A renovated home turned into a work of art

Posted on Thu, 19 Nov 2020 by KiM

Ken Fulk is a magician. Or a maestro as it says on his website. I would have to agree. This home in San Francisco is magic. It was originally a simple 1920s shingled house but the light and the setting was idyllic, with unobstructed views across the park to the Golden Gate Bridge and the Pacific beyond. We set out to create something of enduring beauty and substance. Sparing no detail, we commissioned projects from old-world style artisans: woodworkers, metal workers, stone masons, plasterers, muralists. The result is far more than a custom home, it’s truly a work of art. 

Barb Ward says:

Mr. Faulk can do no wrong!
Rotunda fireplace unbelievable

Raymond Ford says:

This home makes me wildly uncomfortable and I’m not sure why.

Esther says:

I think exactly the same

Melanie D Millar says:

yep. same.

Dream house.

KLNR says:

refreshing to see a heritage place not plastered in white paint top to bottom.

It’s a palace

April says:

Work of art. Beautifully and richly designed but still warmly livable. One of the best.

Brian Smith says:

Being an alcoholic, I admire the wine cellar.

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