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Project Reveal: Baker Street Condo

Caitlin Flemming Design - Living Room

Every once in a while, a project comes along that just works, where all the pieces fall into place with ease. That was the case with the Baker Street project. I’m pleased to let you know it is live on Rue Daily as well Homepolish. This was a labor of love that worked at every step. A big part of that was the great relationship that was developed with the clients. Let me take you on an armchair tour of the Baker Street project!

Caitlin Flemming Design - Living Room 3
Caitlin Flemming Design - Living Room 2

Window Treatments: The Shade Store

Chairs: Knoll

Caitlin Flemming Design - Living Room

When the clients first met with me at the tail end of the construction process, I wanted to make sure that every room had a cohesive graphic black, white and gray palette to highlight their growing art collection. Since they had spent so much time and effort building the perfect space, the clients wanted to make sure that all the details that were chosen had the same amount of precision, attention to detail, and cohesive style that the construction did. I focused on an aesthetic with clean lines that would help to make the narrow rooms feel generous but that balanced modern with warm and inviting. I didn’t want a cookie-cutter house: so we mixed unique, vintage pieces, high-end new, and inexpensive basics.

The use of black, white, and gray throughout the house helped to keep the entire space more cohesive and allowed the focus to be on the couple’s growing art collection.

Caitlin Flemming Design - Foyer

Adding a game table in the foyer and plants out the lead glass windows, the light of San Francisco can shine in to greet its owners.

Caitlin Flemming Design - Kitchen 3
Caitlin Flemming Design - Kitchen 2

The kitchen was already completed when I came into the picture. The previous kitchen had been closed off and the new one opens up to the dining and family room. With the cool Carrara marble counters and white and gray cabinets, it fits in perfectly with our neutral palette.

Caitlin Flemming Design - Family Room 1
Caitlin Flemming Design - Family Room 2

Window Treatments: The Shade Store

Sofa: DWR

Coffee Table: Rove Concepts

Caitlin Flemming Design - Dining Room

Chairs: Cherner

Painting: Michelle Tholen

When designing a small home, it’s important to keep the palette consistent so the rooms flow into one another. I prefer them to be a lighter color and avoid clutter by having a streamlined style that works throughout the house. For example, in the foyer, we placed a game table that has Lucite legs and a glass top. The end result created an airy and open room that doesn’t close in on you. The entire home was painted in Benjamin Moore Winter White and this makes it feel much larger than it actually is.

A huge thank you to my amazing clients for letting me share their beautiful home with all of you. Pop over to Rue Daily to take a look at the before photos!

Photos by Suzanna Scott | Architecture by Five Design


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