Napa Weekend House by Jim Jennings
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Napa Weekend House by Jim Jennings

Situated in the north-facing slope of the highest hill of Napa Valley, this weekend house is a steel-sheathed barn designed by architect Jim Jennings 15 years ago.

Designer Erin Martin had updated its interiors and terraces for the new owner, a couple who reside near San Francisco and spend weekends at the house with thier two children.

Architects: Jim Jennings Architecture
Location: Calistoga, California, USA
Photography: Marion Brenner

Napa Weekend House Swimming Pool by Jim Jennings 02

Napa Weekend House Outdoor fire by Erin Martin

Inspired by the property’s tranquil rural setting, the Jennings’s original building was a very straightforward but elegant rectangular house built by simple industrial materials—corrugated steel walls and steel decking— rendered it with clean, simple lines, balance, and symmetry, and blends with its natural landscape, neighboring vineyards and farms.

Weekend House Dark-Wood Panels Fireplace by Erin Martin

Surrounding by open countryside native trees and shrubs, the modern pool house opens up to its own secluded patio, Martin adds subtle palette of neutral colors for it.

Weekend House Kitchen by Erin Martin

Weekend House Dark-Wood Panels Bedroom by Erin Martin

Interiors: Erin Martin Design / Story via C Home


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