Tuesday, April 7, 2015

House Tour | Lauren Ranes



A lovely house tour in store for you today ... this one from the talented San Francisco-based interior designer Lauren Ranes. She's created a serene yet memorable space in this Presidio Heights home:




Just look at that centered oversized doorknob on that stunning ebony-painted door!




With panelled grey grasscloth in the Master bedroom, Lauren has achieved a luxe boutique hotel feel:




Ok - a built in coffee machine and a shelf of ready-to-go mugs takes morning luxuries to another level!




Now this last amenity really takes the cake - a stunning retractable glass skylight that literally takes you from indoors to the incredible outdoor rooftop deck seamlessly.




Pretty incredible home isn't it? I would move in without changing a thing! To see more from Lauren Rane Interior Design, click here.
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8 comments:

leslie said...

What a beautiful home!! Too many wonderful features to list!! thanks for sharing! xo Leslie

Lisa VDR, VDR Designs said...

Absolutely stunning details...the fret patterned wall to wall carpet in the master, the detail on the interior doors, the millwork, the grasscloth, the stair runner, the shower, the retractable roof - the coffee machine in the master bath..very well designed home! Great choice...thanks for featuring! Love your blog...

Deb said...

Love seeing the Schumacher fabric in that beautiful golden yellow and that cobalt tufted sofa really makes a statement.

Lianna@theresnoplacelikehomemke.com said...

absolutely gorgeous - envious of that rooftop deck and that tufted sofa is heaven!

Katy Byrne said...

OH wow that is stunning

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Felt Ball Rug said...

Absolutely gorgeous, down to every last detail. I *love* all of the accent pieces and vibrant colors. Take a look at feltballrug.com for more pieces that match this wonderfully unique style!

SHERRY HART said...

Gorgeous! All of it.

Elise said...

Wow! So inspiring! Do you know what the fabric print is called that you used for the bedside table?

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