A contemporary renovation of a 1920’s home

Posted on Tue, 7 Apr 2020 by KiM

Love the dark and light drama of this 1920s renovated home in San Francisco’s Sea Cliff neighborhood. Once you can manage to get past that dining room photo above that is. 😉 By Regan Baker Design[Our client] and her husband purchased the house and embarked on a full-scale renovation, seeking to blend her preppy aesthetic and his love of modern elements. Through the process, we helped them find a cohesive balance between their style preferences, creating a sophisticated, contemporary residence for our clients and their young daughters. In the living room, we took a tone-on-tone approach, painting one accent wall and all of its traditional, existing, trim one color: a dramatic, deep, navy blue. Heirloom, antique furnishings are used throughout the home alongside more contemporary design choices that keep these spaces feeling fresh and bright.

Architect: Robert Stiles Architecture, Contractor: Jeff Fitzsimmons, Photos: Suzanna Scott

Scott says:

Love that blue!

And i want to say thank you to you both! Your posts are a great daily escape…stay safe 🙂

I’m so glad you posted a photo of a curio/china cabinet and family photos. I have both in my home and you never see them in spreads. We have some “family heirlooms” that I often wonder how others decorate with them even if they are not 100% their style.

Karen says:

I can’t decide whether I like the deep saturated colors or the neutral palette more. What a fun family home!

Pam says:

I love the dining room chairs . Where were they purchased at?

Gabrielle says:

Is that a frame tv over the burl wood rosewood credenza?

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