To help with her weekend house, actress Sarah Jessica Parker called on an old friend, Erich Hughes, who not only created a charming, laid-back retreat but discovered a whole new career.
In the master bedroom, the curtain panels are from , and the ceramic lamp is by .
A 1940s mirrored desk from and a portrait of Parker and Broderick by ; the vintage armchair upholstered in apple-green Chinese silk is a flea-market find.
Medicine cabinets, sconces, and glass shelves by hang above a pair of wall-mounted sinks by in the master bath.
A marine tarp on a frame turns a corner of the deck into an outdoor shower.
In the backyard, the pool is surrounded by chaise lounges and rich greenery.
The 1960s needlepoint canvas is from the thrift store.
In the guest room, the cotton curtain panels are from , and the pedestal table was lacquered with ’s Tulip Red.
A collection of vintage chairs painted with black Regal Matte are gathered around a dining table designed by Hughes; the Egyptian handblown-glass chandelier is from .
The kitchen range, hood, and dishwasher are by ; the print is Uno la Mela by Enzo Mari from .
In the den, a 1970s armchair with silver nailheads is upholstered in denim.
A vintage wicker-and-chrome rocking chair.
The living room’s window-seat cushion and throw pillows are covered in ’s Spatter cotton; the faux-parchment cocktail table is by Urban, and the Square armchairs by are upholstered in ’s Catwalk stripe.
On the front porch, wicker chairs surround an Aris pedestal table from ; the ceiling is painted with ’s Hazy Blue.
The house was built in 1865 by a prominent landowner in a mix of Victorian styles; the landscape design is by Ricks Lee.
The living room of Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick’s Bridgehampton house, decorated by Eric Hughes; the Lack tables by were custom lacquered. The Astor sofa is by Jonas, and the polished chrome Fluted Column lamp is by .