Ethereal white curtains, deep sea green walls, and simple white bedding accented by the blue quilt and vintage lumbar pillow give this bedroom a calm and stylish look. Vintage Lane side tables as nightstands brings a touch of mid-century style to the design. White cube lamp frames on thin stands fit the light look.
After Sheila Bridges was done with it, however, the room was anything but bland—she turned the reception area into a welcome room for dogs and their walkers, then dubbed it, “Le Salon Des Chiens.” Wall art celebrates the relationship between humans and canines, while a dog tub and a table covered in treats tops it all off. This mudroom is truly a pet’s paradise.
Designer Pamela Babey with BAMO created a vignette for the 2017 San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show styled after a romantic Venetian garden, set in the morning after a lavish party. The space included a custom-designed de Gournay wallpaper. A silk throw from Maison Tenn20 is on a Danish painted daybed. The Aubusson tapestry billowing over the table and onto the ground is through Peter Pap.
Making the most of a large room front and center when you enter through the front door, Steele turned it into a sitting room where some of her extensive art collection is highlighted. Her entire home has been a work in progress. The previous homeowner neglected the space, giving it over to his pets and allowing the home to fall into serious disrepair. Steele has opened the home up, added an upstairs addition, added a sunroom with raised ceiling and infused it with light and a distinctly feminine touch that blends modern elements and her unique point of view.