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“Ev­ery­one loves be­ing by the pool and the kitchen, and of course the house is spe­cial in that it’s on the beach. It doesn’t get bet­ter than that,” Hagan says. “So I tapped into low-key qualities about the Hamptons—fam­ily, nature, ocean breezes, the mys­tery and power of the ocean, the qual­ity of light dur­ing dif­fer­ent times of day, even the dif­fer­ent moods on stormy ver­sus sunny days.” With these ideas in mind, the de­signer re­cast the en­tire res­i­dence but fo­cused mainly on the kitchen, the home’s heart. She ex­panded it to in­clude a mas­sive is­land and re­freshed it with sen­si­ble ma­te­ri­als, like Pi­etra Car­dosa stone coun­ter­tops; a Co­rian-topped ta­ble; and cerused, wire-brushed oak floors that ex­tend through­out the house.

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