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 ...
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.
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+.