Surfaces + Textures by Tina Ramchandani and Maureen McDermott

Creating drama with wallpaper, slabs, and faux concrete

September 14, 2018

Tina Ramchandani and Maureen McDermott head shots

Tina Ramchandani & Maureen McDermott
Tina Ramchandani Creative, N.Y., & Winter McDermott Design, Sag Harbor, N.Y.

With the help of a talented architect and landscaper, we designed a new-construction home for our client in Quogue, N.Y. Our goal was to curate a comfortable, livable space while incorporating unique eye-catching moments throughout the open floor plan. We used elements such as a double-story faux concrete wall in the living room to enhance the height and bring a “New York” element to this Hamptons home.


 We also used a giant marble slab on the kitchen wall to create drama when looking across the space.


In the powder room, a wallpaper resembling concrete continues the smooth-edged, semi-industrial theme, which we softened in the main guest room ...


... by wrapping the walls in grass-cloth wallpaper and finishing with an over-scale mirror hung horizontally.

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