California Home + Design, April 2008
Sonoma Sophistication

The classic center-hall colonial house that architect George Bevan designed for a young Sonoma family is, in some ways, a house of paradoxes. It’s the type of majestic manor you’d expect to see surrounded by similarly serious edifices on a stately, elm-lined street in an established East Coast neighborhood. It’s location, however, is on an eclectic residential block in Sonoma, overlooking vineyard and wine fields. While the house’s exterior persona is strictly grown up, the audacious interior, by San Francisco designer Ken Fulk, puts a twist on tradition with its surprising youthful exuberance.

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