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Steal This Look: Suzanne Shaker on Shelter Island

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Steal This Look: Suzanne Shaker on Shelter Island

September 22, 2009

Yesterday’s Architect Visit: Deborah Berke and Suzanne Shaker on Shelter Island prompted us to round up some of Shaker’s favorite sources; to contact her directly, go to Suzanne Shaker.

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Above:”I’ve been collecting pottery by New York ceramicist Joan Platt for years,” Shaker says. The Fish Platter is $300 at the Signature Shop and Gallery. Photo by Susie Chushner.

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Above: Other favorite potters include Christiane Perrochon (her work is shown in the above two photos), Steve Stewart Ceramics, and New York ceramicist Eric Hollander.

Noguchi  20  Two  20  Lights

“Noguchi lamps are my favorite lighting; they add a soft glow to a room that is so beautiful to live with,” Shaker says. “I have mine on dimmers.” The Noguchi Table Lamp Model 3A (above L) is $375; and the Noguchi Ceiling Lamp (above R) is $170 for the 20-by-10-inch size; both at the Noguchi Museum Shop.

Sugatsune  20  AG  20  Satin  20  Nickel  20  Pull

Above: Sugatsune SN Cabinet Pull; available in different sizes starting at $5.76 at the Hardware Hut.

Chicago  20  Deck  20  Mounted  20  Faucet  20  2gray  20  soapstone  20  countertop  20  sample

Above L: Shaker used a Chicago Deck-Mounted Faucet with Porcelain Handles. Above R: Countertops of Vermont Soapstone.

Bodum  20  Osiris  20  Teakettle

Above: Bodum Osiris Tea Kettle; $69.95 at Amazon.

Peconic  20  Bay  20  Nautical  20  Chart

Above: Shaker framed a nautical chart of Peconic Bay from New York Nautical on Duane Street in Tribeca (“It’s amazing how often we refer to it,” she says. “It’s both decorative and functional”).

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Above: A group of Shaker’s friends commissioned the custom teak table from Deborah Berke Architects as a housewarming gift. The Noguchi Floor Lamp Model UF4-L9, shown in the above photo, is $850 at the Noguchi Museum Store.

Lake  20  Credenza  20  Montage

Above: The Lake Credenza from BDDW is made of American walnut with a white lacquered top.

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Above: The Square Guest Chair is made from black walnut and mulled leather from BDDW (“It’s the perfect dining chair,” Shaker says. “It’s beautiful and comfortable”).

Benjamin  20  Moore  20  Winter  20  White

Above: Shaker used Benjamin Moore Winter White in the interiors.

Benjamin  20  Moore  20  Wickham  20  Gray

Above: Baths are painted Benjamin Moore Wickham Gray.

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Above: In the guest room, Shaker used Benjamin Moore Titanium.

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Above L: Iron Butterfly Chair with Natural Canvas Seat Cover; $218 at Circa 50. Above R: Pawley’s Island Cotton Rope Hammock; $97.95 at the Original Hammock Shop.

White  20  Canvas  20  Directors  20  Chair

Above: Director’s Chair Frame; $39 at Amazon, with Natural Canvas Seat and Back; $9 at Amazon.

Area  20  White  20  Sheets

Above: Shaker favors bedding from New York–based Area, founded by Swedish-born Anki Spets, who aims to continue “the Scandinavian tradition of good design for everyday.” The 100 percent organic cotton Pleat Linens are available at Design Public; prices start at $70 for a pair of pillowcases.

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