STEP INSIDE ANOTHER SAN JOSE PROJECT...
The concept for this one-bedroom unit was to bring in color through larger pieces while complementing the built-in neutral tones. Gold accents are featured throughout the home for a glamorous look.
For the young professional, the one-bedroom home is where luxury meets utility. A cozy den nestled off the entryway is the perfect place for friends to gather, or to steal a moment for yourself after a day at the office. A sleek, felted sofa elevates the space and while the room currently doubles as an office, the dimensions of the room could easily accommodate a pseudo-second bedroom for guests or a small child.
A rose-hued Revival Rug pulls together the kitchen area, which is anchored by a high table with luxe leather barstools. Whether you’re preparing to make dinner for your family or hosting a dinner party for friends, the wide-open eating area allows extra room to pull up more chairs and extend the occasion.
From the living room, expansive, floor-to-ceiling windows overlook the tower’s amenity deck. We introduced cool tones, such as turquoise and midnight blue to soften the strong architectural features. Currently outfitted with a sofa and two armchairs, the primary living area could easily accommodate more seating. An adjacent bar cart with music moment combines predictable pleasures: a good drink and a system for spinning tunes on vinyl. To pull it all together, we placed a pleated map by Northern Californian artist Dawn Wolfe.
Turn the corner and a modern, worldly bedroom awaits you. By employing minimal color, an opportunity opened to showcase different finishes, from blonde wood nightstands to the shagreen dresser. A wool wall hanging is the focal art piece that plays off of the gray lampshades from local lighting designer Pablo. A unique, 3D-printed table lamp sits atop a low dresser while super-luxe sheets from Matteo make the ideal match for the wingback bed frame clothed in a soothing gray upholstery.