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Delightful Sonoma wine country weekend retreat for relaxation

This modern family home was designed as a warm and welcoming weekend retreat by , located in the beautiful wine country of Sonoma, California. The homeowners of this residence are originally from Hong Kong, relocating to California, they were looking for a a relaxing place to enjoy quality family time on the weekends. The design team worked within this modern farmhouse vernacular to create soothing interior spaces that features a wonderful indoor-outdoor connection. They also infused some subtle references into the design scheme of the homeowner’s Asian heritage. On the outside of this fabulous home, the property features a sumptuous patio with a fireplace surrounded by comfortable furnishings, lounge chairs nestled around an extensive swimming pool and a beautiful manmade pond.

The fireplace is the central focus point to this beautiful living room that features glass walls that disappear into the wall, extending the indoors to the outside. The home offers plenty of natural light and breathtaking views over the surrounding countryside through extensive windows.

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What We Love: This weekend retreat provides not only a beautiful living environment for relaxation, it also offers plenty of spaces for entertaining family and friends. The indoor-outdoor connection has been designed to perfection, allowing cross-ventilation, the opportunity to pull nature into the interiors and making the interiors feel more spacious. Overall an amazing weekend retreat that we would feel quite comfortable taking full advantage of… how about you?

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A bunkroom provides plenty of sleeping space for overnight guests, while a window seat offers a great space to curl up with a book and enjoy the beautiful outdoor scenery.

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Photos: Courtesy of BK Interior Design

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