The Parker Residence, a Spanish-revival home in San Francisco constructed in the 1920s, was loaded with untapped potential before a renovation by California architecture firm Medium Plenty Architects and interior designer Regan Baker Design. The eclectic update couples contemporary design with elements of Spanish-revival and art deco. It refashioned the two-story home into a four-story dream home for the clients who were looking to entertain.
“In the client’s previous home, they would entertain friends in their tiny little garage,” said Regan Baker, Principal Designer at Regan Baker Design. “They said they wanted a place to bring their family and friends over to hang out and entertain inside
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