Home tour | This San Francisco home belongs to interior designer Susan Greenleaf. Furniture, art, and accessories vary room by room, from modern to traditional to the colorful to the colorless. Each space embodies Greenleaf’s signature style, with juxtaposition and surprises at every turn.
A corner in the livingroom with a black-and-white portrait of David Hockney next to an Ed Ruscha etching.
A beautiful hallway, contemporary space with steel sash doors leading to a deck.
A sleek hallway with ethnic chairs and contemporary art.
Living room: A contemporary sectional and floor lamp on limed oak floors.
A contemporary workspace with a Saarinen table and floor-to-ceiling window.
A classic kitchen with French doors, gray cabinetry, Sub-Zero refrigerators, pendant lamps, and a Carrera Oro marble island.
Lovely gray cabinetry, open shelving, white subway tile, a Saarinen table, and Hans Wegner Wishbone Chairs.
Master bathroom with marble vanities, nickel hardware, and eye-catching tile.
A wooden set of drawers serving as a vanity in a master bathroom.
A stunning living room with contemporary art, European-style windows, and B&B Italia’s Charles sofa.
Guest bathroom with chevron tile and framed Damien Hirst skateboards.
Guest bedroom nook with a patterned wall treatment.