Todd Merrill is one of New York’s top tastemakers, a connoisseur of blue-chip 20th-century furniture and a top interior designer. But Merrill, who was born and raised in Vermont, prefers the relative quiet of Southampton to Manhattan’s high-flying scene. The rambling five-bedroom home he shares with his wife doubles as Merrill’s lab, full of contemporary art and exclusive furniture is Home Decor Ideas’ subject for today.
In the foyer’s modern décor we get to see a Jake Phipps mirror and Alex Roskin console.
A ribbon-like light sculpture by John Procario hangs above the staircase and Chris Rucker’s Safety Blue Panel hangs behind. A Marc Fish bronze chair and sculpture by Vasa Mihich punctuate the landing completing this contemporary design.
A chaise and a console by exclusive designer Marc Fish and a Gary Magakis low table are arranged in the living area. Niamh Barry’s Vessel II and Vessel III sconces hang above.
A vintage Paul Evans bed is part of the master suite’s exclusive design.
Resin doors by Billy Joe McCarroll and David Gillespe open onto the entrance foyer where we see a Totem sculpture by Elaine Katzer and a bronze and horsehair sconce by Erin Sullivan.
Milo Baughman velvet swivel chairs sit astride a Gary Magakis side table. A console table by Gary Magakis and vintage mercury glass lamps complete the contemporary design of the room.
In the back living room, a walnut sculpture by Jack Rogers Hopkins stands on a free form low table by Karl Springer Ltd.
In the dining room, Warren Platner bronze chairs surround a Paul Evans table creating a sophisticated atmosphere.
Wood chairs and a cocktail table by Yard Sale Project make a statement in the kitchen/dining room. A steel and bronze console by Gary Magakis gives a luxurious touch while a bubble console by Erin Sullivan takes us to a more classic ambience.
In the master suite lounge, a Todd Merrill Custom Originals sofa wears a Romo velvet completed by a painting by Ezra Cohen, curtains of a Romo linen, bronze table and stool by Erin Sullivan and plaster floor lamp by Michael Taylor.
Chris Rucker steel chairs face off on the bleached teak pool deck. At right, we see a Raymond Barger bronze fountain sculpture.
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Source: Architectural Digest