Step Inside Some of the Most Stunning Homes in California Wine Country
A new book by Heather Sandy Hebert and Chase Reynolds Ewald features nearly 20 homes that embody innovative architecture and design.
A woodland Sonoma farmhouse bordered by grapevines. A rustic Calistoga estate draped in native Napa Syar stone. A Napa Valley weekend home featuring the “greatest hits” of famed architect Hugh Newell Jacobsen. These are just a few of the homes featured in At Home the Wine Country: Architecture & Design in the California Vineyards, a new book by Heather Sandy Hebert and Chase Reynolds Ewald.
An apt addition to your coffee table, this 240-page hardcover features nearly 20 homes and a handful of additional buildings that embody the innovative architecture and design across California wine country. The region has “come to be defined by its lifestyle as much as its wines” in recent decades, the authors write, with an ethos that is marked by the indoor-outdoor experience. “Today’s homes seamlessly integrate the region’s sublime scenery and climate with its cuisine.”
Take a peek inside a few of these immaculate homes, which range from contemporary to agrarian.
Excerpt from At Home in the Wine Country by Heather Sandy Hebert and Chase Reynold Ewald. Reprinted by permission of Gibbs Smith Books.
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