicole Fisher was furnished to feel less like a store and more like a home. Original architectural details such as leaded glass and coffered ceilings shine among a mix of contemporary (but classic) furnishings selected with summer in mind. “We envisioned an old family house filled with antiques and meaningful pieces collected from travels abroad,” Sally says, “and were careful to include a few contemporary punches to bring it all up to now.” A vision brought to life by way of lacquered lanterns, leather sofas, and layered rugs in sandy hues, it’s a curated blend of old and new. “We didn’t want customers to come in and say ‘I want this whole room as is,’” Sally explains, “but rather to inspire people to create a mix that’s all their own.”
With that in mind, One Kings Lane invites you to stop by 11 Jobs Lane and see the space yourself, now through Labor Day. You’re welcome to drop in to casually browse or to set up a complimentary design appointment with a staff designer. Let us help you live your style and create a home you’ll love.