Amidst the clouds, this beautifully remodeled Victorian pied à terre sits atop the Pacific Heights overlooking stunning views of the San Francisco Bay. Designer Paige Loczi of LOCZIdesign modernized this space with sleek built-ins and updated fireplaces while adding touches of glamour through furnishings and exquisite lighting. Keeping the decor to a minimum, and the backdrop neutral and light, Paige allowed the vaulted ceilings and interior architecture to shine.
“For this Victorian pied-a-terre (under 3,000 sq.ft), we were tasked with creating a sophisticated, sanctuary-like space for an adventurer looking for a place to reflect,” says Paige. “A true diamond in the rough, we saw the opportunity to return the architecture to its former beauty by showcasing the vaulted-ceilings. Like a faceted stone, the changing sky refracts light through the chandeliers, and showers the walls with dynamic prisms. Black and white, angled and curved, classical and modern all coexist in this little gem.”
The perfect place for a stylish chair to sit back and take in the gorgeous view.
“In the ‘Magic Room’ (below), 70 fiber optic, Swarovski tipped “stars” in the shape of the seed of life fill the 10’ turret as the Yin Yang sofa in plush mohair provides fertile ground for solo meditation. Ethereal flowers, as if clouds, envelop you as you gaze upon the starry constellation and dream.”
A custom charcoal drawing by artist Mila Libman creates a beautiful backdrop to the chic dining space.
The bathrooms were completely transformed into tranquil, light and airy spaces.
Paige enlisted designer Magnus Schevene to create the custom mother of pearl inlayed nacre knot bathroom cabinetry.
Placed above the state-of-the-art bedroom fireplace, Paige showcases Suzie Bielher’s dynamic ocean photography.
Waking up to this view of the iconic Golden Gate Bridge every day would be such a treat.
Paige Loczi took a once rather lackluster apartment and transformed it into a modern, glamorous space fit for an adventurer.