Niche Interiors

Niche Interiors Journal

Follow along as we share art, architecture and interior design inspiration from San Francisco and throughout the world.

Must-see Design in Mexico City

Niche’s Principal Designer, Jennifer, just returned from an inspiring trip to Mexico City last week! The city’s art and interior design scene is a reflection of its diverse history, blending modern and traditional elements to create unique and inspiring spaces. One...

FOG Fair San Francisco | Design + Art

FOG Fair is one of our favorite annual San Francisco design events, bringing together top contemporary art and design galleries from all over the world with curated booths of collectible furniture, lighting, sculpture and fine art. It was founded in...

Designer Guide: Shopping for Vintage Furniture

Incorporating vintage furniture, lighting and accessories into your home is a great way to add character and layers to a space. Even just one vintage lamp or mirror can bring just the right amount of interest to a room!...

Niche’s New San Francisco Studio!

After leasing in Potrero Hill for over 7 years, we finally found a permanent home for our Interior Design Studio! Located in a converted molding factory in the South of Market neighborhood in San Francisco, the corner unit is...

Sustainable Kitchen Design Tips

With the holidays quickly approaching, now is the perfect time to think about ways to make your kitchen more sustainable. I’ll start with some small but meaningful ways to green your kitchen – focusing both on making healthier choices...

5 Tips for Hiring the Right San Francisco Interior Designer

Are you looking to hire an interior designer in San Francisco? Check out 5 tips for finding the best residential designer for your project.

Design Visionary: Charlotte Perriand

Charlotte Perriand was a pioneering designer of the 20th century, who broke barriers and made significant contributions to modern design as a woman. Born in Paris in 1903, Perriand was a contemporary of many of the great modernist architects...

Designing a Non-toxic Home

There are many elements to consider when designing a sustainable, non-toxic home, but I would argue that flame retardant chemicals are enemy number one. They migrate out of the foam in upholstered furniture and into dust over their lifespan...

Inside the Design: Sonoma Vacation Home

Our latest vacation home project in Sonoma was completed just in time for our client to enjoy a fabulous summer in Wine Country! The Niche team had a blast designing this family home for our adventurous client who has...

Intro to Sustainable Interior Design

What does eco-friendly or sustainable interior design mean and why is it important? Green or eco-friendly interior design focuses on improving indoor air quality as well as reducing the impact that furniture purchases have on the environment. The Environmental...