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  • Interior Designer Kerri Pilchik recently included Weezie in her designs for the Hamptons Designer Showhouse. The results? A pattern lover's paradise. Keep reading to see the space and shop the designer's picks.

    Hi Kerri! Tell us about your journey to interior design.

    Interior design has been a passion since I was a young girl, but I took a slight detour to law school and practiced environmental law for 14 years before deciding to switch careers. You only live once, and I wanted to wake up everyday excited to go to work! So I went back to design school and started a business at the same time. I will say, my law background has been invaluable when it comes to client service, organization and attention to detail.

    You recently worked on a killer bathroom for the Hamptons Designer Showhouse and included some special Weezie pieces. Can you give us a glimpse into the process of bringing this beautiful space together?

    I chose this bedroom and bathroom suite because I wanted to design a custom shower curtain, and it was the only bathroom with a tub! I knew that I wanted to use the traditional method of the same print for the wallpaper and fabric to create an enveloping atmosphere, but with a non-traditional print. I fell in love with the wallpaper from Abnormals Anonymous for its color, scale and interesting motif. Luckily, they were just about to start a fabric line and agreed to print it at the same scale for me. I decided to design the cornice to follow the lines of the pattern for further emphasis. The inspiration for the en suite bathroom was an English bed and breakfast, so I wanted to include all of the details you would find in a luxurious boutique hotel. Weezie Towels are so fluffy and soft, and the monograms, piping and embroidery colors are really special. I knew they would be the perfect finishing touch.

    Your style in a few words...

    My style is layered but uncluttered, sophisticated but approachable, elegant and effortless. I believe that color makes a room come alive, and I love to mix patterns in a fresh and unique way.

    Your forever inspo...

    I believe that spaces should feel happy and reflect the best version of the client. Classic spaces are always a point of reference. For example, I just visited Versailles, and the bedroom in the Petit Trianon is timeless — the clean lines, pretty palette and floral fabrics could be used in a bedroom today!

    Sourcing:

    The cheat sheet:

    Kerri added Tybee embroidery in our Lilac thread to her towels. Lilac thread is no longer available, but we love Navy piping with Light Blue thread for a similar look. 

    Quickfire:

    What are you reading?

    Ashley Whittaker’s new book, The Well-Loved House

    Who are you following?

    Lately I am following a lot of table top sources and antiques dealers like @getthegusto, @shoptheavenue, @carolinairving_and_daughters, @juliaamory, and @mrpsplacecards

    What’s next? 

    I am beginning several fun projects, including combining two apartments and decorating the resulting five-bedroom apartment in New York. We’re also working on a kitchen and bath renovation in Ridgewood, New Jersey, and decorating a home in Quogue, New York that’s going to include a custom bunk room. I just hired a design coordinator to help me keep track of it all, and I can see myself hiring an additional person if all goes well. I don’t envision my firm becoming too much bigger because I like to be intimately involved with all aspects of a project, but hey, you never know!

    Recent interiors splurge?

    While at High Point market in October, I splurged on a brass striker box from 1870 that I’m hoping a client will love!

    Recent interiors steal? 

    I just got back from a trip to Paris and went to the flea markets for the first time. I could have spent an entire week there! I bought two French opaline vases for 100 euro. I thought that was a pretty good buy!

    Thank you, Kerri! This gorgeous space was a part of the Hamptons Designer Showhouse. All photographs included are courtesy of the photographer, Jacob Snavely.