A brand new Sag Harbor guesthouse holds its own against the Village’s legendary historic treasures. “They are young, hip and open to new ideas,” says Maag. “They didn’t want a lot of stuff, so we tried to keep the decor pared down and lean, which means that every piece has to to be able to stand on its own.”
Her homes are knockouts. You’ve seen her beautiful work in magazines and all around the web. Her unique personal style is equally as seducing! She is a premier Interior Designer to the “Sag Harbor" celebrity and transforms their homes to the level of fantasy. You know the ones! She's making that small town aura her own in a very big way. This stunning Texas native has been mixing and matching, fussing and fluffing with her incredible eye for decades now.
Like a lot of designers, Texas native Sydney Maag has been focusing with furnishings since she was a young kid. "I was always moving the furniture around and changing the rooms in our house," she says. "Even at nine years old, I was constantly thinking about space, materials, finishes, and how to make a room look better."
Living and working in a large city has much to recommend it, but as any city dweller will tell you, things tend to be done at a fast pace and after a while, it can all become rather exhausting.
Forty years after its release, The Graduate continues to seduce. Channeling its Hollywood Regency-meets-'60s aura, we reinterpret Mrs. Robinson's lavish lair as a naughty-but-nice enclosed patio, sexed up with luxe accents and animal prints—perfect for a present-day tryst (with a lemon twist).