home of Aerin Lauder
and this room too
The gardens that surround Aerin Lauder Zinterhofer’s Greek Revival home in East Hampton, New York, are in full bloom. “We plant white flowers . . . roses, peonies, hydrangeas,” she says. “It’s such a luxury to have fresh-cut flowers from the garden around the house.” Lauder’s weekend place, which she inherited a decade ago from her legendary grandmother Estée Lauder, founder of the beauty company where Aerin serves as senior vice president and creative director, features bouquets in several rooms, and many of those rooms remain exactly as her grandmother left them.
“Estée worked with Mark Hampton, and she always had amazing taste,” says Lauder, walking through a living room filled with her grandmother’s blue-and-white Chinese porcelain. That color combination appears again, vividly, in what was Estée’s bedroom and another guest room, in fabrics used for curtains, bedding, upholstery, and even on the walls. “My grandmother loved blue and white,” Lauder adds. “You can see it in everything, from the way she decorated to her Porthault linens to the packaging of her perfume and cosmetics.”
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