Lilielle Bucks has the kind of effortless glamour you'd expect from a tall blond Swede who grew up summering on the Côte d’Azur and whose parents counted royalty and famous artists among their friends. But what’s more remarkable is how warm and unpretentious she is.
The same can be said for the 800-square-foot cedar-shingled cottage she and her husband, David, a banking consultant, bought a year and a half ago. Though well located, the home had languished on the market for years due to its poor condition, as well as the lack of vision that most potential buyers had for such a small space. In just six weeks, however, Bucks took the nondescript 1920s cottage to its present bright and airy state, bringing a bit of Scandinavian chic to Sag Harbor’s historic district. Read the rest of the article on HC&G (Hamptons Cottages & Gardens)178