It's always a great surprise when I go into a store and I love everything in it. I was thrilled to have discovered Comerford Collection a couple of years ago when I was shopping in the Hamptons.
The furniture is seeped in moderism; I'm calling it approachable modernism. There's a twist. Traditionalists who appreciate refined, elegant, clean lines can feel comfortable with Comerford's well curated environment and the perfect selection of accessories to match. Much of the furiture is custom made.
Lighting and art work are a big part of why the store's vignettes are so visually enticing. Amagansett local Andy Stenerson's glass creations look right at home.
I love these leaning shelves, sold as a set, and perfect for that bare wall. Form and function live here beautifully. Textiles also play a central role in the look and feel of the store.
Karen Comerford, who began her career illustrating cards for Hallmark, describes her design style as a lover of edited refined spaces, but with idiosyncratic elements. So of course, it's no coincidence that also happens to describe her store.