Thursday, September 1, 2011

TREVOR AND ALEXIS TRAINA ~ DESIGN ON PACIFIC HEIGHTS

When Trevor and Alexis Traina saw this Georgian home at the peak of Pacific Heights, they knew that they had found their home. It took three years to renovate the 107-year-old home that overlooks San Francisco Bay and the Golden Gate Bridge, just in time for baby number two.

The couple has an extensive collection of art, photographs and furnishings. Alexis’ godfather, Thomas Britt, had decorated twelve homes for her family and was instrumental in decorating this home. The late Michael Taylor, who had designed two of Trevor’s homes, also helped design the opulent yet comfortable home. Ann Getty was also called in to help Alexis with fabrics and color. ENJOY!









Elle Décor September 2011
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5 comments :

SHERRY HART said...

Wowza...that is some place. I love the bold design of the spaces.

The enchanted home said...

Love all the color and prints. Only room I couldnt' warm up to would be the bedroom which has too much going on in my humble opinion, too many different directions..but overall love all the beautiful color and the way its so dramatic and gorgeous! Good to be back in blogland!!

under spanish moss said...

We adore the space with the black and white floor. The first image is so dramatic.
Angela and Renee

Taylor Greenwalt said...

Very bold and different. The home owners must be fun, very out going, and creative people. Fun to see!

eclecticrevisited said...

this is a bold statement in decor..love all the high chroma colors and daring use of furnishings and accent pieces..
best,
maureen

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