Now in its second season: The Eben House is the latest P-town property from the team behind Salt House and the Chequit in Shelter Island. Located in a restored 1776 brick Federal style house (and with additional rooms in two adjacent outbuildings), the guesthouse brings a note of glamour to a town once known for its edgy outsider-ishness.
Photography by Meredith Purdue of Map & Menu, unless otherwise noted.
Above: The entrance to the Eben House.
Above: A custom-painted headboard mural with a bull’s-eye mirror.
Above: A dining area has a round table surrounded by a quartet of Tucker Chairs in fog from Serena & Lily.
Above: A round natural fiber rug anchors the seating area; for something similar, consider Pottery Barn’s six-foot Round Jute Rug for $161 (currently on sale from $179).
Above: An Exto Extension Cord ($63.20 from Rejuvenation) serves as a bedside plug for electronics.
Above: A classic clawfoot bathtub, with Dip-Dyed Stool from Serena & Lily ($68) as toiletry stand.
Above L: Photograph via Eben House. Above R: Photograph via Map & Menu.
Above: A detail of the penny-round tile bathroom floor.
Above: The outdoor lounging porch. Photograph via Eben House.
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