Behold the Magical Work of Gary Spain

Well if you are in the mood to give your interior a fresh new look, you must consider giving a thorough look to the work of San Francisco interior designer Gary Spain. His style is not overly wacky but whatever he creates has the ability to leave you spell bound. His principal traits are combining a variety of color, pattern and furniture of different eras to give a facility a fresh new modern vibe. Here is a collection of some of his work and to say the least, there aren’t apt words that can describe his creativity. It simply is magical and captivating!

As you can see for yourself from the pictures, this collection has a very elegant and stylish look. It’s a subtle combination between vintage and modern. The structure and inspiration for most of these pieces is vintage but they all have a modern touch. It’s a nice balance between these two and the result is unique.

So if you’re searching for design ideas for your home, maybe this is the right choice for you. It’s not a common style and the furniture pieces are quite unique. Your home will have a whole different look in no time. And if you add the right matching details and additional features, it’s going to look stunning. It’s a great source of inspiration.



Published by in Interiors, on June 2nd, 2010

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