Welcome & happy shopping in Napa home and garden
Napa Valley. Everything we do reflects the casual elegance we find there. From distinctive homes and gardens to evenings filled with music, good friends and the world’s best wine. It’s a community of culture and a landscape of beauty. A place steeped in tradition, yet with an eye on modern. It’s where we started. It’s our muse.
New introductions — more to enjoy.
It’s a new year. Time for a new color. A new accent. A new collection. Time to enjoy how it all comes together. The way a piece speaks to you—that euphoric moment when you know you simply must have it.
This website is filled with items that made us feel this way, including new collections for 2023.
One of which is Terrazza, a grand new series of planters, lanterns and other items for your outdoor spaces. Offered in a durable, outdoor finish that mimics aged zinc — the designs of Terrazza are traditional, but the finish is contemporary. We see many events al fresco in your future.
Also new is Wovenshire, a series of large cement pots tightly wrapped with real bamboo. Here, innovation meets beauty. Wovenshire combines the appeal of basketry with the durability of a planter. For covered porch use.
For inside the home, we are introducing a new candle line called Estate, a family of five nuanced and layered scents designed by Napa. Each is formulated to reflect the myriad of sensations found on a grand estate. These evocative fragrances will surely take you there.
We also have new preserved boxwoods — a series of topiaries constructed with their own root ball. Each root ball is designed to fit a specific Napa pot. Pick the topiary and pot you like best, then drop in. It’s never been easier.
Be sure to see our latest ceramics from Italy, now offered in a new collection called Villa. You will also find new chandelier and pendant selections in Villa, each made in Tuscany and each designed to command the room.
Lastly, we’ve been sourcing high-quality rattan from Burma for almost as long as we’ve been in business. Finally, after a tumultuous two years, we are happy to see the weavers weaving again. Thank you for your patience. We have never been more proud to bring you these popular and sought-after goods.
There’s certainly plenty to see at Napa, be it at market, through your Napa Sales Rep, or on this website. You are invited to browse & shop – please, enjoy the good things.
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About Napa Home and garden.
Like you, we believe in the beauty of home. We were founded in Napa, California, in 2000, with one simple goal: to help elevate each & every living space. Over the years we have forged relationships with many of the world’s best artisans, allowing us to offer you selections that are curated, crafted and contemporary. From the front hall to the back garden, Napa is there to help make everything beautiful.
Retailers & designers: Place your order with us in one of our award-winning showrooms, with your local Napa Rep, with Napa Customer Service, or by registering to use this website. Thank you.
Buying for your home? Please visit our online store.
Napa Home & Garden is a registered trademark.
Frequently asked Questions
Is Napa Home & Garden hiring now?
Yes, Napa Home & Garden has 1 open jobs. Before applying to Napa Home & Garden, it’s a good idea to research the company, and read reviews from employees working there.
How many employees does Napa Home & Garden have?
Napa Home & Garden has between 11 to 50 employees.
Napa Valley is home to more than 450 wineries in its 30 mile span. Our winery partners have been selected for the great wines they produce, their scenic locations, the vineyard tour, and the warm hospitality they offer guests in their tasting rooms.
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Napa Valley is one of the world’s premier wine regions boasting more than 400 wineries and famous for its prized Cabernet Sauvignon. Stroll through the vineyards, talk with the winemaker, or sip award-winning Napa Valley wines with dramatic views of the valley floor.
Napa Valley can be expensive to visit, but there are also affordable options if you know where to look. Visiting Napa Valley is expensive!
Can I wear jeans to a winery? Yes! Jeans are acceptable year-round – we call it wine country casual (for women — sundresses, blouses and skirts, nice jeans, wedges, sandals, etc.; for men – golf shirts, khaki pants, nice jeans, dressier shorts, stylish sneakers, boat shoes, etc.).
But don’t fear. A handful of Napa wineries, many of which were grandfathered into the modern regulations, can still pour wine for you without a reservation. Some of them, as a result, can feel like zoos, overcrowded with thirsty tourists jostling for a drop in their glass.
The word Napa has been translated variously as “grizzly bear,” “house,” or “Motherland” Of all these definitions there is still dispute as to which was the source, but most believe the Patwin word for napo meaning house is the origin.
Names. The word “napa” in the name napa cabbage comes from colloquial and regional Japanese, where nappa (菜っ葉) refers to the leaves of any vegetable, especially when used as food.
This is due largely to the high quality and high value of Napa Valley wines, which are among the most expensive California produces.
The Napa Valley Join-In Wine Tour price is $119 per guest ($139 Saturdays), and is offered every day, subject to availability. Tasting fees at the wineries are not included and are charged extra by the wineries. These fees typically run about $20-$25 per person, per winery.
Tasting fees vary and there is no typical fee for a wine tasting – the average cost of a basic wine tasting is about $40 in Napa Valley. They can be as low as $20 and go as high as $200 or more for an elevated experience that might include a tour, lunch, class, or seminar.
How long should I spend in Napa Valley? Four days and three nights is the ideal amount of time for a vacation to Napa Valley. Head to Napa Valley wineries as a long-weekend getaway to explore, taste wine, and still have time to relax.
The best time to visit Napa is August through October or March through May. Napa’s peak tourist season corresponds with the region’s harvest season (August through October). During this busy time, expect crowds and high prices for just about everything, especially accommodations.