(Welcome to Jessica, who is trying out for a spot on the AT SF editorial team. Enjoy her post!)
Ever take a moment to check out your local BART station? Powell Street has that long hallway of glossy, stark white subway tiles that makes you want to run your hand along the length of the wall like a five year-old. Embarcadero claims the sightly blackened concrete walls with a series of concrete geometric arcs that speaks of grandiose art deco era architecture. If you take the time to look around as you run...
...for the next train, you might notice some amazing architectural details, or perhaps an interesting combination of colors that might inspire your next accent wall!
The 24th Street Mission station sports some tile work that would make for a sophisticated mod palette for a living room that we're digging. What is your favorite oft-overlooked mass transit décor?