Inspired by the 1920’s and ’30s homes of Chicago society architect David Adler, a San Francisco couple hired architect Charlie Barnett Associates to built their 11,500 dream home on an acre-and-a-half-property in an enclave south of the city. For the interiors, the wife enlisted the legendary designer Miles Redd. However, she was not interested in his signature bold and colorful whimsey, instead gravitating towards a subdued color palette, well-mannered antiques, traditional fabrics, and simple lines. The result is a timeless, classic home that is positively breathtaking. Photography by Roger Davies from the January 2015 issue of Architectural Digest. Captions by Mimi Read.
So beautiful, I just love everything Miles Redd does! To see more of this elegant and traditional home, please visit Architectural Digest, and to see more of Redd’s work, I recommend The Big Book of Chic.