The home is full of heirlooms and antiques selected by Trevor’s mother, Dede Wilsey (tour her gorgeous San Francisco home here). “We have a number of family portraits, of my grandparents and my mother, and pieces of furniture I grew up with in various houses,” he said. The result is an inviting and eclectic mix full of warmth and charm.
Photography by Douglas Friedman for DuJour.
The parlor features chinoiserie-style decor and 18th-century wallpaper.
The secretary in the formal parlor belonged to Trevor’s mother.
Latticework covers the walls of the living room, and wicker furnishings and overstuffed linen sofas provide a cozy spot to unwind.
“It reminds me of that great comment by Marella Agnelli”—made after the socialite toured Sid and Mercedes Bass’ apartment in New York—“when she said, ‘It will take her another lifetime to understand wicker!’ There’s nothing more WASP-y than lattice and wicker. And the thing is, we come from wicker,” said Trevor.
The butler’s pantry, adjacent to the kitchen, provides ample storage for multiple sets of china, glassware, flatware, and linens.
The dining room houses Trevor’s great-grandmother’s Federal-period dining table and sideboard.
The first-floor guest suite.
Antique bamboo cabinets filled with French and Chinese porcelain.
The pool and vineyards on the Traina's six-acre property.