Architecture and interior design firm Jamie Bush & Co. designed a modern house in San Francisco and created an inviting home for a young technology pioneer.
You have a clear view as you enter the back garden and the stairs that connect the different levels of the house. A small hallway painted blue leads people through the dining room and kitchen. Before heading into the dining room and kitchen, however, there is a powder room with an ombre wallpaper and an ox mask.
A delicate pink has been used in the dining room to create a colorful backdrop for the artwork and dining table, shaped like an elongated pebble with a heavily textured, wire-brushed surface, exposing the grain of the blackened oak.
Adjacent to the dining room is the kitchen, which has thick, honed basalt for the back counters and handcrafted tiles are displayed on the backsplash. A bespoke architectural chandelier sits above the stone island. In the living room, a custom-made walnut coffee table was combined with comfortable furniture and a shelf. A sliding door opens to a small outdoor area. Off the living room is an outdoor area with a few chairs and tables. Glass handrails ensure safety and a clear view. The lower lounge opens up to the rear terrace and creates a fun indoor / outdoor area.
There’s a home office with a black accent wall that compliments the desk, while bright artwork and floor-to-ceiling windows keep the space bright. The bedrooms are upstairs in the house. This bedroom combines mid-century design and natural elements for a relaxing environment. The glass-walled rooftop lounge is furnished with a graphic carpet, a soft couch and eucalyptus stools.