Opening up an old home

Posted on Fri, 1 Dec 2017 by KiM

When a home hasn’t been renovated since the 1950’s, you know you’re going to get small, dark, uninviting rooms and lots of unnecessary walls. Put a crew like Regan Baker Design on the project and you’ll end up with something that is now fabulous like this West Clay Park, San Francisco home. It blends the traditional architecture and historical details of the home with the homeowner’s contemporary, eclectic and tribal style that features unique artwork and collectables from Africa. And with the main living spaces now opened up there’s a clear view of the kids causing mischief. Also, lots of graphic, bold tile! 

Lesley says:

Massive and, to me, ugly taps in the cloakroom. Poor little washhandbasin.

roo says:

Oh Lord! My first time to comment but this house is eye-orgasmic perfection! mwah

Gigi says:

Entrance and Stairway views DEVINE

[…] Photos:┬áSarah Hebenstreit / Modern Kids Co. (check out my last feature on Regan’s work here) […]

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