House Tour: Anonymous's Potrero Hill Loft

House Tour: Anonymous's Potrero Hill Loft

leslie
Jan 8, 2008
Name: Anonymous Location: Potrero Hill, SF Size: 850 sq. ft. Anonymous would love people's feedback on the following questions: What is your take on the classic pieces... I know mid-century has been hot the past few years; however, I've tried to mix classic mid-century with modern to even things out. The reason I've gone modern is that I did not want to have to update my furniture every 3-5 years. When do you think the mid-century fad will be over? Also, do you think my place is too minimalist? Years lived in: 4 Months (in 07/06) Inspiration: I wanted to be able to come home to a fun yet simple environment that shows off my personality. My style: Modern Minimalist with Mid-Century accents with a splash of color. Favorite room: They're all my favorite. However, if I were to pick I would have to say the bedroom... because it serves two purposes... one to sleep and the other as my home office. Most talked-about element: My hanging artwork and the stainless steel counter-high table in the kitchen. Most embarrassing element: None really. Well, maybe the fireplace... it would be great to remove it but that's another project years down the road. Proudest DIY: I installed maple wood floors in my bedroom. Dream source: dwell and Modernism Magazine. Reality source: Mscape, DWR, Zinc Details, Kartell. Best advice: Don't be afraid to add color to your place. Found treasure: I bought this really nice Sapien look-alike vertical bookshelf on Craigslist for $60... I love it. Had forever: Nothing really. When I moved to the new place I bought all new furniture and artwork. Just got: I bought these really cool bathroom accessories -- A Q-Tip holder in green and a towel holder in orange. I purchased them from Waterworks in downtown SF... the colors match the Italian tiles on the bathroom floor. Thanks, Anonymous!
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