The designer of this modern home's interior incorporated the owners' extensive art collection and created installations throughout the space. Here, a cheeky 'Eat Me' sign floats above the kitchen's peek-through window.
A closer look at the breakfast nook reveals a round table surrounded by Gustavian-style chairs. The throw over the banquette was designed by Curtis Kulig and nods to the owner's contemporary art collection.
This elegant dining room is designed to showcase this homeowner's priceless collections. From an exotic art collection to antique fine china, the white walls in this home shines the spotlight on these elegant collector's pieces.
The homeowners are avid art collectors and this niche in the millwork serves as the focal point of a gallery hallway designed to showcase larger pieces of their collection. Venetian plaster is used behind the sculpture to add a interesting velvety texture without distracting from the art.
More is more in this eclectic living room with a focus on art and curated collections. The design includes saturated colors from the wall art to the throw pillows on the sofa tucked between neutral modern shelves, with dark green patterned arm chairs perfectly paired with a large foundational coffee table.
The entire sunroom was painted the same neutral color to effectively make the traditional art collection stand out. The Victorian floor tile is a focal point, so smaller sisal rugs were specified for the seating areas.
When Leyden and Lazhar first found the apartment in 2003, the former factory had just been converted into apartments, and they were the home’s first residents. Describing his design aesthetic as, “art-curated, layered, modernism,” Leyden embarked on a design journey in the space which has continued to this day centering - of course - around the couple’s extensive collection of art, which can be found on nearly every surface and adorning every wall.
A marble tub deck and subway tile surround add classic detail to this modern-eclectic master bath. Black and white photography brings in a graphic element. The homeowner's art collection is showcased throughout the renovated penthouse.
“I’m an art lover and an artist at heart,” Gladys says about her extensive use of art in her design aesthetic. Arguably, the family room houses an even more impressive collection than the living room. Abstract paintings of all sizes sit alongside Italian posters, hand-carved stools, larger-than-life statues and a variety of sculpture. At the center of it all: a beautifully designed console and striking side table blur the line between furniture and art.
The background of this chef's kitchen was kept visually interesting but neutral in color. This allows for the vibrant Alabrije collection of statues from Oaxaca, Mexico to be celebrated to the fullest, added pops of color throughout the space.
A wide open living space becomes a tribute to the owners' art collection, showing off objects and finds from all over the world. The blue sofas are a energizing zing of color in the mostly neutral room.
Dark blue walls add rich elegance to this contemporary living room, providing the perfect backdrop for the white sofa, patterned accent pillows and art collection. A gray and white graphic rug adds another fun layer of pattern.
A pair of sculptural sofas create visual movement in the art-filled modern living room at the 2016 San Francisco Decorator Showcase. Simple white walls keep the focus on the impeccable art collection and stunning views of the San Francisco Bay.