A Historic San Francisco House Gets a Modern — and Kid-proof — Update
A mouse. That was the palette reference that San Francisco-based designer Chloe Warner of Redmond Aldrich was given for a family’s 1925 Edwardian-style home in the city Pacific Heights neighborhood. The clients, who have two young children, had asked for a space that felt calm and textural, allowing their art collection and the house’s unique architectural character to shine; colors would be limited to muted beige, gray and blonde tones. And, of course, the materials had to be family-friendly, too.