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PACIFIC HEIGHTS RESIDENCE

After meeting the clients during the 2013 San Francisco Decorator Showcase, I was retained to work on their residence located just a few blocks away. The scope of work included a complete renovation of the house’s common areas. The dated staircase was to be revamped and the kitchen and living room were to be opened to the incredible views of the San Francisco bay. Working in conjunction with Nick Noyes Architecture, the briefing was to create a simple refined living space and a high tech kitchen for a family of four.

Following our mandate, the furniture selection and placement is clean and crisp. Custom designed mohair sofas and linen armchairs with a Cathare coffee table by Christian Liaigre define the sitting area. In a reading corner is an exotic wing chair by Jean de Merry, upholstered in oxblood leather. A petrified wood table sits adjacent to the chair. Over the fireplace, a 19th century English portrait adds a touch of romance.

The dining room is classic and dramatic with quintessential Cab armchairs, a John Pomp Studios’ Clear Band pendant and a silk area rug by Niba Rugs.

The pièce de résistance, the kitchen, was carefully designed taking into consideration the desires of a professional chef, including an industrial washing area, baking center, commercial fryer and stove. The perfect environment for a young family who loves to cook!

 

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