The second house on the tour was owned by bachelor winemaker Drew Neiman. Here are my favorites from that house. We loved the masculine home office designed by Erinn Valencich of West Hollywood.
Loved the french cushion on the daybed. We used this same application in the bunk area of our Tahoe Project.
Miyuki Yamaguchi did an amazing job on the downstairs bath in this home.This was a favorite of all three of us.
Love the use of the high and low. The gorgeous Circa sconces and a Wisteria Mirror. We used the same mirror in the master suite in Tahoe and we loved them!!
She relegated the same importance and attention to detail to every space
This is above the loo. Don’t you love it?
The upstairs master suite by Kerrie Kelly was also nicely done. It had a modern vibe but was still respectful of the space.
The Circa Mill Celing Pendant by Aerin was the icing on the cake. The linens didn’t shout and let the headboard be the star. Again details abound on the nightstand. No space underestimated.
There was a sitting area on the other end of the room, very nicely done, but not nearly as wonderful as the other side in my opinion.
The master bath by Leslie Kalish & Gayle Leksan made clever & stylish use of a tricky space
My absolute favorite room on the tour was the kitchen, butler’s pantry, and nook done by the Tahoe/Lafayette based Catherine Macfee and her daughter Justine. If you check out last year’s post here the kitchen they did was also a favorite. Again they respected the character of the house without being stodgy and dated.
I can’t think of one thing that I didn’t like about this kitchen, and the nook…genius. The large industrial pendant was to die for.
The butler’s pantry off the kitchen in one of my favorite shades of green
I love the Napa/Sonoma area so much. Steve and I used to travel there a lot when we still had a life (elder care sigh). The girls and I had a great time eating and shopping our way up the valley and in and around Sonoma. I will do a post on that once the holidays are over. I know everyone wants to bring on the holiday décor!
Do you have a favorite room on the tour? If so why? I would love to hear your spin!