Fontana InteriorModern Bedroom, San Francisco
photos: Matthew Millman
This 1100 SF space is a reinvention of an early 1960s unit in one of two semi-circular apartment towers near San Francisco’s Aquatic Park. The existing design ignored the sweeping views and featured the same humdrum features one might have found in a mid-range suburban development from 40 years ago. The clients who bought the unit wanted to transform the apartment into a pied a terre with the feel of a high-end hotel getaway: sleek, exciting, sexy. The apartment would serve as a theater, revealing the spectacular sights of the San Francisco Bay.
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Another space-saving detail in this room: adding wall-mounted shelves that serve as nightstands without taking up floor space.
A quilted headboard and view of the sea keep this bedroom on the soft side. Layering various white textures is a good way to be sure that your room won’t seem too clinical.
An all-white modern bedroom speaks of high-end hotel luxury and travel to sun-bleached Mediteranean locales. The streamlined architectural lines of this white bedroom let me know I don't have to think about anything, I can just chill.
The architect of this renovation knew he had to counter the large ceilings. While it seems counter-intuitive, the tall headboard actually makes the ceiling appear higher. The use of white makes the room look larger as well. See more of this San Francisco house. More: Headboards that Stand Out Alternative Headboards More photos of bedroom designs
What Houzzers are commenting on:
Space, Line, and Texture: there’s a lot of space in this room due to the paint illusion, only one solid color which is white. There’s horizontal and diagonal lines on the mattress and the bed cover. Also there’s a lot of texture in the room, on the mattress, headboard, the plant, and the pillowcases.