SAN FRANCISCO COTTAGE

 
   

This small 1930's San Francisco home  was given new life with creative interiors, using various items collected by the client.

Smaller art multiples in matching      frames, installed in a repetitive grid    pattern, become an overall wall treatment  in both the music room and office.

  One-of-a-kind handmade art pieces   made from salvaged Redwood.

An affordable, elegant galley kitchen was installed in space that was formerly a hallway.

Standard, off-the-shelf cabinetry is enhanced with stainless, granite and butcher block counters.

Neutral finishes compliment the bold color of the vintage ceramic floor tile.

GARDEN
TRANSFORMATION

Original ornate plaster mouldings were    lost in a sea of white.

Color on the walls, gloss white on mouldings and a flat white ceiling provide definition.

Existing, all white tile fireplace was    updated with a custom walnut mantle, travertine tiles and limestone hearth.

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