Joey and Gerard’s Mount Washington hillside home is a wonderful mix of vintage elements and colors with a little French countryside charm. The couple completely renovated the kitchen, top to bottom, but the redo is very much in keeping with the vintage styling of the rest of their home.
From the starburst floor tiles to the white tiled countertop, from the blond cabinetry to the vintage lighting, this gorgeous kitchen has a lot of “soul,” as one reader commented in the full House Tour . It’s unusual to see a kitchen renovation stay so true to its vintage roots, so props to Joey and Gerard!
I really love the floor tiles, particularly against the rich wood table. And what a view outside those windows!
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Simple grilled fish or even steak. It would work really well with Emily’s recent recipe for Polenta Tart with Roasted Cherry Tomatoes as well as Faith’s Mini Lamb Burgers on Roasted Potato Rounds . About Etude and this 2012 Rosé of Pinot Noir: Etude Wines, located in Carneros, the famed AVA that straddles Napa and Sonoma counties, was founded 25 years ago, on the philosophy that great wine is made in the vineyard, not the winery. Etude is a Napa Green Certified Winery. The grapes for this delicious rosé are all from Etude’s estate vineyards – notably the Grace Benoist Ranch. Handpicked at night to retain acidity, the grapes were whole cluster pressed for finesse, then fermented and aged in old oak barrel before bottling, to create a more structure driven style of rosé.
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