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Steal This Look: An Inviting Porch in Bellport, NY (the Anti-Hamptons)

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Steal This Look: An Inviting Porch in Bellport, NY (the Anti-Hamptons)

February 2, 2023

Not too long ago we featured Brooklyn-based architect Elizabeth Roberts’ 1850s cedar-shingle cottage in Bellport, Long Island (the low-key Hamptons alternative). Our favorite feature? The breezy screened porch, overlooking the pool and outfitted with easy-to-replicate elements.

Here’s a guide (and see the full house here):

Above: At one end of the porch, Elizabeth has created an outdoor dining area.
Above: Elizabeth bought the sun porch sofa at auction and had it painted blue and reupholstered. The macramé plant holder is from CB2 but has since been discontinued.
Above: A view from the porch overlooking the pool.

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Elizabeth painted the floor of the porch dining area Cloud White by Benjamin Moore. Photograph by Mel Walbridge for Remodelista.
Above: Elizabeth painted the floor of the porch dining area Cloud White by Benjamin Moore. Photograph by Mel Walbridge for Remodelista.
The Knotty Bubble chandelier by Lindsey Adelman was inspired by Japanese packaging, buoys, and shibari.
Above: The Knotty Bubble chandelier by Lindsey Adelman was inspired by Japanese packaging, buoys, and shibari.
The French Beam Teak Round Dining Table is from RH and comes in two sizes. The six-seater is \$7,595.
Above: The French Beam Teak Round Dining Table is from RH and comes in two sizes. The six-seater is $7,595.
Elizabeth&#8\2\17;s dining chairs are vintage. For a similar look, consider Pottery Barn&#8\2\17;s Windsor Dining Chairs; \$498 for a set of \2.
Above: Elizabeth’s dining chairs are vintage. For a similar look, consider Pottery Barn’s Windsor Dining Chairs; $498 for a set of 2.
Above: The Indio Outdoor Sofa from Pottery Barn is made of sustainably harvested mahogany certified by the Forest Stewardship Council; with cushions, it’s $2,098.
Above: The Montecito Pillow Cover (24″ square) and the Sunbrella Veracruz Pillow Cover (20″ square) are both available at Serena & Lily.
For a similar wicker coffee table, try Serena & Lily&#8\2\17;s Blithedale Coffee Table; \$\1,998.
Above: For a similar wicker coffee table, try Serena & Lily’s Blithedale Coffee Table; $1,998.
The yellow foldable chairs are vintage \1979 Masayuki Matsukaze for Kartell. They are currently available at Logohuman for €700 each.
Above: The yellow foldable chairs are vintage 1979 Masayuki Matsukaze for Kartell. They are currently available at Logohuman for €700 each.
For similar hanging planters, consider the 4-Piece Boho Macrame Plant Holder Set from Sage & Sill; currently on sale for \$43.95.
Above: For similar hanging planters, consider the 4-Piece Boho Macrame Plant Holder Set from Sage & Sill; currently on sale for $43.95.

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N.B.: This post, first published on Remodelista on July 6, 2021, has been updated with new products and prices.

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