Ken Fulk, one of the best American interior designers nowadays, has been creating talk-of-the-town residences in Silicon Valley for more than two decades. Today, Boca do Lobo brings you a design inspiration signed by this top interior designer. We´re talking about a model residence he designed for the Harrison, a recently opened 298-unit luxury condominium building in the SOMA neighborhood of San Francisco.Take a look at this modern retreat for the new digital class!
Drop-dead views of the Bay Bridge take center stage in the luxury living room of the Harrison’s model residence. Fulk chose a neutral palette to allow for better appreciation of the breathtaking panoramas.
In this contemporary living room decor he wanted the beauty inside to rival the beauty outside. “The default would have been to make it all about the view,” he says. “Instead, I wanted a space to live up to it.”
“I certainly had a character in mind when I designed this space,” says Fulk. “I wanted to represent the explorer, the adventurer in all of us.” In this modern dining room, a tiger-print wingback chair and vintage leather dining chairs allude to the past safari adventures of the club’s namesake.
Moody sumptuousness reigns in this master bedroom decor thanks to chocolate suede wallpaper, a high-end and sophisticated bed, a pair of graceful lamps, and a vintage armchair covered in an orange fabric.
Fulk is a fan of mixing metals. In the galley kitchen, which is lined with custom gray cabinets, a brass Waterworks gooseneck faucet and brass cabinet pulls from Rejuvenation play nice with the stainless-steel appliances.
The bath echoes the design of the kitchen—brass hardware paired with gray cabinets and marble counters.