three years ago mic e pattee was taking a look at the house tax do ents for her four -acre spread in sebastopol a miniature farming neighborhood in northern california. she and her husband bill albright had put so many sweat equity into the 1904 farmhouse and as she scanned the bills unfold across her desk she thought "how are we going pull this off this 12 months?" simply then the telephone rang and that decision provided the answer. an artistic director from pottery barn kids was once on the line; he sought after her e for a unadorned weeks-lengthy photo shoot & the speed he offered was enough take of that yr' ation taxes. pattee (a prime-finish adventure photographer and co-owner of archival decor) & albright (prin l of west county wooden) did not intend create the easiest backdrop for corporations like pottery barn serena tours , traditional homes , rustic style.
it's like tenting out in a unadorned catalog on occasion at this cl ic farmhouse pottery barn and other ers love it for photo shoots.