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.


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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