Danny Tanner's (Full House) abode 2010 style!
Growing up I couldn't wait for TGIF. Full House was my favorite show, not just because I had a crush on Uncle Jesse, and one of the main characters shared my not-so-common first name in "real life" (Candace Cameron), but because it was based less than two hours from where I grew up and still reside. If you've never been to San Francisco, I suggest you visit. It's absolutely gorgeous, and the architecture throughout the city by the bay is exquisite.
The sitcom was set in the Nob Hill district of SF, and the homes are often referred to as "Painted Ladies." Wikepedia states that "Painted ladies is a term used for Victorian and Edwardian houses and buildings painted in three or more colors that embellish or enhance their architectural details."
Painted Ladies- Wikipedia
Elle Decor recently featured gorgeous interior photos of the charming Full House abode (built in 1879) now owned by Interior designer, Courtnay Daniels Haden. Enjoy! PS If you happen to visit the area in the near future, the owner stated in the article that the home is now gray and white!
The gorgeous bedroom decorated with many beautiful antiques!
More beautiful crown moulding and a bay window that is calling my name!
The Living room with built in bookshelves, which I also love!
Black and gold is definitely one of my BIGGEST weaknesses!
The extraordinary garden!
For more information and images, please visit Elle Decor/Point Decor Home. This article is also featured in the January/February 2010 issue of Elle Decor!