From tiger stripes to Paris flea-market finds — and a bedroom reminiscent of a Baskin-Robbins flavor! — a classic San Francisco pied-à-terre gets a personality-packed makeover thanks to hometown designers Martha Angus and Katie McCaffrey.More
Designers Martha Angus and Katie McCaffrey added playful touches to the dining room of a San Francisco pied-à-terre — from the tiger-print Clarence House silk velvet on the antique French Empire – style chairs to the cloud-like Oly chandelier. Angus hand-painted the screens in a turquoise-and-yellow design inspired by the work of artist Larry Poons.
In the living room, the designers mixed Benjamin Moore's Decorator's White with Gray Owl to create the ideal neutral. "For a traditional Edwardian home like this," Angus says, "adding gray to bright white keeps it feeling calm." The sofa, in a Weitzner linen, and slipper chairs, in a Nobilis velvet, are by A. Rudin.