Architectural Digest Blog - Andrianna Shamaris

Architectural Digest Blog

June 18, 2013


Tastemaker and designer Andrianna Shamaris recently expanded her eponymous home-furnishings company with a shop in Southampton, New York, the second location after her base in Manhattan’s SoHo neighborhood. The new space is overflowing with chic products that Shamaris conceived with the Hamptons in mind. Accessories such as baskets, woven bags, place mats, and pillows are displayed alongside jewelry embellished with antique shells. Also exclusive to the Hamptons outpost are two clothing lines: Good in Bed, comprising sleepwear, made of a lightweight handwoven Indian cotton, that can serve double duty as beach cover-ups; and Andrianna Shamaris, featuring one-of-a-kind dresses and shirts fashioned from antique ceremonial Balinese sarongs.

A sizable selection of new designs and reimagined antique furniture is also on hand. Shamaris’s unique offerings include Colonial-era tables and chairs with shell inlays, sculptural weathered-teak pieces with aqua resin, and a collection of wood tables that have been burned to a black finish. Artifacts amassed from the designer’s travels to Southeast Asia include an impressive 15-foot-wide wood carving.

Whether you’re in the market for vibrant artwork, a one-of-a-kind dining table, or simply a picture frame, this chic shop has you covered.


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