I loved the overall feeling of her showroom and her aesthetic in general. It isn't pretty in the traditional sense and I mean that as a compliment. Her style is provocative and a bit subversive. She often plays with scale and does so quite masterfully. There is a sense of humor in Erin's design work and I think it goes hand in hand with the scale of the objects she often uses. It is evident that she doesn't take herself too seriously as her work frequently features whimsical elements, like a playful use of lighting. I like that Erin's work feels unique and seems to embody the spirit of Napa: elegant, relaxed, and rustic in a refined way.
I love the idea of using wingback chairs in the dining room. Again, everything is very big. You would need a rather large living room to accommodate all of these chairs.
Do you remember seeing this in House Beautiful?