Interior designer Steven Favreau of
Favreau Design created a sleek, airy look for this four-story home in San Francisco’s Noe Valley neighborhood, using floor-to-ceiling glass panels and contemporary furnishings to highlight the stunning views and allow the owner to enjoy the home’s many outdoor spaces. 64
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The home’s main floor has an open plan that allows for optimal entertaining with the living room at the center. The furnishings are neutral and sleek with pops of orange, the client’s favorite color.
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The rear of the home completely opens to the outdoors at each level with integrated NanaWall systems. Ipe decking and a glass rail gives a modern feel and allows the owner to enjoy the stunning views and sunsets indoors or out.
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The main floor stretches the entire length of the home. Behind the living space is a kitchen and a large pantry that is concealed behind cabinetry to allow for ample storage without visually impeding the eye or giving a feeling of clutter. The dining room accommodates a table that seats up to 18 in case of large sit-down dinners.
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A small area above the front door on the main landing was turned into a simple workspace for the family.
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The color scheme for the master bedroom was inspired by the sky. A NanaWall lengthens the room and opens to a large patio that allows for sunbathing and yoga—two of the client’s favorite pastimes.
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The master bathroom was designed to feel like a luxury spa, inspired by the client’s stays at hotels around the world. The large sandy toned tile was chosen to evoke a tranquil beach setting and allows for the views to take center stage. The steam shower was a must-have for the client.
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The media room, located on the lower level of the home, was designed for more casual entertaining. The color palette reflects the earth tones from the garden. A NanaWall extends the already large room into the backyard for indoor/outdoor living.
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The media room also features a multi-purpose space for movie night, card games and crafting. Instead of fixed movie-style seating, the client wanted sofas that could be moved throughout the space to allow for flexible seating arrangements.
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A guest bedroom on the lower level of the house was made to feel light and airy with a custom window system specifically designed for the home.
Photography by Klara Ridder.