The historic olive groves that surround the home, supposedly planted in the mid-19th century by famed founder of Sonoma, General Vallejo, greatly influenced the design of this home: to capitalize on and embrace the outdoors. Each room in this major remodel is oriented towards and opens up to the green surroundings.
The house that needs no walls ❖ Every room, including this open and airy kitchen, embraces the outdoors.
White paint, high ceilings and French doors brighten up the salvaged-wood table and vintage-inspired furnishings in this dining room. Entertain, Wine Country style.
Breezy spaciousness and mobile pieces for the true sun seeker.
A cozy living room connecting the kitchen to the outdoors.
Modern, sophisticated and practical.
Neutrals with a punch - a mix of textures - give this bedroom layers of interest
Fireplaces are not only functional, but decorative. A focal point for the room and a welcoming masterpiece in the home.
Stocked and ready for company.