Saturday, September 22, 2012

Winery Guest House

In the Hourglass vineyards in the Napa Valley, an old farmhouse oh the 1850's has been preserved by the owners in a very "gently" way. The interior of the house (both walls and floor) has been painted totally in white, helping it to be extremely bright. The decoration is as simple as a house in the countryside needs to be, mixing a lot of handcrafted pieces, with thrifty-shop finds and a lot of old furniture that was in the garage of the owners for ages!
I like the wood paneled walls of the living room and the dining (pictures 4 & 5), the stripped black & white rugs (pictures 4 & 5), the tolix chairs (picture 5), the bench in the master bedroom covered with the colorful strip rug (picture 6), the sheepskin throw and the rustic grainsack pillow which ornate the wrought-iron bed (picture 7) and finally the glass vases foul of hydrangeas in almost every room of the house.

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