Inspired by the organic beauty of Napa Valley, Kimberley Harrison Interiors presents two serene rooms that meld modern and natural elements for a whimsical take on wine country style. Trove wallpaper provides a pop of color while Crossville tile compliments with a soothing spa feel. The back hall showcases Jennifer Brandon artwork featured at Simon Breitbard and a custom table by Heirloom Designs.
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The Trove wallpaper offers a hint of that organic feel that is the Napa Valley but those flowers pop off the paper and offer just the right amount of bold pattern and color for a showhouse. The custom roman shade is made of a JAB Anstoetz fabric. The fabric was so delicate and reminded me of little petals and it compliments the wallpaper floral pattern nicely without competing with it and provides a soft texture next to the natural wood floor. The Arteriors Hanley glass flush mount light fixture added just a hint of glamour which I felt the floral wallpaper needed while still presenting an edge with the cut of the glass as opposed to being too feminine.
The vanity wall is tiled from floor to ceiling in a white glass tile from Crossville to add a modern contrast yet still remain subtle. The quartz was selected for it’s simplicity and timeless feel. The mirror has an organic feel with the metal rippling around the glass moving in and out in a wave pattern. I like the edgy metal fringe chandeliers for a hint of movement.
The vanity is designed to be simple, clean and timeless so the wallpaper stands out. The square vessel sink has a more modern vibe to it and the homeowner relocate from LA to Napa so appropriate. The Madegoods ceramic head with the succulent adds that perfect touch of whimsy!
The hall is meant to be fresh and modern yet stay true to the Napa organic feel. I custom designed the wall-mounted table. The live edge and one curved leg in a bleached wood, feels both modern and in tune with nature. I love the Artwork by Simon Breitbard (artist Jennifer Brandon) because the black and white simplicity of her photography in this piece is again, both modern and simple.