Medium Plenty gave this Edwardian home, built in 1906 with incredible views of the Golden Gate Bridge and the bay, a renovation that focused on a modern aesthetic with a traditional color palette. Another key factor was to take into consideration the homeowner’s art collection.
The Cow Hollow renovation focused on the kitchen and a bathroom, with the kitchen keeping a clean, white feel with minimal adornment. The white was paired with rich wood floors making the space feel warm.
The cabinets, walls, and ceiling are all white with simple shelves replacing the upper cabinets.
A bar is hidden behind doors revealing an almost all black space which contrasts all of the white in the surrounding kitchen.
Since the house has unbelievable views of San Francisco, they installed a long, horizontal window above the countertops letting the view take the stage.
Small pieces of art are placed throughout the space.
Loving this textured white tile that covers the walls. It almost looks like wrinkled paper.
In the bathroom on the full-height cabinetry, they partially covered it with a photographic print overlay that lets the wood grain still show through.
The bathroom has the same clean aesthetic as the kitchen but they incorporated really gorgeous textured tiles that bring dimension to the space.
Photos by Melissa Kaseman.