High on the San Francisco hill overlooking the Presidio, this pre-world war I apartment was transformed to meet the standards of a young bachelorette.

Vintage moldings, tile, plumbing and floors were used as a spring board to set the tone of a "pretty in pink" palette. Playful and sassy would be the theme for this space.

A sofa from Johnathan Adler in light blue was selected to bring in the vast sky which was in abundance from the view in the living room. Since the windows were large, the room was extremely bright, so the light was damped by a tabacco colored grass cloth wall paper and wool carpet. 

Midcentury furniture was used in every room for its playful nature. A brass bar cart was found at a local antique dealer Monument.

A nod the the client's southern roots was accomplished with Magnolia covered wallpaper by Osbourne and Little.

Contemporary art by Art SpiegelmanCarolyn MeyerGreg DraslerMarc Lambrects and Samuel Flemming Lewis, and Rex Ray adorned the walls of this fun and fresh space.

 Photos by Ed Ritger