The Niche Interiors team is kicking off the new year with some exciting new San Francisco interior design projects in Noe Valley, the Marina and Hayes Valley! Two of these homes are for repeat clients that have already trusted us to remodel and design other properties to great success. One of the many advantages this brings us as interior designers is a head start on the design process since we already have a clear understanding of each clients style, preferences and priorities. We hit the ground running on our client’s new home in the Marina, and are fast tracking the remodeling work so she can move in quickly. A huge shout out to our Project Manager Tori who is doing an excellent job coordinating all of the trades involved and keeping all parties updated on schedules.
Marina Residence: Colorful Contemporary
After curating fabric, wood and metal finishes for each room, we presented our client with a range of furniture options to choose from. She gravitated towards a feminine color palette of mauve, rose, plum with peacock blue and navy accents. Luxe velvet fabrics mix with gold accented wallpaper, bold patterns and rich paint colors. Our interior design team strives to strike the right balance of using similar color tones throughout the home for cohesiveness while also ensuring that each room has its own individual vibe. One way to achieve this is by using various tones and saturation levels of one color family, mixing in solid fabrics with patterns to give the space a dynamic mix.
The architecture of this 1930’s San Francisco home has French influences, so we leaned into this to curate a space that felt collected and sophisticated. We selected contemporary furniture pieces with soft, organic curves and statement lighting with a nod to mid-century design influences. An abstract modern rug grounds the seating area in the formal living room which opens directly to the kitchen, which is currently undergoing a facelift with a fresh coat of bold blue-green paint, new brass hardware and sculptural pendant lights.