I can count with one hand the number of times Richard and I agree on something (we argued about the black out drapes for weeks). This is one of the decisions made in peace. It is sheer enough and with a very handmade quality.
Marking the location for the limestone frog fountain at the entrance so we can trench for water and electric. See orange circle on ground.
It was a long time before we found the place where the wind was just right and a longer time to get the balloon inflated to the right direction of the wind. But waking up at 5 am to see the Valley wake up to a glorious weekend was a fun thing to do to…
Meeting Jill & Robert in an Indian restaurant in San Francisco was serendipity. I believe, if not a year ago, because of many shared interests, our paths were bound to cross. Thank you for another amazing evening, dear friends. We always love a visit to your beautiful home.
Meeting creative Calistoga business owners is a lot of fun and especially so when chocolate is involved. Thank you Laura for meeting with us today and discussing how we could work together when we open. These are delectable confections we may be offering at turn down service. Believe me, it will be hard to turn…
Our St Helena blacksmith, Silver, did a marvelous interpretation on the front gates that he derived from my design of the iron balconies. Very happy with the final product and you can see Richard is proud !
Laying the European White Oak hardwood floor planks on the Mansard Roof Floor. The cork underlayment is an added layer for added insulation and sound proofing. While investigating the options on the direction of the planks in the landings where we have a marquetry center.
Here is the first (unfinished) installment for our glazing on the main entry doors. Progress is good.
Our PR team Fuller & Sander keeps upping the ante with our meeting venues. Today was at Minimashi at Coombs St in downtown Napa. The pictures tell all.