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MULTI-RESIDENTIAL - Brief: Interior Design for the 90 Unit mixed use Hannah Park Development in West Oakland, California. Solution: Wilkinson Brochier created a design aesthetic for the overall building including exterior and interior palette, roof terrace and public areas plus designed six display apartments. 96% of the units have been leased despite Covid generated restrictions and construction delays.

Approved Console

HANNAH PARK ELEVATOR LOBBIES - Brief: Break up the long white corridor lengths in this new multi-residential building.

Solution: Inspired by Memphis vibes and colors, Wilkinson Brochier designed custom furniture - benches and console tables for each level. Different accent colors from the Memphis color palette were used to help residents ID their floor.

Approved Green Bench
2nd Floor Approved


 NEW DUPLEX INTERIOR DESIGN - Brief: Our empty-nester clients wanted a fresh, contemporary look for their new home.

Solution: WBID used the couple's passion for travel, art, and collectibles as the design inspiration and deftly wound in their collected pieces with new finds, custom furniture, and lots of textural layers.



ENTRY AND LIVING ROOM MAKEOVER - Brief: Clients wanted to update their entry to be warm and welcoming and never used their living room as it was too dark and not user friendly.

Solution: Wilkinson Brochier created comfortable new fireside seating for entertaining family and friends and a reading nook for the lady of the house with mid-century Baker chairs. Heavy drapes were removed and replaced with gorgeous textured linen and twine drapes plus woven roman shades. A soothing color palette of blues, natural creams and taupes was spiked with touches of oriental red, black and ecru and brass. 



CITY BACHELOR PAD - Brief: Create a home for a busy single client starting a new life in San Francisco.

Solution: Wilkinson Brochier took a dated, soul-less apartment and created a sleek and sophisticated retreat using the client's favorite color orange in accent pieces. Curvy velvet sofas, swivel armchairs, leather piped mohair ottomans, silk rugs, textured blinds, and lush woolen drapes throughout created a warm sense of luxury. Texture and small details like the leather-wrapped, custom chandelier and graphic art add subtle glamor. A new galley kitchen with an eat-in banquette was installed, bathrooms updated and a reading window seat created in the master bedroom.  


KITECHEN FAMILY ROOM - Brief: With the arrival of our clients' first child, it was time to rethink the functionality of their apartment's living space. Solution: Wilkinson Brochier opened the kitchen and a small adjacent dining room to create an open plan family kitchen area. The new central island has become the hub of the young family's home. 

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