This home is designed for leisure life of a retired couple wanting to move to San Francisco. The Californian studio Jennifer Robin Interiors has made that possible for them, used color, texture and custom pieces to create a comfy urban apartment to counter the San Francisco’ foggy days.
Despite the apartment’s odd dimensions the designers came up with several clever solutions and here are the results:
The abundance of large windows in the public spaced have minimized the usable wall space and created somewhat “fishbowl effect”. Designers come up with clever ideas to overcome the apartment’s issues. One of them is the textured gray paint on the wall to contrast the plain white walls around.
In the living room they’ve put a woven rug with a side table and a small maple coffee table and they gave it a fresh look including those green triangle-shaped poufs. Also the yellow sofas, the geometric shapes and the big mirror make the place stand out even more.
The round, sculptural table with extensions and curvy chairs that make it suitable for dinner parties. But the cluster of pendant light makes the space even brighter and warmer.
The kitchen is done with sleek cabinets and marble blacksplash that makes it more earthy. The effect is additionally boosted with the woven chairs and the kitchen island.
The master bedroom has elegance and playfulness that result from using the floating bed and nightstands and the bold yellow leather bench.
The empty spaces in the apartment are additionally liven up and given unique look using catchy artworks and rustic furniture like this one.
In a guest suite, there is a bed with a velvet headboard in deep blue, catchy lamps and a wooden desk topped with glass. The incoming natural light makes the space look relaxing and more spacious.
There is also an office/media room in the apartment featuring a lot of personality, geometric touches and chic furniture.