The A-List: A Stately San Francisco Renovation

The A-List: A Stately San Francisco Renovation

Happy Monday! I recently came across this gorgeous San Francisco home when scrolling through the portfolio of Gil Schafer. The architectural renovation performed by Schafer’s team is top notch and I instantly fell in love with the interiors, designed by the one and only Miles Redd. “Redd’s signature maximalist approach to color, antiques, and art has infused the house with a youthful spirit of fun, adding personality and pizzazz.” I had seen the image below floating around Pinterest, but had never found a full tour of the home.

The home took over three years to renovate and includes an enviable front entry loggia, a remodeled kitchen with 10-and-a-half-foot tall windows, and a skylit staircase ascending three floors. The home is flooded with natural light, creating an ethereal tone and as a mom of two young children I found myself envying details like the wipeable Bowood chintz kitchen chairs and the chic but durable leopard print runner on the stairs. If you are like me and love a mix of the old with the new, this home is sure you leave you wanting more and you can read more about the home here and here. Happy Monday!

A central gallery serves as the entry hall of the home. Walls painted in a warm burnt orange allow the eye to be drawn to the architectural detail of the arched casement doors.

An eclectic and whimsical mix of patten, texture, and art adorns the formal sitting room. Pops of animal print and modern art pair beautifully with the antiques and oriental rug. Perhaps the most enchanting part of this room is the celadon silk wallpaper.

The soft shade of green carries into the dining room.

I am swooning over every tiny detail of this dining room. From the lions over the mantel to the beautifully upholstered chairs and chinoiserie wallpaper, this may be my favorite room in the house.

Pattern play at its finest. The rich layering of prints and textiles gives this library a causal elegance that is enhanced by the faux bois paneling

I love the rich hues of the mahogany countertop and the deep blue lacquered butler’s pantry.

Hands down, the most fabulous, kid friendly breakfast nook I have ever seen.

The walls of the home’s front entry loggia are painted in Trompe L’oeil by Agustin Hurtado

Animal print rugs and carpeting are a great option for high traffic areas.

I love how much light the skylights let in at the top of the landing and the art gallery instant providers a youthful, vibrant feel

A bedroom that any teenage girl would envy.

The master suite is positively decadent, weaving in the same jewel toned blues and greens from the first floor of the home.
A neutral bathroom creates a calming, peaceful retreat.




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