New ADL Residential Project – Lone Mountain

Another project for the books completed! I had the pleasure of working with another set of dream clients, a powerful tech duo, on this year long project located in the Lone Mountain neighborhood of San Francisco. The challenge was keeping up with the clients while they lived abroad in the UK, and the fun was virtually shopping alongside them while they traveled and shopped for rugs and art in the Middle East. The home needed some simple cosmetic updates throughout, but when we got to the Kitchen and Bathroom, we gutted each space and reconfigured the utilities to create the most functional and aesthetic layout for the cozy flat.

Soft, neutral tones in upholstery are met with bright floral patterns in gold and dark reds while glass and metallic details reflect the natural light throughout the space. The classic interior architecture is matched with soft gray walls and shaker style cabinets for a contemporary-eclectic design creating a cohesive flow throughout the home. Artful details in rugs, linens, art, and photography complete the home with a peek inside the couple’s love for travel and culture.

What I love most about this project is the color and texture that fills the home and the personal sentiments seen in every room that creates an intimate yet inviting mood throughout the space.

For more photos and information check out the portfolio page here.

For more photos check out the portfolio page here.

Photography by Julia Sperling.

Ms. Jacqueline P.

Founder, Interior Designer, and Blogger

Recently featured in Design Milk, Luxe Interior and Design, Business Insider, and 7×7, Jacqueline Palmer is a young, multi-creative entrepreneur redefining design and style. Combining an interior design service and a lifestyle brand, she is captivating audiences around the world, and intriguing the evolving industry. Jacqueline began her artistic career in Santa Cruz, California as a painter, photographer, dancer, singer, and model, and moved to San Francisco to pursue a profession in design at the Academy of Art University. During her studies, she styled brand visuals for Williams-Sonoma Inc. while designing at an interiors firm and nannying, working three part-time jobs while enrolled in full-time courses. She also spent a summer abroad in Italy studying art history and architecture where she found a passion for European aesthetic. Upon graduating with a BFA in Interior Architecture and Design, she joined Kendall Wilkinson Design creating high-end custom homes and furniture for private clients. Exhausted of exclusively designing interiors at a traditional firm, Jacqueline launched A Design Lifestyle, to showcase her range of creative abilities and explore multiple design outlets. Her contemporary-eclectic design style can be seen in Bay Area and New York City homes and offices of tech and finance executives. Aside from her growing interior design business, Jacqueline also works in styling, fashion, production, events, travel, and tech. She has also been featured as a host for a home decor video series. In her spare time, Jacqueline volunteers for non-profits in San Francisco and Tanzania

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