at home in montauk.
by victoria comment


mid-century modern beach house. / sfgirlbybay

i love a good beach pad, but this one has more sophistication than most. meet the mckinley bungalow, featured recently in vogue, a 1,900-square foot four-bedroom, 3-bathroom ranch style home outfitted with objects with a mid-century modern vibe. designed by Robert McKinley, the Designer Behind Surf Lodge and Sant Ambroeus, in collaboration with his wife, Kate Nauta — their very chill beach house is full of fun and vintage treasures — and it just happens to be available for rent. the mckinley bungalow can be yours, if just for a little while, and i’m okay with that. inspired by the couple’s world travels, it’s cozy, but not overly beach-house precious and looks to me like the perfect place to getaway. for details on how you can stay, visit the mckinley bungalow.

mid-century modern beach house. / sfgirlbybay

modern beach house with sophisticated vibes. / sfgirlbybay

bamboo mirror in beachy bar area. / sfgirlbybay

modern dining area inside montauk rental home. / sfgirlbybay

at home in montauk. / sfgirlbybay

built-in wood dining nook in montauk beach home. / sfgirlbybay

at home in montauk. / sfgirlbybay

minimalist modern white bedroom in montauk home. / sfgirlbybay

• photography by nicole franzen for vogue.

6 responses to “at home in montauk.”

  1. Do you know what type of wood was used for the breakfast nook? Or how the wood was placed on the wall? Love the look of that.

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