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Jada Steel Windows and Doors Featured on Cover of Luxe Magazine



Jada Steel Windows and Doors Featured on Cover of Luxe Magazine

Jada Windows is proud to be featured on the cover of the San Francisco November/ December 2016 edition of Luxe Interiors + Design magazine. Luxe Interiors + Design, which celebrates regional architecture and design, showcased a beautiful vacation home nestled amongst the vineyards and hills of St. Helena designed by Northern California firm Wade Design Architects.

The Napa Valley vacation home designed by Luke Wade, principal architect and co-founder of Wade Design, evokes the coziness of a wood cabin. Wade choose 12 ½-feet-tall Jada windows and doors to bring in the natural light, encourage a feeling of spaciousness in the small building footprint, and to take advantage of the breathtaking views of the working vineyard and mountains beyond.

The St. Helena vacation home is wrapped in natural textures, from native stone, red cedar and Douglas Fir exterior walls, and reclaimed wood enveloping the interior walls, trim, and 24-foot-tall vaulted ceilings. Wade choose steel elements on the windows, doors, and interior details to juxtapose the warm, wood materials.

The Napa cabin home shows that you can marry a petite home with big style and comfort. One look at the project and you can see how easy it was for Luxe Interiors + Design to put the stunning vacation home on the cover of its latest San Francisco edition of the magazine. Wade Design and Architecture firm has created a breathtaking home which parallels and embraces the awe inspiring landscape surrounding it.

Jada windows is proud to have been chosen by Wade Design, and to find a place on the cover of Luxe Interiors + Design. Luxe, a member of the SANDOW corporation, distributes over 500,000 issues of its magazine each issue under the direction of Editor in Chief, Pamela Jaccarino.

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