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Project of the Week

Moody Mission Victorian by Regan Baker Design

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Situated in one of San Francisco’s oldest neighborhoods, this 19th-century Queen Anne home by Regan Baker Design is equal parts moody and quirky. Designed for a candy store owner, the space is sociable, fun and filled with dramatic, unexpected details (beginning with a bubblegum machine in the foyer!).

Take a quick tour of this project below.

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“In the years since his move to San Francisco, our client had launched a successful career in sales and cultivated an equally engaging social circle”, said Regan Baker.

“After purchasing the home, he reached out to us for help extending his edgy personal style throughout the space. We introduced a mix of elevated-yet-comfortable furnishings, dramatic, patterned wall coverings, and moody details.”

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The client’s favourite colour takes many forms, shades and finishes throughout the home - from the deep green office and jewel-toned living space, to the more subtle moss bedroom curtains and mint fabrics. Even the gumball machine only holds green gumballs!

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We introduced a mix of elevated-yet-comfortable furnishings, dramatic, patterned wall coverings, and moody details.
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“We sourced comfortable, relaxed furniture,” said Regan.

“In the living room, a charcoal sofa with modern lines is grounded by a pair of oak and brass coffee tables. Green velvet side chairs flank a wide bay window, drawing on tones in the cheeky photograph mounted above the sofa.”

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Regan Baker leads Regan Baker Design with 17 years of experience in Interior Architecture and Design. She firmly believes that design should be comfortable, modern, and personal, and she strives to bring these aspects to every project she works on.

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