Recently Curbed Hamptons editor Nick Leighton paid a visit to the Amagansett, N.Y., weekend house of fashion designer Nanette Lepore. Actually a barn that was moved to the site in the '70s, Lepore's home features a a wide variety of tastes: "It's a barn, so there's barnwood, it feels like a French country kitchen in the kitchen, and yet the rooms feel very modern," she explains. "I don't want to be beholden to one era or style, I love to mix it up." Lepore worked with longtime designer Jonathan Adler (who also did her Manhattan townhouse) on the space: "We decided to decorate this house a lot of things that we've had forever landed here, and they feel right at home." View the video after the jump.