HBA completes first phase of Estate Yountville renovations

Hirsch Bedner Associates (HBA) completed the first phase of renovations for The Estate Yountville.

The Estate Yountville—a 22-acre compound located in California’s Napa Valley wine country—has two hotels (Vintage House and Hotel Villagio), spa, retail and dining complex and event spaces, The Vineyard and The Pavilion. 

For the renovation, HBA worked with Illuminate Lighting Design and Canvas Art Consultants, as well as with SB Architects for the exteriors.

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Launched to the public in October 2017, Vintage House’s interiors use a color palette including gray and lavender, with subtle nods to the property’s location. The 80 bungalow-style abodes are located within the The Estate, which is located in the center of Yountville.

The Main House has fireplaces, a white clapboard feature wall and residential-style furniture. There is also a mini-bar and a safe unit that was custom-designed to look like an old travel trunk used at the turn of the century. Bathrooms have stone veining and oversized soaking tubs or dual showers, as well as vanities.

The artwork program was curated by Canvas. These include custom pop art pieces. Meanwhile, Illuminate’s lighting design highlights the custom art pieces and curated objects.

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