A modern take on a renovated barn fits right in with the rugged landscape of Sonoma using indigenous materials from the surrounding landscape. The floor to ceiling fireplace made of local stone is the focal point of the living room.
Natural materials and a neutral color story allow the interiors to take in the beauty of the outdoors.
Stainless steel appliances in the kitchen are softened by wire-brushed oak cabinetry. A contemporary island constructed of Pietra Grigia granite and steel complements the clean lines of the Holly Hunt barstools.
Cedar paneling reflects the oak trees on the property and brings a bit of the outdoors in.
The use of steel is carried throughout the house, here as a base for the marble top vanities. Acid stained concrete floors add depth to an all white master bath.
An angular deep soaking tub continues with the home’s theme of clean, sculptural lines.
Oak shelving backed with mirrors and concrete floors paired with paneled walls add a level of interest to the guest bath.
Steel is repeated in a custom made table base topped with a slab of wood in the outdoor covered dining area.
An outdoor shower made of local stone.
Oak trees frame and shade one of the numerous sitting areas on the property.