San Francisco-based interior design firm Decorist has recently moved into a new office space in the city’s historic Presidio.
Our office is in an old military headquarters in the historic Presidio in San Francisco. The area has very distinct Spanish-inspired architecture and we wanted to preserve and incorporate elements of each into the final design.
Our lead designer, Ashley Redmond transformed the drab 80’s-styled cubicles and walls of frosted glass into, a Spanish-inspired space with a casual, bohemian vibe. In the entryway, for example, a large navy velvet sofa feels inviting and sophisticated, but the accents, like the pink overdyed rugs and rattan side chairs, give the space an eclectic, creative feel.
Individual office spaces were designed with their occupant in mind. Because many of Decorist’s employees are women, for example, the company’s vice president of engineering, William, got an office with a distinctly more masculine feel. To achieve this, Ashley incorporated elements like a bentwood light fixture, a leather-and-iron armchair, and abstract artwork.
Our CEO & Founder, Gretchen Hansen’s office combines a touch of modern, vintage and eclectic all in one stunning space. Rue Magazine, calls our space a “showstopper.”
Photography: Aubrie Pick