Guest Picks: Decorate Your House in Montauk Hotel Style
Midcentury chairs and ethnic textiles are staples in Montauk hotels. Get both in one with this vintage slipper chair upholstered in cotton batik and European linen.
Lobster buoys are a common sighting in the coastal fishing town. Bring the seafaring style to your home with these pendant lights made of cast white matte porcelain and detailed with a high-gloss navy blue band.
The Ruschmeyer’s hotel rooms are adorned with colorful vintage kilim rugs. Get your own Turkish rug in this striking palette of pink, orange and lime.
Transport yourself to Montauk’s The Surf Lodge every day by hanging a bent rattan chair from your bedroom ceiling.
Butterfly chairs are part of the collection of midcentury furniture that defines the signature Montauk style. This version is covered in weather-proof Sunbrella fabric, making it even more perfect for an outdoor summer lifestyle.
This abstract painting by Jenny Prinn is called “Lobster Buoys in the Storm.” The dark and vibrant colors perfectly embody the coastal lifestyle of the Northeast.
Rattan dome pendants hang by the dozen above The Surf Lodge’s outdoor patio. But even just one or two can give your house the same laid-back coastal look.
Making the bed is a breeze with a soft cotton quilt. When it comes to easy living, nothing is quite as efficient. The intricate motifs give this one a bohemian edge.
Become well versed in everything there is to know about the Hamptons with this new book by Vanity Fair editor Michael Shnayerson. Keep it on your coffee table for guests.
Give your kids’ bedroom the vintage, well-traveled look of a Ruschmeyer’s hotel room with this curlicued seahorse rattan headboard.
Throw in an indigo batik pillow to get that cosmopolitan bohemian vibe that Montauk is notorious for.
Industrial lighting is another style staple in the area. These heirloom bronze sconces from Hudson Valley make great bedside reading lights.
Re-create the look of The Surf Lodge’s outdoor dining room in your backyard with these iconic director’s chairs outfitted with white Sunbrella all-weather fabric.
Just as the neon-embellished Lemlem tunics are a style staple in the Hamptons, so are colorful pops of neon in decorative accessories. These batik pillows are the ideal candidates for pattern mixing and matching.
Where there is a beach, there should also be a round hand-braided jute rug. This fun take on the Scandinavian classic is the perfect accessory to give your space the cosmopolitan laid-back vibe.
This yellow sling hammock is exactly what you’d expect to find walking into your hotel room at Ruschmeyer’s. Get the look at home by sweeping up this vintage version on Chairish.
You’ll feel like you’re at the Montauk harbor every day with this oil painting featuring ships and cranes. Sure, the real thing is quieter and has more fishing boats and yachts, but the coastal essence is picked up in these seafoam shades and red and white accents.
Adorn your bathroom counter with quality aromatic hand wash and moisturizer from Aesop for a signature hotel look.
It’s no secret that all-white bedding is a hotel staple worldwide. Layer your bed with white linens and ethnic textiles to fully capture the essence of Montauk in your own bedroom.
Add a touch of worldliness in any room of the house with a versatile indigo batik ottoman. It’s perfect for putting up your feet at the end of a long day!Next: Travel in Style: 10 Designer Hotels to Inspire You