Rich History with a Modern Flair
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San Francisco has witnessed the birth of many successful tech startups and has become a booming tech hub. But tech isn't the only thing the city has to offer, San Francisco has a rich history, evident in its architecture. Interior designers in San Francisco once favored Victorian and Tudor styles. Recently these traditional styles have been modernized, and the results are stunning. Historic homes, luxury condos, and hotel suites now feature luxurious interiors furnished with contemporary pieces.
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Rich History and Modern Luxury Come Together
Pacific Heights, one of the most prestigious neighborhoods in the city, is lined with French Chateaus and restored Victorians. Cow Hollow, Pacific Heights’ younger sister bordering the Marina, lures young millionaires with its fine bars and luxury boutiques. Towards the east is Nob Hill, a neighborhood filled with historic mansions. Away from the hustle and bustle lies Sea Cliff, the address of choice for countless celebrities, and Forest Hill, a quiet town that holds a masterpiece designed by the same architect as the Palace of Fine Arts.
French-inspired Interior Design in Nob Hill, SF
A famous Beaux-Arts building in Nob Hill opens to art-filled interiors designed by a team of top interior designers in San Francisco. A light polished material pallet and simple spatial arrangement contrast an eclectic mix of paintings and vintage furniture. The living room is made comfortable by a soft, buttery rug, linen curtains, and a plush beige chaise.
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Neoclassical Interior Design in Pacific Heights, SF
A historic four-story home in Pacific Heights was renovated to modern splendor by one of the best San Francisco interior designers. The home begins with a courtyard livened by leafy greenery and a Robert Indiana sculpture. New stone flooring carries up the main staircase, crowned by a silvery Johanna Grawunder light fixture. The living room is a neoclassical dream featuring paintings by Gilbert and George, a custom sofa clad in Prelle fabric, and Maria Pergay coffee tables.
Stunning Bay Views in Cow Hollow, SF
A stylish pied-a-terre between Cow Hollow and the Marina, by one of San Francisco’s top Interior design firms, offers more than stunning views of the Bay. Behind a facade of textured Gray Basalt, lies a reverse floor plan, which elevates the living room to the top. Elegant art pieces from an extensive art collection carefully coordinate with the furniture in each room. The affluent residents of the house enjoy a spacious roof deck with 270-degree views, an exercise room, and a sauna with a built-in chaise.
Contemporary Interiors in Sea Cliff, SF
One of San Francisco’s top interior designers contrasted light and dark colors into a preppy contemporary home in Sea Cliff. The home begins with a foyer furnished with an heirloom pedestal table and a tube light fixture. An accent wall in deep navy blue uplifts the living room, complemented by the dark blue fabric of a Marc Zanuso Lady sofa. Two club sofas in a vivid red-orange Hermes fabric add a modern, upbeat vibe.
Traditional Interior design in Forest Hill, SF
Built in 1916, the Erlanger House is one of the oldest in Forest Hill, sharing the same architect as the Palace of Fine Arts. The home’s meticulously handcrafted wooden details effortlessly blend English and Japanese influences. A wooden door stands under a polished canopy of redwood that lines a bayed seating area on the upper floor. Intricate moldings adorn the entryway leading to a cathedral-e living area with tall exposed redwood beams.
Modernist Design in Eureka Valley, SF
Overlooking Eureka Valley is the hilltop pied-a-terre of an award-winning San Francisco interior designer. The home begins with a Zen-inspired garden with a modernist 1950’s design. Tall floor-to-ceiling windows make for picturesque views in a great room furnished by a vintage de Sede sectional sofa and a leopard-printed pillow from Ralph Lauren Home. In the kitchen, a board-formed concrete island is brought to life by the plaid print of the surrounding RH bar stools.
Five-Star Luxury in SoMa, SF
A renowned San Francisco interior designer is the mastermind behind the serene interiors of the Harrison’s luxury condos in SoMa. In the living room, a neutral palette of browns and light grays lets the scenic views of the Bay Bridge take center stage. The kitchen continues the light and bright theme with custom gray cabinets by Studio Becker, brass cabinet handles from Rejuvenation and Carrara marble countertops. Brass hardware, paired with gray cabinets and Fox Marble countertops in the bathroom, match the kitchen’s design.
Vintage European Masterpiece in Cole Valley, SF
The flatiron landmark overlooking Cole Valley that is San Francisco Proper Hotel exudes vintage luxury at its best. While the lobby and lounge spaces retain their original 1926 character, the suites are a different story. Geometric shapes contrast organic floral patterns in a style that is both modernist and Victorian.
Charming Victorian Design in Noe Valley, SF
A 19th-century home in Noe Valley features charming Victorian details that honor the traditional houses in the neighborhood. The interiors balance an artful edginess with warm minimalism and a subtle European influence. Parisian-inspired herringbone flooring in a light finish boldly contrasts exaggerated black window frames that recall mid-century industrialism. This contrast continues in the dark upholstery and crisp white walls, freshened up by daring hits of yellow and oversized art pieces.
High-End Interior Designers in San Francisco - Miguel Rueda Designs
Miguel Rueda is an ultra luxury interior designer who offers both traditional and modern interior design services in San Francisco, California, with a keen eye for luxury. He leads Miguel Rueda Designs in creating luxury homes for the world’s most distinguished individuals. Homes by Miguel Rueda Designs masterfully blend textures and colors, resulting in unique and timeless spaces.
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