San Francisco Interior Designer Ian Stallings Featured in California Home + Design Magazine

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Inspired by an Hermès box, Stallings creates a tortoise-shell jewel box bathroom.

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Stallings blended traditional nickel-plated fixtures and modern glass tile for a look that is completely of the moment.

The bathroom designed by celebrated San Francisco interior designer Ian Stallings for Reed Kingsley, president of Brownstone Furniture Company, is featured this month in the July-August 2011 edition of California Home + Design Magazine. Taking his inspiration from an Hermès box, Stallings created a rich, warm space boasting an organic texture contained by clean lines.

“Stallings blended traditional nickel-plated fixtures and modern glass tile for a look that is completely of the moment,” wrote Mary Jo Bowling in the California Home + Design article.

Stallings covered much of the wall areas with Repose glass tiles named “Tea,” which are available exclusively from Waterworks.com. Touches of orange in the organic tiles are brought to life by shattered glass wall art by Cassandra Blackmore.

“The flowing, organic, dark earth tones on rectangular tiles create a tortoise shell effect,” said Stallings.

When Kingsley hired Stallings, he was a bachelor who wanted his home remodeled in the style of a men’s club. With an eye for the future, which might include the right girl, Stallings’ designs are not too masculine for a woman. This was a fortunate choice, as Kingsley is now engaged to be married later this summer.

For more information about Ian Stallings’ services, please call Ian Stallings at (415) 830-3038 or visit him on the web http://www.ianstallings.com.

About Ian Stallings
Ian Stallings is a San Francisco interior designer who specializes in a full range of interior architecture and interior decorating services. In each project Stallings treats the client as the muse and the home as the canvas.

Stallings' interior design work is based on a complete understanding of each client’s needs, a love of the craft, a wide knowledge of the history of architecture and interior decoration, and a profound commitment to environmental issues.

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