In a time when most people are pulling their duvet covers over their heads, interior designer Katie Leede is inspiring us with a different approach. She’s rolling out antique carpets, dusting off Italian lamps, and opening the doors to her new shop in the iconic village of Sag Harbor on New York’s tony East End of Long Island.
A visual spectacle, Katie Leede & Company is impeccably sourced with a mélange of comfortable, colorful, and unique objects from around the world—Persia, Turkey, Italy, England, Morocco, France, India, Cartagena, and the U.S., to name just a few.
Katie has a very gutsy way of putting a space together and we couldn’t be more excited to stretch our legs here and take in her story. Be it “safely” in person or over a Zoom call, Katie works with all comfort levels.
We met up with her virtually to learn more about her latest endeavor and what else she’s up to these days.
Leede in front of her new shop at 23 Washington Street in Sag Harbor, New York.