Coastal Living Hamptons Showhouse
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Coastal Living Hamptons Showhouse

Featuring Armstrong Flooring

 Step into Seaside Style

Armstrong Floors Featured in Coastal Living Hamptons Showhouse

Take a tour of this stunning coastal home featuring Armstrong laminate and hardwood flooring. Set in the iconic town of Bridgehampton, NY, this architectural triumph offers unlimited design inspiration. The 6,800 square-foot home features the timeworn charm of our Architectural Remnants Laminate and the rustic elegance of our American Scrape™ Hardwood. Filled with traditional style and modern twists, both flooring designs provide a harmonious addition to this seaside masterpiece.

Browse Collections:

Architectural Remnants Laminate Flooring

American Scrape Hardwood Flooring

Photographers: Lindsey Stone and David Land

 As Seen in Coastal Living Magazine

 A Tour with Our Designer

Sara Tours Coastal Living Showhouse

Armstrong Flooring’s Design Manager, Sara Babinski, recently visited Coastal Living Magazine’s showhouse in Bridgehampton, New York. Read on to get Sara’s perspective on this beautiful home.

“I grew up in this seaside resort, now known as The Hamptons. This area was once known primarily for its agriculture and fishing. Today it is also known as a destination for the film industry, television, and most of all the arts – including interior design. What better place to showcase a coastal-themed showhouse?

I toured this beautiful house on a hot, sunny day. It sat bright white and statement like, on a slightly elevated forested hill. As I entered, I noticed the dark wood floors looked chic and sophisticated with a low gloss and soft, undulating texture. The hardwood floor worked well with the open floor plan and splashes of color used throughout the house.

The lower level featured bright coastal colors we see trending now. This part of the house featured a family room for movies, areas to relax and read a book and an exercise room. The rustic nature of the floor has hints of natural wood color peeking through the white paint, adding charm and brightness while coordinating perfectly with the grass area rugs strategically placed in these rooms.”