Having taken the time during covid as many people did to renovate their homes and apartments, designer Maximilian Eicke, took the time to empty their entire apartment and begin from scratch with color and furniture, creating an oasis more befitting of the season and environment they were originally living in.
Due to supply chain shortages Maximilian focused only on what can be done with a fresh coat of paint and using items in their existing inventory creating a beautiful juxtaposition of old with new. Located in a three story townhouse in sag harbor.
"Back in 1994, antiques dealers Michael and Elfi Eicke, who’d had galleries in London and Düsseldorf, decided to spend their summers in Sag Harbor. They bought a house on Main Street which they filled with old-master paintings. Their son, Maximilian, now 31, eventually carved out his own little apartment in the Main Street building for privacy. His parents sold the cottage on Bay Street a few years ago and retired to Bali, where they live in a house Maximilian designed.
He has given the old digs of the family business a makeover as his home and office. “We used this time to reinvigorate the space,” he says. “Basically adding our twist of furniture to their collection mixed with mine.”