This week’s edition of House Calls takes us to San Francisco, California, where Bay Area architecture and design firm Framestudio carefully restored a midcentury ranch home to its former glory.
When the studio took on the project, they revisited what made the 1958 residence remarkable, while avoiding the era’s outmoded signifiers, such as terrazzo and carpeting.
“We’re not staunch preservationists,” explains project designer Chad DeWitt, pointing out trendier touches like the blonde wood in the kitchen and other Scandinavian elements around the house. The result is a modern-yet-functional space that embraces old and new.
Taking inspiration from the stunning home, we sourced the key products—or similar finds—from a few standout rooms so you can bring the look into your own space.
This contemporary high stool is available in three different finishes: ebonized and limed, hand-waxed, and pickled white.
This handcrafted terra cotta bowl is a subtle canvas for displaying succulents or a stack of oranges. Also sold in black.
Let this coffee maker take center stage: The design features a heat-resistant glass pot and reusable stainless steel filter.
Developed in collaboration with designer Børge Mogensen, this solid oak and saddle leather chair is made to order.
This subtle handwoven gray rug is bound to fit almost any room or aesthetic you’re working with. Bonus: It’s currently 30 percent off.
This well-reviewed coffee table features a round silhouette and bent tapered legs. Also available in white oak.
Get this cozy waffled throw, available in seven colors, for an extra 20 percent off right now with code EXTRA20.
Get your mattress off the ground in a sleek, minimalist way with this sturdy matte black iron bed base from CB2.
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