Designed by architect William Wurster back in the '30s, the house's modern sensibility shines through with it's vintage roots. Organic-modernism meets vintage-decor in this beautiful San Francisco home.
Curating a vintage-filled home is truly an art. Lucky for April Gargiulo, founder of the cult-status skincare brand Vintner's Daughter, she has a knack for it. From a young age, the Napa Valley native has always been on the search for great once-loved pieces. "Vintage furniture. Vintage jewelry. Vintage clothes. Vintage everything," she says.
Gargiulo says her style is "on the organic, more grounded side of modern, but I have a soft spot for more exuberant Italian designers like Ettore Sottsass and Gio Ponti."
One stunning part of the home is a warm wood-covered space. "That room is an office, a place where we work and have meetings, so I wanted it to feel comfortable," says Gargiulo. "I wanted it to be a place where you could really go to focus and concentrate. I also wanted it to be a place where we could have meetings. So if people were coming over, we had a place to talk."
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