Celebrating the old-world sensibility of Jordan Winery’s enclave of French elegance, designer Maria Haidamus in collaboration with Loczi Design turned to Fireclay for the 40-year-old vineyard’s extensive renovation. A herringbone floor of Norman Brick in San Gabriel gives this ornate guest suite bathroom a sophisticated finish that respects the heritage of the Sonoma institution.
Draped in old-world luxury, a stay at Sonoma County’s Jordan Winery is an enchanting getaway. When second-generation vintner John Jordan set out to update his estate’s guest suites, he turned to designer Maria Haidamus in collaboration with Loczi Design, sourcing local Fireclay Norman Brick in Big Horn for an elegant herringbone bathroom floor to last for generations to come.
A great renovation shouldn’t erase the charm of a space, especially one as charming as Sonoma County’s Jordan Winery. Tasked with updating the estate’s guest suites while respecting the heritage of this enclave of French elegance, designer Maria Haidamus in collaboration with Loczi Design utilized local Norman Brick in Great Plains for a brand new old-world look.