Here's how the designer changed the Downey family's unique Hamptons hideaway—twice.
The Entry: The first thing Nahem needed to do upon the purchase of the Hamptons house was open up the entry, which appeared dark and closed off.
Nahem initially painted the walls white to open up the room and added paintings by Ati Sedgwick (right) and Pascó The Great (left).
A year later, the paintings were such a hit, they made the final cut in the Downeys home—just swapped positions to opposite walls. The addition of Phillip Jeffries stripe wallpaper added depth to the room without darkening it.
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