Hayward Park Highlights

Sun Room

This very old Bromeliad makes multiple flowers now. Grade school art projects are displayed on vintage shelving.

The antique African chair was found at the Alameda Antiques and Collectibles Fair.

Living Room 

The print of the Pompidou Center is by British artist Toby Neilan and the brass and glass sculpture was found at Stuff in SF.

Floating living room shelves were inserted next to a massive brick fireplace.

Crosses and icons collected over time hang on a small slice of wall between windows.

Vintage and mixed patterns include Guatemalan and Mexican pillow covers. The throw is from the 1960’s.

Religious iconography is displayed throughout the home.

A mixture of photography, prints and fine art make up a gallery display.

Master Bedroom

The vintage Italian wardrobe is used every single day – but even without anything on it, the form is beautiful. The vintage glass Murano bowl holds jewelry and the black and white photo was found at a flea market in the Jordaan neighborhood in Amsterdam.

An antique Chinese leather-covered art box stands in as a bedside table. The modern pharmacy lamps are used for reading.

The Mid-Century buffet is used in place of a dresser.

 Hallway

Vintage Moroccan pendant light.

Laundry Room

A collection of vintage Mexican Ex-Votos on a brightly painted wall.

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