Photography by Emily Andrews
Words by Shoko Wanger
Styling by Benjamin Reynaert
June 25, 2021
Courtesy of Sight Unseen cofounder Jill Singer.
This East Hampton Home Is an Ever-Evolving Mix
of IKEA and Design’s
In the main bedroom, the critters multiplied further, cavorting in the woods in a mural splashed across an entire wall. “It may not have been decorated exactly to our taste,” Singer says of the 2,500-square-foot space, “but it had nice bones, a great layout, and beautiful light. As soon as we walked in, I knew I didn’t need to see any other places.”
The couple, who divide their time between East Hampton and Greenpoint, Brooklyn, first grew attached to the area after spending several summers sharing rentals with friends in nearby Montauk. When they welcomed son Jonah, now 9, they began the search for a house of their own, prioritizing a location within walking distance of the beach.
In 2013, when Jill Singer and her husband, Brad Schneider, toured their East Hampton, New York, vacation home for the first time, they noticed the knobs on the kitchen cabinets
were shaped like tiny rabbits. Then the animal appeared
again, mid-leap, in the cream-colored ceramic tile in the living room fireplace. A stone bunny sat perched at the bottom of