An "Unexpected and Confident" Oakland Loft

An "Unexpected and Confident" Oakland Loft

Nora Taylor
Apr 14, 2016
(Image credit: Photos by Julia Sperling)

Project by: Jacqueline Palmer
Location: Oakland, California

With exposed beams, a spiral staircase and 1,200 square feet Jacqueline had a pretty fantastic starting point. She was able to mix really well chosen pieces of different styles to create a home that is welcoming and stylish.

(Image credit: Photos by Julia Sperling)
(Image credit: Photos by Julia Sperling)

From Jacqueline: An eclectic and collected loft located in the heart of Oakland, this contemporary project was designed for a client who acquired a blank canvas space and needed the right designer's touch to make the house a home. The design is unexpected and confident with elements of rich texture and reflective details. Geometric patterns contrast vintage decor, amidst the polished concrete floors and reclaimed beams. The home features a curated assortment of furniture styles that are brought together by the client’s personal collections of art and artifacts.

(Image credit: Photos by Julia Sperling)
(Image credit: Photos by Julia Sperling)

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Thanks, Jacqueline Palmer !

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