A Subtly Unique San Francisco Home

A Subtly Unique San Francisco Home

6 February, 2014  |  Exterior, House Interior

Painted two shades of blue, this San Francisco home isn’t big on square footage but it does make the most of the available space. A large sliding door separate the dining area from a modern themed sitting room. A cow hide chair and several vivid paintings make the room visually stimulating. The small kitchen is packed full of modern conveniences, including a stainless steel refrigerator with double doors. A large picture window looks out into the scenery. The project of Ana Williamson Architect, this home sits in a residential San Francisco, California, sub division where there are dozens of other modern homes. Since the space also houses a small child, the designs focused on making the home accessible for residents of all ages.

unusual one-storey house

black and gray exterior

black house facade

light green front door

outdoor terrace

entrance hall with a high ceiling

interior of a modern dining room

combination of white and wood in the interior

door between the living room and dining room

modern living room

kitchen interior with island

kitchen top view

island with sink and bar stools

 

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