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Windsor - Room in a Box

The Music Room

Photo by Justin Coit

We recently wrote about redecorating GP’s Music Room in Amagansett with Windsor Smith’s genius online design service, Room In A Box. After hearing from goop readers and Windsor Smith fans that they wanted to buy many of the items in the room, Windsor and her team made it possible to do just that. Meet Windsor’s Room In A Flash service, where they’ve recreated the space, from the lavender side chairs to the lilac backgammon set—and made it all shoppable for you right here, right now.

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Please note: Room In a Flash and the items in this section are only available for purchase in the US.

The Games Room

Shades of grey, lavender, and white dominate the array, lending the entire room a wonderfully serene vibe.

Lamp

The subtle grey/lavender shade keeps this Serge Mouille-inspired fixture within the palette.

Jacks Table

Windsor added a marble top to this Jack table from Arteriors.

Record Table

The Mod Table with brass tipped feet is designed to hold a turntable on top and a vinyl collection below.

The Games Room

Violet playing cards and dominoes come in custom transparent cases while delicate glass decanters and a hand painted, gold-tipped horn complete the scene.

The Games Room

The bar features hand lacquered wall art in lavender.

Games Table

A custom-designed backgammon table offers leather details and amethyst playing pieces.

Chair Hex

Featuring a luxurious brass pull detail on the back, this lavender linen upholstered chair with lacquered white legs upgrades the space.

The Games Room

A sleek acrylic coffee table in milky white lends a sense of weightlessness to the seating area.

Coffee Table

Windsor designed this acrylic “Cloud” table to effectively float in the space.

The Games Room

A few simple accessories elevate the whole room.

Accessories

Photography by Michael Wells.

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