We're all familiar with the transformative power of color, but one of our personal favorite ways to transform a space is with art. Original paintings, one-off sketches, and unique photography are instant pick-me-ups for any space that's feeling flat. Art adviser Holly Baxter is very familiar with the influence it has on a room, and her own Pacific Heights home (featured in SFC&G) proves it.
While she kept the original bones of the 1918 building intact (including the architectural moldings and period details), she modernized it with a neutral color palette and contemporary décor throughout. The interior has a slight Parisian feel with that effortless elegance we all crave at home, and the art creates visual intrigue at every turn.