All posts with tag:San Francisco

The sophisticated look of this Victorian townhouse in San Francisco sets the mood for the inner space. Beautiful shades of blue and gray, as well as gold details, start on the facade and continue on the inside. The designer managed to make a classic in a modern version, and so that the gray-blue scale does…

This San Francisco home is so well located that you can overlook the ocean from its top floor, which houses the main living room and kitchen. Therefore, the architect came up with the idea of ​​making the interiors as open to nature as possible – many of the outer walls of the house are made…

The owner of this San Francisco townhouse dreamed of creating a home that would reflect her fun-loving nature and love of animals. In response to such a request, the designers suggested adding pink color and adorable images of animals to the interior. In some rooms, shades of pink play a prominent role, while in others…

This Bayfront home in San Francisco is a surfers’ and sea lover’s dream come true as it sits right on the water. The house was built in the 1970s and has been recently renovated. Outdated designs have replaced modern interiors with interesting decor. The interior are dominated by natural materials, especially the giant walnut headboard…

Built in 1925, this Edwardian-style residence in San Francisco remained relatively intact over the years as designers and architects from several bureaus embarked on years of extensive renovations. They had to solve a difficult task: to maintain a balance between old and new, to create beautiful and stylish interior design and adapt it to a…

The townhouse of designer Nicole Hollis in San Francisco is hard to miss walking through the famous Pacific Heights – and it’s not about the glorious architecture of 1870 (it is indeed delightful), but primarily because of black, in which the owner decided to paint her house. Many are surprised at such a bold choice,…

This home in Pal Alto, San Francisco has been designed with great respect for the surrounding nature and places. It does not draw all attention to itself, but organically fits into the local landscape and aesthetics. The building is surrounded by plants on all sides, and this closeness to nature became the starting point for…