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The palette of the home is undeniably neutral, but Warner infused the design with enough color to keep the house from becoming monotone. "There isn't much pattern, but there is a lot of texture and subtle color," she says. These classic Saarinen Executive chairs help balance out the cool tones of the kitchen in this combined kitchen and dining space.
The built-in bookshelves and rolling library ladder are both custom creations forged out of steel. The coffee table is made out of steel as well, and is another custom design from Redmond Aldrich. Vintage chairs with polished wood backs add a natural element to the space, and a canary yellow couch provides soft, warm color.
Couch: Christian Liaigre
Before moving into this home, the clients had been living in a loft in the SOMA district. Because this new apartment had very defined spaces, they really wanted to create a space that would allow them to live in the city in a different way. This home is designed for easy entertaining, and of course enjoying the amazing views, as you'll see later.
The apartment is perched perfectly on one of the sloping hills in the Russian Hill neighborhood. Its prime location has an incredible view of the San Francisco bay — including Alcatraz.
Floor lamp: Vintage