Well, summer has begun! It has been a crazy week with end of school activities, picnics, parties … you know the drill. But before too much time passes I wanted to continue my Napa Valley Series … there was just too much design inspiration on this trip not to share!
Next up, Hotel Yountville, where we stayed for 3 fabulous nights after our first night in San Francisco. I had a feeling I would love the design based on their website but I was excited to see it in person.
We were greeted at the entrance to the lobby by bicycles … free to guests for zipping around the cute little village of Yountville … a very nice touch.
Inside, the lobby was beautiful … a perfect example of rustic elegance. Rustic vault truss ceilings with sleek and sophisticated furniture and little bit of sparkle.
I loved these lamps. (Yes I was the only weird person taking pictures of lamps in the lobby.) And notice my favorite fiddle leaf fig in the background!
I love the soft neutral palate with a few pops of green.
And this look continued in the guest rooms. Wide plank wood floors and a sliding barn door as entrance to bathroom … swoon!
Simple white subway tile in a chevron pattern and natural stone floors gave it a bright yet cozy feel.
And in the bedroom area … the same gorgeous ceilings, a canopy bed, and a stone fireplace.
(Just realized I never snapped a pic of the cute seating area in front of the bed!)
Of course the outdoor areas were just as swoonworthy. Who wouldn’t want to recreate this little vignette in your own backyard?
(Love those giant lanterns.)
Even their little restaurant was cute. We had breakfast there our last morning.
Again, fresh and neutral with wood beams and pops of color.
Although we actually ate outside …
Breakfast risotto for me … seriously, could it get any better? Us Moms know that a breakfast someone ELSE makes that you can eat SITTING DOWN is one of life’s biggest treats! Am I right?
Happy summer everyone!