A quaint Art Deco home has been given a contemporary lift with color, texture and luxe materials

Located in the Mira Loma neighborhood of San Francisco, this 1930s built home has an Art Deco appearance, typical to the surrounding homes in the area.

a living room filled with furniture and a bed: Art Deco home

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Art Deco home

It was the fairytale book aesthetic that really drew the owners in when looking for their first home, and it is easy to see why they adore it so much. In order to get the design just right, the owners hired interior designer Leo Cesareo. A decision that certainly did not regret.


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Leo is a San Francisco based Artist and Designer that has worked with some of the design world’s premiere interior designers, including Steven Volpe, Jay Jeffers and Lauren Geremia.

A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, Leo’s approach to space and composition draws from his formal education in the visual arts. He strives to create unique interiors that are tailor-made for the contemporary individual and household.

We speak to Leo Cesareo about the design project.

The house is a small Art Deco row house – three bedrooms and two baths – and because the house isn’t big, we really focused on the details to make the space interesting and

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Moses Nadel Turns Organic Materials Into Textural Wall Hangings and Home Accessories

It can be hard to squarely categorize the work of Moses Nadel: The decorative accessories and wall hangings the creative duo makes in their Long Island studio aren’t quite furniture but aren’t your typical art either. Their oversized wall hangings take cues from jewelry design, but they favor plush materials like supple leather and puffy shearling. This makes sense when you consider the company’s roots: Moses and Lara Nadel met almost 10 years ago, when he was working on a bespoke bag line and she was designing jewelry. “We kind of came together with our roots,” explains Lara.

By 2012, they had established Moses Nadel, where they apply the sensibility of their different creative backgrounds to an array of home accessories, wall hangings, and other bespoke items. “We basically create boutique products for your life and for your body,” Moses summarizes.

The company was founded in Bushwick, but, after the couple welcomed their son, they expanded to a live-work space in the town of Sea Cliff, on Long Island. “It’s our treehouse slash workspace,” says Moses of the setting, which comprises a contemporary turret adjacent to a 19th-century cottage.

Here, the couple works with a range of materials, favoring those

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