In 2007, af­ter ac­cept­ing a job as se­nior de­signer at Robert Stilin’s firm, Ra­jaie Khoury traded Los An­ge­les for the Hamp­tons’ dreamy beaches. But rather than mov­ing into an over­sized beach­front property in Mon­tauk or Bridge­hamp­ton, Khoury opted for a quaint abode in the charm­ing port vil­lage of Sag Har­bor. There, he found and fell in love with a clas­sic shin­gle-style house on Main Street, built in 1820 by Cap­tain James Pier­son and com­plete with en­chant­ments of that pe­riod—wide plank floors, roomy fire­places, and an en­closed wa­ter­front porch. “It’s a mag­i­cal place that has all the so­phis­ti­ca­tion of nearby New York City,” says Khoury, “but with the spirit of a se­cluded coun­try house and the seren­ity of coastal liv­ing.”

In the liv­ing room, a turn-of-the-cen­tury trunk dou­bles as a cof­fee ta­ble.

SOFA cus­tom, hol­lan­dand­sh­erry. com PIL­LOW Khotan Ru­bia, za­kand­

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