We’re finally recovering from our whirlwind trip to High Point Market last month! With only three days and over 2,000 exhibitors to see, we left our heels at home and hit the ground running. It was a great opportunity to check out new products from our go-to furniture manufacturers and to discover some interesting new lines. Take a look at our favorite finds below!
Julian Chichester showroom. Available for purchase through Witford showroom in the SFDC
We loved the styling at Julian Chichester – so many fun, modern pieces and fabulous light fixtures.
Baker Mirror and Sling Chair by Kara Mann for Baker | Milling Road
Kara Mann’s new furniture collection for Milling Road was a show stopper! It was so refreshing to see some modern pieces with a little edge.
Kelly Wearstler for E.J. Victor
So much eye candy in the E.J. Victor showroom, which included Kelly Wearstler and Kate Spade’s new line. We especially love Kelly’s graphic wallpaper and Racetrack mirror.
Oly Studio showroom at High Point Market
The Jonathan lounge in mustard velvet and gold leaf mixes beautifully with Oly’s ethereal lighting and tailored upholstery.
Bolier Objets Sideboard
Bolier’s transitional casegoods are beautiful in person with excellent attention to detail and craftsmanship. Did we miss something? Share your favorites from HPMKT in the comments!
We’re excited to share our latest editorial feature in the April issue of Modern Luxury Interiors!
“Perched at the top of a hill on a beautiful block in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights neighborhood, Alfred and Rebecca Lin’s home has some of the most desirable views an urban setting can afford.”
“Throughout, the design strikes a masculine and feminine balance – bold, metallic flourishes blended with modern, rectilinear pieces. The look changes from room to room, yet tells a cohesive story and truly captures the Lin’s day-to-day lifestyle and personal tastes. Mission accomplished!”
Read the full article here or pick up a copy at your neighborhood newsstand!
Spring has officially arrived! Satisfy your urge to redecorate by switching up your accessories – small changes can go a long way! Bring in pops of bright, happy colors such as coral and aqua with new accent pillows for your sofa or bed. Be sure to temper the color with plenty of white to keep the feeling light and fresh.
Give your bedside table, entry console, or coffee table new life with colorful vases and geometric brass accents. The Headlands concrete tray by Alice Tacheny is perfect for corralling rings, bracelets, and delicate necklaces.
We’re excited to share our latest press coverage on Rue Daily!
“Designing homes that “bring high-end design down to earth,” Niche Interiors consistently delivers work that doesn’t sacrifice style for comfort. Case in point? A recent project for a young couple moving back to San Francisco from New York City. The pair loved the prime Pacific Heights location and fantastic city views, but wanted to personalize the space and make it their own. Niche created a calm, airy space with a mix of traditional details, custom upholstery and statement lighting.” – Rue Magazine
Most importantly, our clients are thrilled with their new home! Testimonials like these make our job so rewarding:
“Jen and her team at Niche Interiors listened to our ideas, understood our style, and helped us transform our empty home in Pacific Heights into a beautiful and relaxing space. They were so easy to work with and went out of their way to make the process as simple as possible. We would highly recommend Niche Interiors for any project (and already have to several friends)!” – Homeowners
The Niche team is delighted to kick off 2016 in our beautiful new office in Potrero Hill!
When we first saw this space a few months ago it had seen better days, from the dingy carpet to the brown wall heaters, it was in need of some major design TLC. New wide plank oak floors and a fresh coat of white paint (Benjamin Moore White Dove for the win) and the space immediately felt bigger and brighter.
We furnished the space with a mix of retail, vintage, and custom pieces. Artwork from Minted mixes with flea market finds to create a gallery wall above IKEA Besta cabinets. Bookcases from CB2 house our library of design books and material samples.
A spiral staircase leads up to the conference room where we installed picture ledges to display over sized photos of our projects. The custom work table from San Francisco’s own Varian Designs (above right) is our favorite spot to gather and brainstorm.
Wishing you all a happy, healthy and creative 2016!
With the holidays right around the corner, we have entertaining on the brain. Our designers scoured the internet for the most stylish tabletop accessories for your next dinner party, with winning combinations curated for every style and mood. Now, all you have to worry about is the food. Bon appétit!
The Niche team is having a blast designing a family-friendly vacation home in Napa! Switching gears from working on swanky city homes to creating a laid back, country getaway has been a fun and welcome challenge. Take a peek inside two of our favorite, inspirational wine country spaces…
Niche Interiors is looking for a talented Interior Design Assistant to join our team!
Prepare to learn quickly and work on a range of high-end residential projects throughout San Francisco, Napa, and the Peninsula. The ideal candidate will have a passion for interior design, a sense of humor, and a very high attention to detail. Check out the full scoop here! Know someone who might be the perfect fit? Please spread the word!