An Interior Filled With Natural Earth Tones Gives This Home A Connection To Nature

January 10, 2021
A contemporary bungalow with an interior filled with earth tones.

Duravit USA has collaborated with New York-based interior design firm, Studio Robert McKinley, to complete ‘Etna’, a seaside bungalow in Montauk, New York.

The 1,490 square-foot property has been designed for relaxation, as it’s also available to rent. The Duravit partnership included the outfitting of the three ‘Etna’ bathrooms.

Let’s take a look around the house…

The Exterior

The facade of the home features a dark gray exterior with black window frames and wood accents. Planters on the roof assist in blending the bungalow into the landscape.

The facade of this home features a dark gray exterior with black window frames and wood accents.
Photography by Read McKendree
Planters on the roof assist in blending this contemporary bungalow into the landscape.
Photography by Read McKendree

The Living Spaces

The interior of the house features earth tones that create a raw, natural, and casual aesthetic.

The interior of this bungalow features earth tones that create a raw, natural, and casual aesthetic.
Photography by Nicole Frazen
The interior of this bungalow features earth tones that create a raw, natural, and casual aesthetic.
Photography by Read McKendree

The Kitchen

In the kitchen, wood cabinetry is combined with a grey countertop and plants for a contemporary appearance.

In the kitchen, wood cabinetry is combined with a grey countertop and plants for a contemporary appearance.
Photography by Nicole Frazen

The Bedrooms

The earth tones from the living room carry through to the bedrooms, where wood furniture and woven window coverings complete the natural look.

A contemporary bedroom with wood furniture and woven window coverings.
Photography by Read McKendree
A wood dresser with woven window coverings.
Photography by Read McKendree
A contemporary bedroom with earth tones.
Photography by Nicole Frazen
A contemporary white bedroom with earth tones.
Photography by Nicole Frazen
A contemporary white bedroom with earth tones.
Photography by Read McKendree
A contemporary white bedroom with earth tones.
Photography by Read McKendree
A contemporary white bedroom with earth tones and woven window coverings.
Photography by Nicole Frazen
A window seat with storage and woven window coverings.
Photography by Nicole Frazen
A day bed surrounded by windows.
Photography by Nicole Frazen

The Bathrooms

The bungalow has multiple bathrooms, one with green tiles, another with earth tones, and the third with bright white, however they all have gold hardware in common.

A contemporary bathroom with green tiles and gold accents.
Photography by Nicole Frazen
A contemporary bathroom with green tiles and gold accents.
Photography by Read McKendree
A contemporary shower with green tiles and gold hardware.
Photography by Read McKendree
A green tiled shower niche.
Photography by Read McKendree
A bathroom with natural tones, a white vanity, woven light shades, and gold hardware.
Photography by Read McKendree
A shower with earth tone brown tiles, a shelving niche, and gold hardware.
Photography by Read McKendree
A white bathroom with gold hardware.
Photography by Nicole Frazen
A white bathroom with gold hardware.
Photography by Read McKendree