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Mary Jo Bowling served as editor of Curbed SF through March 2016.

Inside our favorite Bay Area homes

The best House Calls showcase the storied dwellings—and lives—of our neighbors.

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Inside San Francisco’s best homes

From the eclectic home of creatives in Oakland to an empty-nester couple’s colorfully Postmodernist apartment in SoMa.

How an interior designer turned an Oakland one-bedroom into two

Interior designer Justina White had to compromise on size in her Oakland, California home—she shares a one-bedroom with her daughter—but that was no excuse to give style a short shrift.

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A 684-square-foot architectural gem gets a polish at California’s fabled Sea Ranch

A Bay Area couple goes up the coast to take on a classic.

A hilltop midcentury modern time capsule gets a sensitive remodel in Berkeley

"[Fischer Architecture] wanted to be reverent and respectful to what the home was, bring it up to date, and make it my home."

A remodel brings a couple closer together

"I can still picture her with that drum sander. Who else would do this with me?"

Classic midcentury modern home dazzles after careful remodel

This Sacramento midcentury gem had fabulous bones, which were updated and polished for how people live today.

In Noe Valley, an architect couple transforms a teardown

Two architects scrap an uninhabitable house and start over.

A pair of architects create a home for their grand collection

A husband-and-wife architect team has created a museum-like home to house their collection.

Iconic San Francisco buildings get their boo on for Halloween

'Tis the season.