#California dreaming – modern update of mid-century style home by Robert Swatt Remodeled by architect Robert Swatt FAIA, this property employs a strong horizontal vernacular to impart a feeling of spaciousness and close connection to the land. #SanFrancisco home #interiordesign
Sliding glass doors close off this compact bathroom, while still leaving its visual charms on display. The transparent light above the wall cabinet, and the see-through round lamp avoid blocking sight of the rear wall. #SanFrancisco home #interiordesign
Designed by Scott Martin of Blue Plum with interior design by Jeff Schlarb, this #kitchen combines #classic styling with a #contemporary sensibility. Natural materials have been teamed with man-made to create a sense of warmth and to add textural interest. #SanFrancisco home #interiordesign
For this ground floor #kitchen, designing a layout that would fit many #appliances and provide ample storage space while avoiding a #warehouse feeling was the challenge put to designer Vernon Applegate of Applegate Tran Interiors. #SanFrancisco home #interiordesign
#galleystyle #kitchen in a traditional #Victorianhouse was designed to impart an aged look. Designer David Huisman provided cabinets that convey the sense of freestanding furniture.#SanFrancisco #interiordesign
#Design makes the difference: In this condo #kitchen, small appliances, such as the coffee machine, toaster and blender, are stored in an appliance garage that rises up out of the cabinetry. #SanFrancisco home #interiordesign
#SanFrancisco This home is designed around a central atrium, which links with all living spaces, the kitchen, dining area and breakfast nook. Visual connections are established with a view of the kitchen from the entry foyer. #interiordesign
Built in the 1860s, this historic house in Telegraph Hill, #SanFrancisco, has been substantially altered over the years. The most recent #renovation saw the first floor gutted, and the insertion of a modern open-plan #kitchen-dining space.
Best of both worlds: This master suite is part of the major conversion of a 1940s warehouse. Designer Larissa Sand has retained the traditional character of the building, with sandblasted and sealed stone walls sitting alongside smoky steel closet doors.