The main bedroom is a canvas of browns, neutrals, and sand colors, with splashes of coral here and there. Miller had the traditional bed and the side tables repainted. In the baby’s room, colors become more vivid: green, burnt orange, and spots of blue in the Drexel Heritage bedside tables. “I was trying to create a space that was beautiful and conducive to having guests stay there. We wanted a nursery but also wanted it ‘upscale and beautiful’ and a space that baby can grow into rather than grow out of,” Miller says.
The bathroom, located off the main bedroom is an impression of creamy neutrals. “We didn’t want to use any color,” Miller says. The fixtures, artful shapes by Brizo, are Miller’s favorite. “I love the movement in them,” she says. The floor, pebbles set in grout, continues the seaside mood. The concrete counters and sink, molded in one piece, and the rough-textured limestone walls in the shower, give a modern touch.
The perfectly appointed suite is ready for Miller, her sister Courtney Mack, or any of the Sokoloves’ other guests. Miller expects to squeeze in a trip to the Cape next summer, baby and husband in tow, and stay, naturally, in the suite. With two businesses and her new family, Miller doesn’t have a lot of downtime, but no worries. “It’s all a passion for me: baby, work, all of it,” she says. “Pile it on!”