Low-Key Boho in SF's Dogpatch Neighborhood

Photos by Stephanie Russo

Here at Hunker, we gravitate toward homes that are lived in — we like decor that has a story. But sometimes, we make exceptions when we find inspiration in other places. Case in point: The design for this display apartment by Lauren Geremia of San Francisco-based Geremia Design.

She conceptualized this interior for 815 Tennessee, a new condo project in SF's Dogpatch neighborhood. (Clearly, her design won people over because the units are now sold out.) The building itself has an interesting history — it was once the site of an old electrical switch factory. The original 1926 facade still stands, with architectural teams Edmons + Lee and BDE constructing out a modern, 69-residence addition.

Geremia's outfitting of one of the apartments embodies the type of low-key boho look we are constantly pinning, and yet never quite achieving: a balance of textures, cool artwork, and color incorporated in ways that feel natural. Take a look ...

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In this 1,335-square-foot unit, Geremia focused on integrating elements that riff on the vibe of the neighborhood and surroundings. TRNK's customizable Truss sofa provides a comfy space to take in the city view. A Block Shop pillow accents the couch, while a piece by artist David Benjamin Sherry occupies the space above.

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A piece by SF-based artist Rebekah Goldstein sits on top of a narrow table from Studio Dunn. The chair is by Brooklyn-based duo Kristen Wentrcek and Andrew Zebulon.

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With a modern geometric daybed, a scalloped wood side table, and a Noguchi washi paper lamp, the combo of textures and styles in the living room deserves an A+.

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Bar stools from Danish design company Menu and Workstead's Lodge pendant offer interesting contrasts to the stark-white kitchen.

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Opting to go sans hardware with the kitchen cabinetry (designed by Sozo Studio) contributes to the space's streamlined feel.

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A minimalist built-in offers a surface that could be a workspace, vanity, or bar. The sculptural piece hanging on the wall is by SF-based artist Andy Vogt (chair by Los Angeles-based Estudio Persona).

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In the bedroom, a Lawson-Fenning bed embraces the cane trend. The pillows are from Los Angeles-based sister duo Block Shop.

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Side tables from Anthropologie are reflected in a round, frameless mirror from IKEA.


Kate Santos

Kate Santos

After interning at Dwell magazine in San Francisco, Kate began writing about arts, design and culture for other national publications. She is based in Los Angeles and San Francisco.