From the outside, this vine-covered house of indigenous stone appears to have grown out of a Napa Valley hillside. Inside, cool stone walls contrast with the rich, ochre tones of hand-hewn wood. A central redwood column supports the second floor that seems suspended between dramatically exposed outer walls. The simplicity of these honestly expressed materials relates seamlessly with the natural surroundings. Within this setting, a diverse but harmonious collection of rustic antiques and unusual found objects feel at home. Distinctive pieces include an antique Belgian antler chandelier, a pair of 19th century French reclining armchairs covered in persimmon colored antique velvet, and an old English schooner’s hatch cover reborn as a coffee table.