clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

1908 San Francisco Home Gets Gorgeous Modern Renovation

Bay Area interior designer Lauren Geremia has designed for Instagram, Dropbox and the like, but her renovation for a 1908 Edwardian house in San Francisco looks nothing like a creative tech office, and that's probably for the best. Instead, Germia drew inspiration from the clients art collection, which includes abstract charcoal prints by noted artist Richard Serra. The palette of the home then was "monochromatic and graphic," Geremia tells MyDomaine, while materials like white poured-concrete counters and planked marble backsplash hone in a sleek, yet slightly edgy look.

Get the full story and product information here.

A Turn-of-the-Century House in San Francisco Gets a Modern Remodel [MyDomaine]