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Inside the stunning renovation of a farmhouse in Sonoma Wine Country

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This hilltop farmhouse has been completely renovated by Jennifer Tulley Architects, located in Sonoma County, Northern California. Originally constructed by two brothers in the 1940’s, this home has been transformed from its original modest structure into a spacious, modern yet inviting retreat. The scope of this project entailed: reconfiguring the small, separated rooms into large interconnected spaces, with a better flow and a logical progression along with new windows to capture the incredible views. 

A second floor addition increased the size of this house, creating a light-flooded master suite overlooking the Russian River landscape. The homeowners wished to preserve the best features of the original building. The new design focused on reusing the original materials in a modern way, incorporating texture and organic elements into all the spaces.  The knotty pine panels were planed and then used as new awnings at the front door, back door and the western facing terrace overlooking the pool. Redwood sheathing now adorns the dining room ceiling, cabinetry and sliding doors throughout.

Note: Continue to end of this home tour to see some before photos!

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Above: The artwork is a diptych photograph from Hudson Grace in San Francisco, California.

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What We Love: This beautiful farmhouse renovation offers a look at how an older home can be revived into a warm and inviting new abode. Light-filled living spaces frame views over the Sonoma countryside, creating a tranquil living environment. Outside, spacious patios and a swimming pool takes full advantage of this home’s breathtaking surroundings.

Tell Us: What do you think of the overall design of this farmhouse renovation project? Do you think the architects successfully created a warm and inviting new living environment? Please share your thoughts in the Comments!

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Above: The windows in the dining room are Marvin Ultimate Clad.

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Above: The countertops in the kitchen are soapstone.

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Above: The sink is a Shaws Original Lancaster Single Bowl Apron Front Fireclay Kitchen Sink, from Rohl.

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Above: In the bedroom, the lamps on the nightstands are from Kravet and designed by Jonathan Adler.

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Above: Due to a tight space of this bathroom, the vanity is 1′-9″ deep and the door is 2′-2″. The vanity is custom made from redwood salvaged from the job site. The tile on the walls is a 3×6 handmade tile from Sonoma Tilemakers. On the window is a vinyl roll down shade from the shade store that can go over the sill.

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Above: In the bathroom, a custom vanity is built from reclaimed redwood sheathing from the house.

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Prior to Renovation:

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Photos: David Duncan Livingston

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Margie

A very lovely reno. But I think the dark beams in the living room make that room seem a little top heavy. Wonder if white beams would have been better.

Margie

A lovely reno. But the dark beams in the living room seem to make that room look a bit top heavy. Maybe it is the camera angle. I wonder what it would have looked like with white beams.

Simone

fabulous job