One of the most famous american interior designers, Ken Fulk, recently designed a model luxury residence in Sillicon Valley for the Harrison, a condominium building in SOMA, a well-known neighborhood in San Francisco. Not necessarily hi-tech concept, this opulent retreat is all about modern environment for the new digital class.
The 298-unit luxury condominium aims to be a serene retreat: “It should feel beautiful and comforting”, said the american decorator and event planner from California.
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We can say that in this project every detail counts: a very elegant yet welcoming rooms. For the modern living room, a neutral color palette was chosen to not shut down the incredible views for the Bay Bridge, it allows a better appreciation of the breathtaking scenery. The warm mix of browns and grays keeps the sophistication without being cold. The tufted leather sectional sofa takes center stage and the fun giraffe-print rug.
To spice a little bit, the club was decorated with sexy furnishings and quirky collectibles. “I certainly had a character in mind when I designed this space, I wanted to represent the explorer, the adventurer in all of us.”, explained Fulk as inspiration for this eclectic room in glamorous emerald green and black and gold accents.
To keep the harmony, the club’s dining room is highlighted by a tiger-print wingback chair and incredible vintage leather dining chairs to unleash the adventure feeling.
Without being boring, the suede chocolate wallpaper by Philip Jeffries gives to the master master bedroom a cozy feeling along with the pop of orange in the armchair covered by Hermès fabric and in the curtains. The classic lamps are Ralph Lauren that light up the sapce in a elegant way.
The kitchen also breathes glamour and luxury. Custom gray cabinets pairing with gold metal details play nice with the stainless steel appliances, a wonderful set that tell us to not be afraid of mixing metals. On top, the Carrara marble counters keep things light and bright.
The showstoping lobby, also called Grand Salon features cerused-oak walls and built-in shelves from bottom to the ceiling, and absolutely makes a statment as entrance. But the real main focus is the exquisite floor, made from different types of marble, which was inspired by Fulk’s trip to India. “I saw all these intricate, beautiful patterns in palaces. They felt old yet modern”. The shiny patchwork floor in this space is made up of three different types of marble.
The bath keeps the kitchen’s style, brass hardware paired with gray cabinets and marble counters.
Ken Fulk has been in the interior design business for more than 20 years, and he is renowned for his exuberant and layered interiors and over-the-top parties. We can’t wait to see more from his outstanding decoration projects!
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