For a city girl, Andrianna Shamaris is a bit of a beach bum. Every few months she jets to Bali to supervise the production of resin accented teak tables, shagreen accessories, and other pieces for her SoHo and Malibu shops.
Lately, she can be found trolling the Hamptons in search of space to launch a summertime pop-up store. Even when she is landlocked in her Manhattan apartment, the beach is right at her fingertips. Stained maple floor planks are the color and sheen of sun-bleached sand.
A sculptural coffee table recalls a piece of driftwood washed ashore, and her kitchen counter is built from the same material as surfboards. “A little bit of Malibu in Manhattan,” she explains.