If you’re a wine expert, a foodie or even a landscape lover, it’s no surprise that Napa Valley is a must go place. With 6 main towns – Calistoga – famous for hot springs and mud baths, it’s the place to unwind and relax; St. Helena – a picturesque town with scores of shops, wineries, restaurants, and swanky hotels; Oakville & Rutherford – with some of the best Cabernet & Chardonnay wines in Napa Valley; Yountville – a food and wine lover’s dream that also boasts a lively culture and arts scene; Napa – find a vibrant nightlife and unexpected blend of urban activities; and American Canyon – a perfect home base or jump-off location for exploring Napa Valley – your most favourite activities are guaranteed. Today we reveal you a rare vintage treasure located in this picturesque region.
Marshall Watson Interiors was the responsible firm for this authentic vintage decor design. From the outside, aged wood and rusty pieces – like chairs and a chandelier – stand out and give you a true Napa Valley feeling right when you’re heading the house.
The interior perpetuates the nineteenth-century rich houses style with wooden structures on the ceilings, dark shaded decor and dark iron windows and chandeliers.
In the living area, you can detect some shades of blue that contrast with the house old vintage colours, making it lighter and updated.
Plates on the walls are another vintage characteristic, transporting us to the nineteenth century.
DelightFULL‘s Hanna Wall Lamp – The delicate forms of Hanna wall lamp will bring a smooth ambience to a room and give it a classic updated touch, whether your style is vintage or ultra contemporary. Its brass body is gently covered by a rose gold plated bath, while its aluminium lampshade is outlined by a rose gold plated & black finish.
The bedrooms are no exception to the house main style. Canopy beds are embellished with vintage bed linen and the rooms are filled with vintage upholstery and antique props – like old suitcases and books.
One bedroom showcases pink-hued details that, like the blue in the living area, update the bedroom style and make it lighter.
Photographer: David Duncan Livingston
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