Letters to the Editor

Readers respond to the premiere issue of Marin At Home.

A belated congratulations on the launch of Marin At Home. Looks fantastic and feels fresh and and sophisticated. Janet Hall, Henrybuilt, Mill Valley

I love the insiders’ tell-all (Eat, Play, Love). Everyone wants to know the story behind a place or a person. Stacey Lapuk, ASID, Indigo Interiors Inc., Novato

I really enjoyed the premiere issue. I found the furniture selection pages (Gallery) –– with nicely curated, quality pieces –– really helpful. Looking forward to the next issue. Katie Storey, Storey Design, San Francisco

Marin At Home grabbed my attention with spectacular Marin residences and kept me reading with beautiful features on places in nearby San Francisco, Healdsburg and Calistoga. Always inspiring to see the creative work of Bay Area talents like Matt Millman and David Duncan Livingston. I’ve lived in the Bay Area since 1989 and love finding new treasures. Sherry Williamson, Sherry Williamson Design Inc., Mill Valley

Today, in my mailbox, I was pleasantly surprised to find the premiere issue of Marin At Home. The first issue is very nicely done, and I look forward to subsequent issues. Judy deVito, Mill Valley

Thank you for the fascinating and well-written story on Samuel Brannan (Rear Window) and Calistoga’s beginnings. We’re happy to share that while Brannan Cottage Inn is the only 1860s resort cottage still on the original site, two other relocated Brannan cottages can be found in town, notably as part of our superb Sharpsteen Historic Museum, and the third is a private home you can spot on a self-guided walking tour. History buffs are warmly welcomed at this award-winning inn (we’ve got lots of good Sam stories). Eden Umble, marketing and hospitality director, Brannan Cottage Inn

Congrats on the first issue of Marin At Home. We just got a copy and it looks beautiful. I hope everything works out well for you in this new venture. Jerome Ternynck, San Francisco

Congratulations on launching Marin At Home. I look forward to seeing what you’ll do with it. You’ve already got me looking into Leonard Koren’s books (Design Spot). Thanks for the tip. Mark Waldo, San Francisco


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