Interior designer Benedetta Amadi, one of Homepolish’s 170 U.S. designers, became her own client when she designed her own San Francisco pad, which included completely changing the layout, renovating the master bathroom, new floors, and adding built-ins. The result is a light-filled home with subtle hues, modern and mid-century furnishings, and collected treasures from around the world.
The muted palette utilizes plenty of white to help keep the space light and airy. Plants, warm woods, and plenty of textures were incorporated to create a cozy feel throughout the apartment. The brown leather Sirocco Safari chairs were purchase on eBay and are by Arne Norell.
The photographs in the living room are by Lyle Owerko depicting the Samburu tribe and were the only thing that Amadi and her now husband had on their wedding registry this past September. That clearaudio turntable is what music dreams are made of!
The gorgeous console was designed and built by Organic Modernism years ago.
The old yellow bamboo floors were ripped out and replaced with reclaimed wood from an old Oakland barn, which Amadi whitewashed.
Colorful vintage pillows from Marrakesh pop against the all-white banquet in the dining room.
An X-Large Bubble Chandelier from PELLE Designs hangs above the Knoll Saarinen dining table.
Custom cabinets in a soft gray span the bedroom wall.
Hexagonal tiles from Cle Tile cover the bathroom floors and some of the walls.
Stunning wallpaper from Eskayel covers the second bathroom’s walls.
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Photos by Aubrie Pick.