Cocoon Home Design began the new year decorating a space slated for San Francisco events. Generously appointed with a conference room, a lounge area, a game room AND a roof deck with grand views of the city, the venue personifies the perfect location for professional and social events alike.
Working with existing tufted leather chairs and sofas, we helped balance the warm and masculine effect with cool colors, polished metals, and modern accents. We accessorized the space with nature-inspired curiosities, botanicals and carefully curated objects lending it a sophisticated, yet earthy look.
At onset, "Room Inspirations" were created for the entire space, incorporating some of the existing items and blending with new pieces to help show how the space could look and feel. We then proceeded to rearrange the furniture in order to create a better flow and to see what other items in the space needed to be added or deleted.
In the lounge area, we removed the existing rug and placed two identical ones to make the space feel larger and more cohesive. The addition of leather and lucite stools added a more timely effect, while the brass coffee table brought in polish and sophistication to the space.
A saddle bag found at The Alameda Antique Fair drapes one the sofa arm to hold magazines. A cluster of plants and a floor lamp add interest and mood lighting the corner.
Utilizing the color of the existing conference chairs as an inspiration, we painted the walls green and added green bound books and brass shadow boxes to the built-in shelves. The mounted butterfly collection now hangs in the entry hallway and the globe chandeliers have been replaced with blown glass and brass fixtures that bring a more updated look to the space.
In the game room, an antique card table was painted to match the leather chairs. Casters were added to make the table mobile and practical. An oversized Timothy Oulton card art helps emphasize the room's intended purpose.
The venue now looks and feels ready to host a myriad of different private companies and organizations.
For inquires on renting this space please contact Marcy at (415) 692-7177.