A sophisticated reworking of an Italianate-Victorian in San Francisco

Posted on Tue, 12 Jan 2021 by midcenturyjo

Nicole Hollis defines her design tenet as a “holistic design philosophy for the home, which thoughtfully balances a modern spirit of innovation with a timeless reverence for great craftsmanship. She masterfully blends the simplicity of line with organic complexity to create warm, refined spaces.”

It’s about carefully curated, beautifully elegant, understated interiors.

Sparky says:

In my twenties, I lived in a four-plex of identical Italianate style in San Francisco. I love the natural light streaming in from the bay windows, and the living areas with bookshelves flanking the fireplaces. I’m kind of smitten by the slim black silhouette of dining table and chairs chosen here in the white dining room, and the barn owl watching over the bedroom.

Jenny says:

Wow, If i live in the City this would be heaven.

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