Classically modern 1950s pied-a-terre in Nob Hill

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This classically modern 1950′s pied-a-terre is located on San Francisco’s Nob Hill, designed by Leverone Design. Perched above Huntington Park and a stones throw from Grace Cathedral, the building’s multiple steel framed windows give access to extraordinary views. Never wanting to compete with the exceptional urban setting, a neutral gray palette was chosen for the interior’s backdrop. The introduction of oak paneling and the layering of rich deep blue’s add warmth and calm. Soft wools and crisp linens wrap tailored, sophisticated furniture – transforming the previously cold and sterile space into an inviting interior that stands up to its world class location.

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Photos: Lisa Romerein

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