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Property Porn: A Newly Renovated Inner Richmond Victorian for $3.7M

A top-to-bottom renovation has brought this Victorian home from turn-of-the-century to 21st Century.

Property Porn: $4.25M Stanley Saitowitz Gem in Berkeley

Bay Areans who love a modern project from locally renowned architect Stanley Saitowitz will find much to drool over in this Berkeley home.

Sneak Peek: Silicon Valley Modern Home Tour

Calling all design and architecture buffs! The Silicon Valley Modern Home Tour (Saturday, May 16) opens the doors to some historic Midcentury houses you won't want to miss.

One Designer's Cheap-Chic Approach to the Classic SF Victorian

Savannah Roberts' bedroom is impeccable. Located on the top floor of an old Victorian building, the space is classic San Francisco, balancing new and old, purchased and homemade. A designer for Homepolish, Savannah is as savvy with power tools as she is with choosing and styling the perfect flea market find. She painted and reupholstered quite a few worn furnishings to give them new life, and her personal touch is evident everywhere in the room. Plus, she's found cool ways to organize her space without breaking the bank—we love her solution to SF's notorious lack of closets! Her home is a “reflection of so many great memories,” and it feels exactly like that as soon as you enter.

Eche Martinez Launches New Interior Design Firm

In January, San Francisco designer Eche Martinez, who calls Pac Heights home, launched his eponymous interior design firm. As his trademark, the Buenos Aires native uses rich color and bold modern canvases to bring a space to life.

Inside the Instagram-Worthy House of Woodworker Aleksandra Zee

For our first installment of Instagram-worthy homes, we look to the cozy space of lumber queen Aleksandra Zee, who wields wood into the highly covetable geometric triangles and rectangular panels seen at Monk's Kettle, Intermix, and other creative spaces around the city.

SF-Based StyleVISA Curates The World

For those with perpetual wanderlust, a new SF-based website, StyleVISA, can provide a temporary travel fix. The site features finds from France, Sweden, New Zealand, Japan, Africa, Mexico, Tunisia, Canada and across the US, ranging from home goods to skincare to accessories. Each product has a story and a complimentary Tumblr blog extends the StyleVISA trip via inspirational world photography.

Greenhouse Design Studio: Healthy Home, Happy Heart

Beautiful. Affordable. Sustainable. That was Laurie Furber's checklist when she sought to create a web company centered around interior design. Done, done, and done. Berkeley-based Greenhouse Design Studio is dedicated to shopping, learning, and organizing your green home. It's also a resource center and inspiration hub. All the while, a charming user experience makes you want to clean out your home and fill it back up with earth-friendly finds.

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