Victorian ModernTransitional Entry, San Francisco
Thomas Kuoh Photography
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Photos by Thomas KuohHouse at a GlanceWho lives here: A couple who love to entertainLocation: San FranciscoSize: 2,600 square feet (241.5 square meters); four bedrooms, three bathroomsDesigner: Jennifer Jones of Niche Interiors The backstory: This Edwardian home set in San Francisco’s charming Noe Valley neighborhood already had been completely remodeled when the new homeowners purchased it, giving them a clean, modern interior and blank slate with which to work. A lot of the details were in place, including in the kitchen and the wall paint colors. They enlisted designer Jennifer Jones of Niche Interiors to help elevate the living space with more glamour for entertaining and hosting.EntryA hexagon runner gives a graphic punch to the entry stairs, playing off a black metal railing that was already in place. Drawers were added to the right of the stairs to store shoes and handbags. A custom floating console provides a place to hold keys and sunglasses while maintaining an open feel. Runner: Stark Carpet
What Houzzers are commenting on:
love the look and usability of the dual steps. takes away the need for handrail on both sides of the staircase while creating a seating area. very functional. can picture people sitting to put on shoes or putting down bags and groceries at the entry way--good prep area for leaving and arriving at the home.