Nestled in the heart of San Francisco, this isn't your ordinary farmhouse, it's an urban farm house. See how these homeowners transformed their city space into a cozy home with a cottage-French twist.
Gingerbread railings and classic French doors greet guests in this pretty foyer. To add a personal touch the homeowner hung her wedding dress as a piece of art above the small French table.
Just inside the front door, a weathered medical cabinet stores dog-walking essentials and welcomes guests with a fresh vase of flowers.
An elegant candelabra and a crystal chandelier team up with a florist's pail, a farmhouse table, and deck chairs for a mix-and-match look that's farmhouse fresh and bistro sophisticated.
A set of white dishes are tucked into a blue china hutch that was found at a flea-market.
The living room's eclectic style pairs upholstered French chairs, white slip cover sofas, and a found mantel to displace other vintage finds like a mannequin torso.
The delicate pastel glazes of handmade dishes created by a local artisan lift everyday china out of the ordinary.
A ladder from an old barn takes on a new life as a multi-tiered display unit for books and colorful enamel pitchers.
Distressed doors form the base of the shabby chic platform bed, while a large-scale antique mantel, worn and weathered, serves as an impromptu headboard. Large-scale letters of the homeowner's initials stand on top the makeshift headboard.
Lilac sprigs slipped into antique druggist and perfume bottles add instant touches of beauty on the vanity.
A vintage shaving brush collection complements an elegantly framed piece of art in the airy master bathroom.
The carefree gardens spilling over onto stone steps and a rock walkway give this home the feeling of European countryside rather than being a few blocks from a busy retail and business district.
An upholstered French loveseat dresses up the front porch, which overflows with containers of foxglove and delphinium.
Also on the front porch, a weather-beaten bistro table holds old-fashioned perennials, iron bird folk art, and an armillary sphere, which points the way to San Francisco Bay.