Designer and art curator Lauren Geremia, of Geremia Design, designed this apartment in the Mission District of San Francisco for a bachelor. With a Scandinavian feel, the relaxed and bright interior works well for the resident’s lifestyle and desire to entertain. The white walls offer the perfect canvas for a curated art collection by artists, like Noemie Goudal, Tauba Auerbach, and Josef Hoflehner, where each piece works as a contrast to the muted color palette.

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A modular sectional was brought in making different arrangements a possibility when guests are over. The dining chairs stack and the vintage bar cart is mobile when need be.

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The vaulted ceilings showcase original exposed wood beams that bring character to the space, along with using a mixture of vintage and modern furniture pieces.

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A minimalist aesthetic results from clean lines and masculine details that are dotted throughout the space.

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Photos by Aubrie Pick.