An Explosion of Colors: Five-story Townhouse in San Francisco

An Explosion of Colors: Five-story Townhouse in San Francisco

Mark Tracy, interior design consultant for Chemical Spaces, recently sent us his newest project. Here are the photos and information we received: “This five-story townhouse on San Francisco’s famed Lombard street, is designed level by level, each having it’s own distinct feel. The fifth and top floor is a bright, artistic, modern design anchored by a custom HZL Henzel rug on metallic silver hardwood floors with direct views of Alcatraz and the bay. The fourth floor offers a sleek modern kitchen with Scavolini cabinets, beside a lounge with a fireplace surrounded by Italian red porcelain tile. Exposed concrete flooring extends from the kitchen and lounge to the dining area which sits beside a party terrace with views of the city. The third floor hosts the master bedroom and bath, while the first and second floors open to a dance-club-like party area. The stand-out features include a steel catwalk with glass flooring, 160” retractable movie screen, bar with built-in 80’s-style arcade game, RGB LED dance club lighting, and fifteen 60” squares of custom art and mirrors which float up the walls and ceiling, each back-lit with LED lighting.” [Photography: David Marquardt]

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3 comments

  • James June 23, 2011 at 07:57 AM Login to Reply →

    These pictures are fantastic, lighting is amazing, furniture in room are looks exactly made for the room,
    and the interior wall decorations are awesome

  • Clay Stephens June 23, 2011 at 10:39 AM Login to Reply →

    Great use of color and color combinations. The lighting design is wonderful, tool! Love the orange and red mix.

  • Minimal June 24, 2011 at 08:58 AM Login to Reply →

    This house having dramatic color in every corners. Espesially, every pictures on the walls.