The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

This grand living space is part of a traditional and refined Hamptons residence. Here, cultural influences are mixed with contemporary form and color. Custom high–back wing chairs, a 16–foot round silk and wool area rug, silk chandelier and magenta grass cloth walls add drama to the traditional setting. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

This "petite salon" is an intimate space to unwind during all seasons. Walls are hand painted to mimic silk wall covering and a custom media cabinet was built with an integrated hydraulic television lift to showcase artwork when the TV is not in use. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

To retain this billiard room's charm, all existing cabinetry, including the unique cue stick holder, was restored. The mahogany wood paneling with ivory lacquer inserts and the iridescent ochre grass-cloth paper above it create drama. An Iron X–frame chandelier with resin shades offers contemporary balance. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

A contemporary twist on the traditional formal dining experience. Velvet and metallic damask wallpaper is accented with turquoise Murano glass chandeliers and turquoise–lined silk draperies. Benches, dining chairs and host/hostess wing chairs add interest while antique Chinese serving buffets add warmth. Custom dining table. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

This is a real cook's kitchen – fully equipped to handle elaborate preparations. Custom white cabinetry stores every essential while the chocolate walnut island can be used for prep or casual serving. Complementary backsplashes (a Murano glass and a stone and rose gold mosaic) add interest and sparkle. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

Here's how to dine casually in a luxurious kitchen. Barstools are upholstered with indoor/outdoor fabric for easy maintenance and the exquisite marble island countertop is easily wiped. A Turbo Chef double wall oven, full stove and island cook top with hydraulic vent make casual cooking easy. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

This butler's pantry is as beautiful as it is functional. Custom cabinetry matches the kitchen and offers an eye–pleasing contrast against a white backsplash. Equipped with a full–sized wine refrigerator and built–in coffee machine, dishwasher and water filtration system. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

This powder room is made grand with a custom ebony Makassar cabinet and surface–mounted platinum blown–glass sink. Chihuly–inspired pendant chandelier adds drama while Italian wallpaper above the restored wainscoting offers warmth. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

Each window in this master bedroom is equipped with blackout shades to block out bright morning sun. The octagonal sitting room features a chaise lounge for two to sit and read. White mother–of–pearl nightstands and silver table lamps pull from the silver accents of the hand–block–printed paper on the walls. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

Begin and end each day in pampered luxury. Here, a deep bathtub sits below a sun or moonlit window. White porcelain floral sconces and tile–framed mirror are flanked by custom storage cabinets. The white travertine countertop, repeated on the floor, unifies the space… and the mood. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

White travertine floors and Italian white–glass bamboo wall tile create a serene spa–like environment for this master bathroom. The shower has a fully integrated steam shower with linear drain and white onyx detail. Sauna built for two with integrated television. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

Guests are pampered with a solid bamboo 4–poster bed. Bamboo nightstands mixed with vintage Chinese pieces soften the space and add warmth. The walls are a combination of natural textured grass cloth and patterned red–lacquered paper. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

Clean lines and neutral colors create serenity in this bathroom. Hand–selected agate tiles, designed to look as though they were cascading down the wall, add interest while respecting the simplicity of the space. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

A guest bedroom designed with a neutral scheme and twin beds accommodates any variety of guests – from friends and children to grandparents. Custom upholstered headboards and black and white bedding adds tailored geometry; pillows and drapes add color. Organic woven black–and–white grass–cloth wall covering. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

The centerpiece of this luxurious guestroom suite is a latticed–headboard platform bed, flanked by leather–top nightstands and crystal lamps. A pastel, lively printed wallpaper offers pleasing contrast against dark chocolate furniture. Window draperies contrast soft natural silks with heavy velvets. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

Floor–to–ceiling white glass tile, custom mirrors, glass mosaic shower wall and contemporary pedestal sinks update this Westhampton Beach guest bathroom. The Palisandro Bluette marble floor creates contrast and luxury. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

This screened–in porch combines practicality and visual harmony with resin dining chairs, wicker and glass–top dining table, and steel/glass hurricane lamps. Floors are a durable olive stone while the ceiling is painted ice blue to deter bugs from nesting. An elegant setting for a summer dinner party. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

This outdoor kitchen boasts solid teak cabinetry, river stone hardware, and glass backsplash – all perfect for an outdoor setting. Sink, fridge and stove keep the owners from having to run to the house while entertaining or just relaxing poolside. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

This outdoor poolside changing room is convenient for guests and keeps wet swimsuits (and feet) out of the house. Floor–to–ceiling solid teak paneling with river rock towel hooks, inlaid mirror and floating teak changing bench. Floor is an indoor/outdoor porcelain tile. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.