We came across this San Francisco home on internet and fell in love with its classical bone, the art and historical details. Here are some of our favorite spaces. Let’s take a look together.
The house is a 1926 Presidio Heights home in San Francisco for a young family. The spiral staircase metalwork is original . The newly installed black-and-white checkered marble flooring is such a good match to the classical bone of the house. A vintage Curtis Jeré brass pendant, and a deconstructed Venus statue by European art collective, Troika by the entry all indicate the distinguished taste of the owner. This entry establishes the tone for the rest of the houses– artsy, classical, grandeur yet modern and clean-lined.
The living room is such a airy and bright space filled with nature light. The portrait painting in red is bold and dramatic while the black velvet sofas, white walls, white Carrara marble mantle and a abstract white rug provide counterpoint to the color of red.
We love the art gallery vibe for this house. There is often an art piece hanging at the spaces to guide you through. We love this dark walnut enveloped library. It seems it has been there forever.
The kitchen is clean, crisp and modern with a classical vibe thanks to the stained dark wood flooring and brass pluming and hardware.
The vintage area rug and a regency dining table nicely contrast with the mid-century modern dining chairs and a chandelier.
A vintage rug adds a pop of color and a touch of warmth and coziness to this home office.
The green shades in this bedroom is calming and elegant. We love the mixing-and-matching of different styles of furnishings in this guest bedroom. The artwork and the antiques once again set a classical tone in this space.
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