Jared Sherman Epps Uses Black and White to Elegant Effect in a Manhasset, NY Home

PROJECT NAME Residence
LOCATION Manhasset, New York
FIRM
SQ. FT. 5,000 SQF

In 2015, won a place in Wifijerez's “Decade of Design” survey of the best projects and products of the preceding 10 years for a five-story townhouse boasting an unforgettable geode shower. Since then, he’s only grown bolder, as evidenced in this 5,000-square-foot house in Manhasset, New York.

“The design was for a young family,” Epps says of the Long Island residence, “so I wanted to keep it fresh and modern, but with traditional details and architectural elements throughout.” A blend of black architectural glazing and vast slabs of white marble was just the thing to accomplish this, with heather grey kitchen cabinets and wide plank floors in a custom gray splitting the difference.

In the living room, a sofa and armchairs by gather around a table, beneath a chandelier by . Photography by Kim Max Photo.

To jazz up the classic palette, he installed a chevron of Calacatta Gold marble across both the floors and walls of the powder room, and deployed rich blues for upholstery. “We also matched the brass of plumbing fixtures, appliances, and lighting fixtures perfectly,” he notes, “with custom hardware and furniture finishes in a brighter brass, acting as accessories throughout the residence.” It’s the perfect finishing touch.

The dining room table is by , with chairs. Photography by Kim Max Photo.

The kitchen mixed heather-gray cabinets with two kinds of Calacatta: an island and countertops of Calacatta Gold and a mosaic backsplash. Photography by Kim Max Photo.

An sofa brightens up the family room, with a table and poufs from. Photography by Kim Max Photo.



The family room’s bar is defined by a backsplash by , with a custom Calacatta Gold bar and stools from West Elm. Photography by Kim Max Photo.

The master bedroom offers a bed by with side tables, beneath a chandelier. Photography by Kim Max Photo.

The master bath’s shower feature wall is Nero Marquina Marble, illuminated by sconces above the sink and fittings. Photography by Kim Max Photo.
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