Age is nothing but a number for a 1960s beach shack in Quogue, New York, with a fresh new look.
Photographer: Joseph De Leo, Stylist: Sean Mellyn</p><p>
The kitchen is now the heart of the home, boasting an efficient floor plan and bright blue walls. (“I love color,” says the wife. “You can take the girl out of Miami, but you can’t take Miami out of the girl.”) Sanders also elongated the breakfast area windows, amplifying light and views, and chose silvery gray cork tiles for the floor—economical and easy on the feet, and emanating a sheen similar to the glistening surface of the ocean in sunlight.