For tech entrepreneur Trevor Traina and his wife Alexis Swanson Traina, a historic Napa Valley home provides an ideal respite from city life in San Francisco. The Victorian-style Oakville home was built in the 1860s by H.W. Crabb, a Napa Valley pioneer who founded the To Kalon winery.
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.