Architectural Digest called this Sonoma second home an “Eclectic California Ranch Inspired by Nature.” Indeed, nature is the star here; a feeling akin to living in a California plein air painting. Nature encouraged the choice of stone, the dining room table that was crafted from a tree fallen by lightning on the property, the cloud-like chandelier, ornithological wallpaper and even the Farrow & Ball paint palette that’s airy and light. Native American culture influenced the patterns and colors.
This house was not at all meant to feel perfect, more eclectic and lived in than weekended. But in its rustic imperfection, the owners found a perfect peace.