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Beautiful family home capturing views over the San Francisco skyline

Mediterranean Style Entry

This gorgeous family home was designed by Niche Interiors, perched on the top of Pacific Heights, a posh neighborhood of San Francisco, California. The family of three commissioned the designers to help create their vision for this new 7,000 square foot, three level home. Designed to showcase 180 degree views of the San Francisco Bay, this stunning pad boasts expansive living space for indoor-outdoor entertaining.

Above: The ottomans that can be seen in the entryway were sourced from Plantation Design.

Contemporary Home Design-Living Room

Above: A custom rug grounds the formal living room, which features contemporary furniture and artwork and a mix of sumptuous fabrics and luxe metals.

Sources: The music artwork on the wall is from artist Katina Huston, available through Dolby Chadwick Gallery.

Contemporary Home Design-Furniture

What We Love: This family home exemplifies truly beautiful work by the designers, offering a cohesive and lovely environment. The interior living spaces are full of subtle and quiet beauty; terrifically edited. The outdoor spaces offer a fantastic escape despite being in the heart of the city… and those views, spectacular!!

Readers, what do you think of this family home? Are there any particular details that caught your eye? Anything you would have liked to have seen done differently? Let us know in the Comments below!

Contemporary Home Design-Living Room

Above: The patterned area rug is from Stark Carpet.

Contemporary Home Design-Living Room

Contemporary Home Design-Dining Room

Above: The dining room is adjacent to the living room, infused with drama thanks to metallic wallpaper and a statement chandelier. The custom dining table expands to seat 14 for poker parties and holiday dinners.

Sources: The custom dining table is accented by side chairs are from Plantation Design, while the head chairs are from Caste. The exquisite chandelier illuminating the table is from Lindsey Adelman.

Contemporary Home Design-Dining Room

Contemporary Home Design-Staircase

Contemporary Home Design-Playroom

Above: A bold geometric rug, graphic wallpaper, and mid-century furniture lend a fun vibe to the playroom.

Contemporary Home Design-Outdoor Patio

Contemporary Home Design-Playroom

Above: The ottoman poufs are from Bernhardt Design.

Contemporary Home Design-Playroom

Contemporary Home Design-Playroom

Contemporary Home Design-Playroom

Above: The wallpaper is from Graham & Brown.

Contemporary Home Design-Kitchen Nook

Above: The kitchen nook feature the 14.14 Fourteen Pendant Chandelier from Bocci.

Contemporary Home Design-Family Room

Above: The family room furniture layout capitalizes on the spectacular view, with a sectional sofa facing Alcatraz while still providing a comfortable spot to watch movies.

Contemporary Home Design-Outdoor Deck

Contemporary Home Design-Fireplace

Contemporary Home Design-Master Bedroom

Above: The cool muted color palette continues in the master bedroom, with a custom platform bed, textural grasscloth from Phillip Jeffries, wool drapes and silk area rug.

Contemporary Home Design-Master Bedroom Sitting Area

Above: The chair is by Ralph Pucci, while the ottoman is custom designed for the space.

Contemporary Home Design-Master Bedroom

Contemporary Home Design-Master Bathroom

Above: The countertop material in the master bedroom is Caesarstone.

Contemporary Home Design-Bathroom

Contemporary Home Design-Kids Bedroom

Above: The daybed and the accent pillows were sourced from West Elm.

Contemporary Home Design-Kids Bedroom

Contemporary Home Design-Guest Bedroom

Contemporary Home Design-Furniture

Contemporary Home Design-Bathroom

Photos: Thomas Kuoh Photography

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Brandon Sims

Pretty, but bland – as is the fashion for many today.

No art?

The terrace to me is the best as the plants show life.