Updated Edwardian Flat on Golden GateContemporary Family Room, San Francisco
Lighting by Arteriors;
Art by SB Fine Arts; Rug by Jaipur
Eric Rorer Photography
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The media room is a deep orange color that reads red. “A media room should be about fun,” Triggs says. “This Asian orange screams energy.”Throughout the house, the owners selected bold artwork. Triggs says that the statement-making personal choices help to make a homier environment where everything is completely new.Zanadoo chandelier: Arteriors; sofa and ottoman: custom, Plantation; rug: Jaipur
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3. Use Creative StorageBecause everything is more visible within an open-concept floor plan, storage space is important. “Exposed clutter will make you feel chaotic,” Triggs says. “Opt for clever storage solutions wherever you can so your home can promote peace, not stress and anxiety.” This might include a storage ottoman like the one Triggs used as a coffee table in the Western Addition flat seen here. “It’s important to address storage as early on as possible,” she says. “Cluttered spaces create complacency. If you allow yourself to live in that environment, it’s that much harder to solve. Inventive storage keeps you motivated.”See more of this projectMore: For more information on Tineke Triggs and examples of her work, visit Artistic Designs for Living’s Houzz profile.This story was written by the Houzz Sponsored Content team.