Archery Summit winemaker Chris Mazepink and his wife, Kariana, a dentist, moved into their home a year and a half ago after making some serious renovations, including to the kitchen area. In the process, the couple found that their respective sensibilities clash: She favors warmth and color; he, no-frills utility. As it stands now, their home represents a compromise. The house had been built in the 1930s, remodeled in the 1980s, and was the perfect canvas for the young family's permanent living space. Wine Spectator's Esther Mobley explains.