Wednesday, February 06, 2019

Architecture Wednesday: Wine Country Farmhouse Cabin


I love wine. I love a pretty house. I love a pretty house in wine country.

This home, located in St. Helena, in California’s wine country is perfect for me; rustic, sleek, stylish. Originally the home was built as a guesthouse to the main building—which begs the question, how fabulous is the main house?—but once the owners saw the finished product, this became the main residence for their stays in California.

The home is just 1,200 square feet but feels much more spacious thanks to the site and the views from the home and the ample porches. Inside, high ceilings adds to the feeling of spaciousness, with 24-foot vaulted ceilings in the main room supported by roughhewn wooden pillars and a simple, clean decor scheme that sticks to woodsy, neutral tones of reclaimed wood walls, and ceilings and naturally colored concrete floors.

As if the inside isn’t appealing enough, there is the wrap-around veranda with several seating areas to sit and sip and relax.

Like I said, wine country cabin. I’m sold.


6 comments:

the dogs' mother said...

Loverly. For 30 years ago.
Wonder if there is a bathroom upstairs... :-)

mistress maddie said...

This is one of my favorites in awhile. I like the size. But what sells me is all the different textures in the house...but that kitchen sold me on the whole thing. Rustic, chic, and warm.

Sixpence Notthewiser said...

That fireplace, those high ceilings! Love!

Deedles said...

Love me a good wrap around veranda! I like this one.

Moving with Mitchell said...

Maddie covered it all for me!

Jp said...

Love the separation in the kitchen. The use of wood is striking without being overpowering. Good choice!
JP