Skip to content

Houzz Tour: Edwardian Flat Opens Up for More Light and Better Flow Removing 7 walls and adding clerestory windows brighten this 1905 San Francisco home and propel it into modern times

Coming home from a tech-industry job to an apartment whose interiors were stuck firmly in the past wasn’t working for this homeowner. Previous owners had removed much of the original architectural details of the 1905 Edwardian home but had left intact the long corridor layout and filled the space with colors and cabinetry that felt more at home in the 1980s. The homeowner hired interior designer Jeni Gamble for help, and she set to work removing walls to open and modernize the space and let light flow through from end to end.
Published inDesignInterior design

Be First to Comment

Leave a Reply