For a historic Pacific Heights townhouse that needed a facelift, interior designer Molie Malone collaborated with Chambers and Chambers Architects to construct a design that showcases the original architecture, while injecting a dose of glamour through ornate light fixtures, unique wallcoverings, and rich neutral fabrics. Read on as we tour the elegant home with Malone.

  • Living room with twin white couches back-to-back creating two separate seating areas

    To create more seating options in the living room, Malone positioned two custom curved love seats in Pierre Frey fabric back to back; the effect is dramatic and balanced. The branching chandelier overhead is from Lindsey Adelman, and the floor-length drapery fabric is from Designers Guild, trimmed with braid from Osborne and Little.

    Photo by Christopher Stark


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January 31, 2020

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