Project Description

This Piedmont interior design project was featured in the San Francisco Chronicle in the Home Design section. Read the article >

Our philosophy on interior design for stately, historic homes: You and your home are in a relationship. From the moment you buy it, you are the steward. To do the job well, it is important to be mindful of the house itself; the way it has changed over the decades, or century-plus; to know its bones, how it breathes. If you are a new owner of one of these classic beauties, it can be beneficial to live in the home for at least a little while first, for you to get to know each other, to learn what it needs, and what you need, before you start renovating and decorating. If you take the time to listen, you might “hear” what the house wants… Click here to read more about our design process

Our design for this Historic Piedmont Tudor home demonstrates the “New Tradish;” where grand old houses are not so stuffy anymore. We partnered with the new owners of this historically significant architectural classic in Piedmont (one of the “Three sisters,” a trio of Jacobian Tudors designed by architect Houghton Sawyer, and built in 1923) to create a home that is both elegant and warm, and reflective of the vibrant lifestyle and contemporary tastes of a young, growing family… Read more and view BEFORE photos >

Construction: McCutcheon Construction

Photographer: Eric Rorer