Looking through the portfolio of San Francisco-based interior designer Amy Weaver, I fell in love with this living room in a Nob Hill flat, below:
I think the neutral upholstery mixed with graphic patterns and colorful accessories serves as a good primer in how to invest in long-term pieces.
More of the same flat...
The dog looking out at the cable car? Too cute.
Going through more of Weaver's portfolio, I saw some of the same pieces featured in another project, a large home in Marin. I assume she worked with the same family once they decamped the city for suburban spread...
So many friends are at the same point-- enjoying city living for now but anticipating a move to the suburbs in the future. And since many don't view their city home as permanent, they're not investing in an interior designer yet. Seeing the this family's beautiful transition from city to suburbs proves that working with a designer early is wise-- a professional can help choose investment pieces that will easily make the move with you.
All images via Weaver Design Group