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Geremia Designs

This post is one of 3 I have planned for today of some designs we've been emailed as of late. I'm taking you into the commercial design world (for a bit of a change from our usual residential interiors) of a new designer out of San Francisco - Lauren Geremia of Geremia Design. "She is leading the pack in restaurant, bar and office design in SF. Formally trained as a painter at RISD, her style has an extreme artistic approach. She always combines reclaimed pieces with unique wallpapers from companies like Trove, and furniture from companies like Uhuru." I like her funky style. Can't wait to see the residential projects she's got coming up next year.


Reader Comments (6)

The birds on the ceiling is so captivating.

16 Jul 2010 | Unregistered CommenterSyntheticElegance

I LOVE the birds on the ceiling!!!! That image is germinating much needed ideas for my own dining room. The Fornasetti Riflesso wall paper on the second photo down, has long been a favorite of mine. I enjoy seeing it used in a space.

16 Jul 2010 | Unregistered CommenterSparky

The pool-table, the image next to it and the last photo are my favorites. I'd be interested in seeing a residence, too.

16 Jul 2010 | Unregistered Commenterleigh

I love the birds on the ceiling from Bloodhound. Perfect detail for a Bay Area bar considering The Birds was filmed close by.

16 Jul 2010 | Unregistered Commentersara w

the birds on the ceiling are spectacular and unexpected touch. love, love, love.

21 Jul 2010 | Unregistered Commenterjessica

I remember when this place was Cassidy's. Bloodhound was my fav after work bar in SOMA. The owners did an awesome job in the renovation...the artwork in the restrooms is pretty awesome too.

30 Jul 2010 | Unregistered CommenterS

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