Name: Scott, Marie & Wainwright
Profession: Entrepreneur/Journalist/Shiba Inu
Size: 2600 sq ft
Type: 3 bedroom house built in 1900
Years lived in: 5
Ever notice how the homes in most decor magazine photo spreads never look like they are inhabited by actual people? One of the (many) beauties of Scott and Marie's Castro home is that, despite the fact that many of the rooms could easily grace the pages of a magazine, the feeling one gets upon entering is of a home well lived in.
My/Our style: Castaways from the best garbage pick-up day in Tribeca
Inspiration: That undiscovered eclectic English uncle that has yet to rear his head. Or Michael Tobey.
Favorite Element: BDDW osage orange credenza.
Biggest Challenge: Challenge? None…pure fun.
What Friends Say: How long can we stay?
Biggest Indulgence: Living in SF.
Dream source: Gio Ponti chairs….unfortunately they so rarely get left out on the sidewalk in NYC.
Front living Room: Paintings by Julie Chang, chandelier by Lindsey Adelman.
Back Living Room: Photography by Damon Sneed, credenza by BDDW.
Dining Room: Black Walnut Dining Room table with Bronze legs by Luke Bartels @ re/find furniture.
Upstairs Foyer: Hand painted geometric wallpaper by Tim Balon.
Office: Art by Clare Rojas and Barry McGee
Master Bedroom: Art by Nathan Stapley, couch by Ligne Roset, painting by Julie Chang.
(Images: Lily Gahagan for Apartment Therapy)