Continuing with my latest project, the smaller of the two units on the wine country property is a cozy, charming space, perfect for a couple or a small family.
The kitchen is packed with charm with green cabinets, stone floors and countertops.
The antique pine farm table, found at a consignment store in San Francisco fits perfectly in the eat-in kitchen.
The chairs are sourced from Joss & Main, and TJ Maxx--all matching perfectly!
A peak through the half wall from the kitchen, reveals a rather large living room.
I love the brown wool menswear Williams-Sonoma sofa, a fabulous consignment store find!
The coffee table is from World Market, the end tables are from Joss & Main.
But the marquis light above the sofa is the focal point in the room, found at the Alameda Antiques Faire and handmade by Scott Coppersmith Designs.
It was a splurge and worth every penny!
I was so lucky to find these two brown plaid Crate and Barrel chairs from yet another consignment store!
The antique kilim rug is on loan from yours truly!
I found the rust iron queen bed at a local mattress store.
All the beds and mattresses in the house are new.
The rug is a remnant I had surged, and the bedding is a combination of Ralph Lauren and Target--all "red tagged" for deep discount.
The bathroom across the hall is quite handsome.
I have to say, the previous owners did a nice job remodeling the homes.
I think they were DIYers, so luckily there isn't a lot to do.
The second bedroom has a weird layout, making it impossible for another queen bed, so I furnished it with two twins.
I envisioned this room for children, but adults would also be quite comfortable.
Linen "Cute As A Button" beds are from World Market, bedding is from Ikea.
I hope to find a dresser for the master bedroom, another nightstand, lamps, more artwork and accessories still.
Once both units are completely furnished and outfitted for guests, there will be an official photoshoot.
Plans are in place for a website and brochure to be distributed to local wineries.
So, what do you think so far?