Staging The Light House, a Church Conversion in San Francisco
It’s always a thrill and a challenge staging a truly unique space, and we recently had that opportunity, staging The Light House, a converted church in San Francisco!
The building is located in the city’s Dolores Mission district, just across the street from popular Dolores Park. Constructed in 1915, it spent almost a century as a place of worship before being radically renovated in 2011, sectioned and transformed into four townhome residences.
The unit we staged spans 5,351 square feet over four levels. Its architecture is eclectic, retaining many original elements: polished marble and concrete floors, exposed brick, wood and steel beams, and a massive great room featuring dramatic high ceilings and arched windows.
When we first walked through the property, there was even an old confessional from the church still in the entryway!
Our design in the space was equally eclectic, featuring bold contemporary art, heavily textured rugs, and rustic chrome and leather accents, all installed to compliment the townhome’s new urban style.
Tour the property in our San Francisco portfolio:The Light House