Making The Most Of An Incredible View At The HarrisonAuthor:Philip Ferrato
Best known for a style that verges on Boho chic with a modern edge, designer Kirsten Pike recently renovated a 2-bedroom unit on the 19th floor of The Harrison, one of San Francisco’s South Beach neighborhood’s newest and most luxurious condominium projects.
In a white-to-grey palette that shifts with the light on the Bay, this is an elegant, welcoming interior with a strong character, holding its own against the view.
What We Love: That paneled wall. Plus having the wit to choose a white leather Eames lounge and Jacobsen “Ant” chairs.
Textures: In the master bedroom above, a rippling Schumacher wall covering, a grey-stained and cerused bed frame, polished marble, and a carved, gilt artifact from a south American church.
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