Burlingame Residence

Living Room

A Couple with two small children wanted to accessorize their home with fun and interesting objects and art that reflected their style and that their children could also enjoy.

Antique pharmacy jars hold items the children have collected. They add to them and subtract from them whenever they choose.

Kitchen

The over-sized china hutch was disassembled, re-painted and re-purposed for use as a console. It now serves as a bar area for the family when entertaining, and an ever-changing art gallery for the couple’s two young children.

Vintage liquor bottles and jars hold an assortment of whimsical treasure.

Placed in a kitchen nook, an antique desk and chair, along with groupings of vintage jars, make up the daughter’s art table where she draws, paints, and creates on a daily basis.

Art on the kitchen wall came from a local gallery featuring San Francisco Bay Area artists.

Front Porch

As a break from the usual old front porch bench or standard rattan, vintage Italian aluminum bistro chairs were paired with a weathered antique table.

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