The perfect retreat for an imaginative, active little boy, this fantastic bedroom featured in the San Francisco Decorator Showhouse 2014 features rugged leather, denim, canvas and rope. Designer Regan Baker selected furniture, including a large-scale nomadic tent that is easily moved and rearranged to further encourage active enjoyment of the room.
The original master bedroom had an awkward layout, so designer Regan Baker set out to improve the flow and establish a focal point. She paneled the wall behind the bed to create a textured look and moved the closet behind the bed for better flow. A steel barn door was installed to transition from the bedroom to the bathroom and to tie in to the look seen throughout the home.
Mod open shelving, a freestanding island and a professional-grade range turn the kitchen of this early-1900s home into a functional space for the 21st century. Butcher block countertops are functional but casual. White-painted, original cabinetry with black handles, along with the black-and-white tile floor, add to the retro-chic design.
Intricate millwork and original hardwood floors in this early-1900s home mix with modern furniture and accessories for a pleasing contrast. The palette of soft gray and white is punctuated by a graphic woven rug. A fiddle leaf fig tree placed in the corner adds a lively presence to the historic home.
Traditional architecture and contemporary furniture and accessories come together in this sunny transitional living room. A coral side table and throw provide vibrant bursts of color in the mostly neutral space.
In this nursery, neutral walls and minimal decor keep things relaxed. A mix of modern furniture and printed crib bedding is hip and youthful. Curtains helps dampen noise and light from the adjacent room.