#SanFrancisco This home is designed around a central atrium, which links with all living spaces, the kitchen, dining area and breakfast nook. Visual connections are established with a view of the kitchen from the entry foyer. #interiordesign
Moving to a new property isn't always the best solution when you wish to change your living environment. Sometimes it just takes the eye of an experienced designer to see the possibilities in remodeling your home to better suit your lifestyle. This two-story #condominium is a prime example. After initially considering a move to a new house, the owners decided to stay put, and called in the services of designer Vernon Applegate of Applegate Tran Interiors. #SanFrancisco home #interiordesign
Built in the 1860s, this historic house in Telegraph Hill, #SanFrancisco, has been substantially altered over the years. The most recent #renovation saw the first floor gutted, and the insertion of a modern open-plan #kitchen-dining space.
#galleystyle #kitchen in a traditional #Victorianhouse was designed to impart an aged look. Designer David Huisman provided cabinets that convey the sense of freestanding furniture.#SanFrancisco #interiordesign
Having obtained a lot with a commanding bay view, architect Charles Debbas set out to create a dwelling for his family that made the most of its location. Debbas says he took his inspiration from the site, incorporating the hillside, the city and the constantly changing light into the design. #SanFrancisco
When a house enjoys panoramic views of the skyline, it is often tempting for a designer to respond with large, minimal interior spaces. In this house, however, an unusual layout meant that wasn't an option. The property posed a challenge for designer Vernon Applegate of Applegate Tran Interiors. #SanFrancisco #interiordesign