Noe valley (SF) Edwardian mansion
General contractor Caroll Construction
Interior design Heather Peterson Design
Photography Eric Rorer
When this 4,500 sq. ft. Edwardian mansion came up for sale in 2015, the lower floor had long been converted into a doctor's office. The original staircase leading to the well preserved second floor rooms started directly behind the front door, leaving no room for an entry. We reorganized the lower floor layout around a centrally located curved stair topped by a six by ten foot skylight, bringing daylight into the center of structure. On the upper level, four bedrooms are organized around a large
central family room featuring the original coffered ceiling, repainted a deep peacock blue that matches the wall color. Throughout the house we worked with a palette comprising of traditional materials in neutral tones juxtaposed with modern and mid century art and accents to create a vibrant and rich interior.
Published in WSJ march 15, 2022