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Southampton, NY, 11968
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America’s Original Source For Home Goods Bringing Our Best To You Since 1842!

Established in 1842 Hildreth’s is America’s first and the Hamptons largest in interior and exterior home furnishings and accessories.
Including the largest selection of indoor furniture Hildreth’s carries luxurious bedding, top of the line bath towels, spa essentials, housewares, candles and hostess gifts, table linens, baby cribs, children’s clothing, gifts and toys, area rugs, lamps & lamp shades and even sewing supplies.
With over 80,000 square feet in 3 convenient locations including East Hampton and Southampton Hildreth’s celebrates its 13th generation on the East End of Long Island and being in business since 1842.
Hildreth’s experienced sales staff, designers and decorators offer the best in customer service, the finest in quality products, all for an outstanding value…

Hildreth’s bringing our best to you since 1842.

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Established in 1842 Hildreth's Home Goods is America's oldest and the Hampton's Largest in interior and exterior home furnishings and accessories. You will find everything for any room in and around your house. In our Blog you can read about Home Decor & Design tips, and so much more. add your comments we would love to hear from you!

Filtering by Tag: burnt orange



Lets explore a sophisticated color palette featuring soft gray and ivory tones accented by bold punches of burnt orange and terracotta.


Dimension is achieved through fun patterns, such as the iron gate design, embossed crocodile and abstract spirograph as highlighted above.  Geometrics are proving hot as is highlighted by the bold circle and structured zig-zag patterns.


In more casual environments, we are seeing pops of colors added through the use of accent pillows and chairs, again keeping the foundation in a neutral tone, as shown above in a soft ivory coloration.  Hints of metallic are added throughout the room through nailhead on the ottomans, as well as the metal accents on the cocktail and lamp tables.


Finally, we see the last setting showcasing the use of terracotta in a fun geometric pattern on a mid-century modern chair while a bold orange is used as an accent on the door and pillows.  Keeping the walls ivory and adding metallic touches keeps the room feeling refined.