Natural light pours through the living and dining spaces thanks to the large, circular skylight above. Colorful artwork receives special attention with gallery lighting and separate niches for each collection.
Designed to be a feast for the senses, the Gallery at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015 features a tufted velvet bench, hand-painted wallpaper on the ceiling, a table made from reclaimed white oak beams and a light fixture anchored to the ceiling by gold casts of designer Lizette Marie Bruckstein's own arms.
Built-in, open shelving helps to visually open the small kitchen, and strategically placed gallery lighting makes artwork of even the tableware. To break up the monotony of the all-white palette, the design team introduced a variety of textures, including plank board behind the shelving and subway tile behind the range. Dark pulls contrast with the white cabinetry.
Sliding barn doors lead to the master bathroom where artwork cleverly screens the glass front water closet. Brass gallery-style lighting, a contemporary sculpture and "wavy" cabinetry all add up to a very sophisticated look.