A Hamptons Home with a French Accent

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Photographer: Roger Davies
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A Hamptons Home with a French Accent

Amy and Todd Hase with their daughters and miniature donkeys Simon (left) and Cowboy.

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A Hamptons Home with a French Accent

Amy and Todd Hase’s daughters Ava (left) and Chloe with their pony Katie at the stables of the family’s property in Long Island, New York.

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In the formal living room, the cocktail table, sofa, pouf, and armchairs are by , the couple’s firm, as are the upholstery and the curtain fabric.

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The daybed and side tables in the library were purchased at auction in Paris, and the jute rug is by .

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The library’s sofa and bookcases are by .

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Pedestals in the formal dining room hold busts of Caesar (left) and Hermes, and the wall covering is by .

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The kitchen light fixture is from , and the 18th-century table was purchased at a Paris flea market; the range, vent hood, and dishwasher are by .

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A Hamptons Home with a French Accent

An étagère by in the kitchen displays the couple’s collection of 19th-century china, hotel tableware, and Provençal pottery.

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A hanging lamp from and café-style chairs by in the breakfast room.

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The master bedroom wall covering is by , and the cocktail table and settee are by ; the armoire and armchairs date from the Qing and Ming dynasties, respectively.

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An upholstered bed, a chest of drawers, and a table lamp by in the master bedroom; the Sirius 55 luggage is by .

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A Hamptons Home with a French Accent

A guest room houses the Qing dynasty wedding bed the Hases have owned since they married.

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