miércoles, 20 de noviembre de 2013

A Warm SF Home with a Rock ?n Roll Twist


Sally Clark is the Culture and Communication Lead at the innovation and design consultancy IDEO . She also moonlights as a yoga teacher, and runs her own interior styling business, SallyMcb. Her husband, Charlie, brokers commercial real estate loans by day and writes screenplays by night. When it came to decorating their Noe Valley, San Francisco home, they didnt set out with a particular aesthetic in mind. Instead, Sally wanted to create a space that feels reflective of both of their personalities, and is a nice balance of inspiration and relaxation, filled with things they love. Interesting things happen when you mix high and low off the shelf items with meaningful heirlooms, and the result is what Sally describes as an eclectic blend of earthy sophistication with a rock n roll twist. Many thanks to Sally and Charlie, and their friends Christine Hendrickson and Pontus Wahlgren for helping with the photos! ?Anne Image above: The orange Asian lacquered tables are from the Alameda flea market, the chevron throw blanket was knit by my grandmother, and the rug is from Pak Oriental Rugs in San Francisco. The Room and Board sofa folds out into the most comfy bed for guests. Willie makes several appearances throughout our house, most often on the turntable! The paint is Farrow and Ball Cornforth White. The gallery wall includes some of my own paintings, family portraits, and other fun pieces rummaged from estate sales and flea markets. I hope to grow the collection to cover the entire wall. Image above: The bar cart was a steal from Alameda Flea Market and the paint is Farrow and Ball Down Pipe. Their paint is absolutely worth the investment! Click for more inside Sally and Charlies Noe Valley home after the jump! (more)



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