Architecture and interior design firm
Jamie Bush & Co. has designed a modern house in San Francisco, creating a welcoming home for a young tech pioneer.
Stepping inside, there’s a clear view from the foyer of the rear garden and the stairs that connect the various levels of the home.
A small hallway painted blue guides people through to the dining room and kitchen.
However, before heading into the dining room and kitchen, there’s a powder room that features an ombre wallpaper and an ox mask by Norwegian artist Arne Lindaas.
In the dining room, a soft pink has been used to create a colorful backdrop for the artwork and dining table, which was designed by Jamie Bush + Co., and is shaped like an oblong pebble with a highly textured wire-brushed finish, that exposes the grain of the blackened oak.
Adjacent to the dining room is the kitchen, where thick honed basalt has been used for the back counters, and handmade tiles from Heath Ceramics are showcased on the backsplash. Above the stone island is a custom architectural chandelier from the Thomas Hayes Gallery.
In the living room, a custom walnut coffee table by Richard Patterson has been combined with comfortable furnishings and a shelving unit. A sliding door opens up to a small outdoor space.
Off the living room is an outdoor space furnished with a couple of chairs and tables. Glass handrails provide safety and uninterrupted views.
Back inside, and on the lower level of the house is a dark lounge with bold artwork and a vintage Danish sculptural floor lamp from the 1960’s.
The lower lounge opens up to the rear patio, creating an indoor/outdoor entertaining space.
Heading inside again, and there’s a home office with a black accent wall that complements the desk, while light colored artwork and floor-to-ceiling windows helps to keep the room bright.
The bedrooms are located on the upper floor of the house, with this bedroom combining mid-century design and natural elements for a relaxing environment.
In another bedroom, the black framed windows allow for neighborhood views.
The rooftop lounge with its glass walls, is furnished with a graphic rug, a plush couch, and eucalyptus stools by Ido Yoshimoto.
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