Romantic House...Romantic Kitchen
Interior designer Erin Martin makes a sentiment in the slopes of Napa Valley, California
Architect Wayne Leong based the design of this Napa Valley guesthouse on country Provence structures. The loggia's stone segments were developed with stones exhumed from the site. The 10-foot-long seventeenth century table is solid metal and slate. Antique French containers are from Vintage Home. The iron light fixture is from Formations.
The glades and moving slopes of St. Helena, California, saw from the kitchen.
Architecture and connected adornment contrive to make the kitchen cheerful and a touch showy. Craftsman Michael Duté's blue and white design brings dividers and even the barrel-vaulted roof to life. A farmhouse sink and marble counters keep to the provincial, crude nature of the building. A Sub-Zero cabinet fridge implies the main clear machine is the stove. Casement windows and entryways throw open, introduce breezes and light.
Michael Duté spruced up the Vent-A-Hood extend hood with a cartouche of a scene and deer.
Above ledges and stove, the backsplash is clad in blue and white French tile from Country Floors. Nearly everything else in the kitchen is white—Martin's most loved shading. The counters are Calacatta marble. The pitcher and egg bowl are Astier de Villatte through Sue Fisher King. Graduated white canisters originated from The Cellar at Macy's.
Romantic: Dining Room
Large-scale collectibles confront the dining room's substantial stone dividers. The box was found in France. The French wood-and-iron light fixture made out of antique parts originated from Antique and Art Exchange. The nineteenth century Spanish walnut dining table is from Habité. Anna dining seats from the Taylor Scott gathering wear Serment D'Aimer, a Nobilis toile. An Italian neoclassical gold-leaf reflect hangs over a mid nineteenth century Catalan trunk.
Martin trusts it's vital to give visitors a place to set up their PCs, write in their diaries, or scrawl their postcards. Here, toward the side of a visitor bedroom, she utilized a Spanish composition table with a Spanish Colonial seat, both from Dos Gallos. The work area reflect is an eighteenth century Baroque mirror from Candace Barnes Antiques. The light blue French armoire is from the homeowner's collection.
Romantic: Living Room
In the living room, designer Erin Martin addressed the homeowner's desire for French style with French, Italian, and Spanish collectibles, blending them with fresh new upholstered pieces. A couple of sixteenth century Italian spiraling giltwood segments were mounted as lights and lay on a painted homestead table from Martin, the designer's shop in St. Helena, California. Three surrounded eighteenth century French fencing inscriptions are from Epoca. Martin upholstered Summer Hill's Hyannis couch in Provence Hay, a Dintiman Design Associates hand-painted material. "It's a decent method to carry design into the room without it being overwhelming," Martin says. The nineteenth century reflected best French end table is from Garden Court Antiques. Summer Hill's Manhattan seats wear a strong cream cloth by Dintiman Design Associates, alongside nailhead trim. To one side of the chimney are two antique Venetian entryways that overlap open to uncover a television.
Martin found the hand-sewed French needlepoint headboard at a bug showcase in France, and utilized it to give history and singularity to a recently acquired Branwen shade bed from Ironies. "Nobody else will have that bed now." Louis XVI– style painted consoles from Drum and Co. fill in as bedside tables. The Scudo Saraceno pendant light in a great Venetian design is from Sue Fisher King. At the foot of the bed, Dennis and Leen's Lancaster settee wears a Samuel and Sons cloth in Northern blue.
To invoke the look of Provence, Wayne Leong utilized neighborhood quarried dark stone, recovered rooftop tiles from Bordeaux, France, and stucco dividers with indispensable color.
Under sconces from Habité, an antique marble twofold sink adds age and weight to a visitor bathroom.
Leong thought about the outdoor living rooms as imperative as the indoor ones. Neighboring the indoor kitchen is an outdoor one with an apiary molded stone pizza stove Leong designed to bring out Provence's Mesolithic stockpiling structures and asylums. "The vents for pizza stoves have a tendency to be in front, and on the off chance that you don't try to influence these broilers to look fascinating, they wind up looking like pooch houses on steroids with a smokestack on the front," Leong says. "In any case, by heaping the stones high, we could run the vent out the center."
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