San Francisco’s Home reunites modern and traditional vibes and how they work! Get some inspiration by this amazing interior design and transform your home.
The interior designer responsible for this San Francisco’s Home is Chloe Redmond Warner, principal of Redmond Aldrich Design. This place belongs to recently separated father of four, who although loved the house, he wanted her to be more cozy. He wanted a warm environment for their children!
“The first step was to make it somewhere they could go that didn’t feel like a bachelor pad. The second imperative was to actually make it somewhere lovely,” Redmond says. She also said that “Decorating a house for a man is ever so slightly different because you don’t want it to read as overly feminine, but you know, this person, this client, was in need of a soft, nurturing place to be in during this phase of his life,”.
Let us begin with the courtyard, that is, as we can see, a meditation cube. Chloe was inspired by the work of Donald Judd here. The chairs belong to Galanter & Jones.
When the Owner is a Music Lover
The owner of the house is passionate about music, so he needed to have his own music space. The blue on the wall came from the Farrow & Ball Inchyra. Besides that, we can also see a photograph taken by Linda McCartney.
“Our client was very motivated to make the house as wonderful as possible for his kids, prioritizing their bedrooms over his own,” Chloe said. This was one of the first thing her team designed for the house.
This comfortable corner has a Arne Jacobsen Swan Chair and a Cube seen from Galerie Half.
Here we can see the primary bedroom where comfort reigns. The bedside tables belong to Lawson-Fenning, there is also the sconces from Apparatus. Another important details is the Mansour Modern Rug.
The dining room has one important detail, the Art by Megumi Aria. Then we can see the table and chairs from JF Chen, and a sideboard that belongs to Go Build Studio.
The kitchen belongs to the San Francisco’s Home open area. The stools are from Skylar Morgan.
Another proof that the owner loves music, where we can see the albums. Besides, there’s a The Pendant Globe Light and the cabinet from Lief Gallery. The chairs are from Nickey Kehoe.
Last, but not least, “This room looks out over the Presidio,” according with Chloe. The specific area was inspired by Wes Anderson’s The Royal Tenenbaums. The floral wallpaper belongs to Zak + Fox, the lighting piece is Vintage Stilnovo, and the printed picture from Patrick Parrish Gallery.
Credits to: Architectural Digest