A Look at Floor Plan E, Beautifully Styled by Three Different Designers

From its striking SoMa locale to its gold-accented grand entrance, The Harrison captivates from every angle. And when you step inside? A world brought to life by esteemed interior designers unravels in exquisite details, alluring artworks, strategically positioned white space and stately architecture. Here, an eclectic, sophisticated warmth characterizes each space throughout, while residences fully embrace a distinct flair of their own. Even The Harrison’s indistinguishable open-concept floor plans transform at the touch of each unique designer, differing dramatically to best suit the homeowner’s style. Below, take a look at how three renowned, wildly different designers executed the same sought-after layout. 

Katie O’neill 

Bay Area designer Katie O’neill’s recently designed residence at The Harrison was thoughtfully curated to align with the resident’s affinity for a maximalist, modern and bold sensibility. Her work was largely inspired by reviewing ‘a day in the life’ of the future dweller, in which entertaining and caring for a new puppy was high priority. To accommodate these needs, the residence harmonizes functional design and furniture placement with luxurious details — such as textured golds and blacks prevailed with pops of jewel tones and navy blue accents.

Kirsten Pike

Bay Area designer Kirsten Pike is celebrated for her timeless, modern design and her most recent project at The Harrison is no exception. Refined and elegant, Kirsten’s work is brilliantly poised to embrace San Francisco’s most iconic view. Here, each space reveals an elevated sanctuary where every detail — such as Kirsten’s celebrated wall design — is thoughtfully placed to give dimension, add cohesion and realize a polished, luxurious feel.

Ken Fulk

World-renowned interior designer Ken Fulk was integral in shaping The Harrison’s visual identity. From amenity spaces like Uncle Harry’s and the Grand Salon, his distinct touch is recognizable and applauded throughout each and every story of our SoMa high-rise. Beyond social and common areas, Ken Fulk also designed four model homes. His approach marries vintage furnishings with the chic contemporary, bringing to fruition effortless class and charm to each of his thoughtfully curated residences.

5 Black-Owned Businesses to Support in the Bay Area

Beyond donating to anti-racism organizations, a simple way to support Black Lives Matter movement is to shop Black-owned restaurants and businesses — and there are an array of favorites to shop long-term right here in the Bay Area. Below, browse through the stay-at-home essentials — from fragrant facial scrubs to chic ceramics — that are sure to lift your spirits and brighten your space. 

Bubbles & Butter

From natural bath balms to nourishing body skincare, Bubbles & Butter’s Oakland-based brand offers an array of soothing, fresh products made from plants and free from parabens. These products make for the perfect gift of self-care treat. 

Red Bay Coffee

Open for takeout at all five locations throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, Red Bay Coffee serves up craft, high-quality coffee produced ethically and sustainably. Grab a cup to-go or order your favorite roast from their website. 

Esscense Flowers

Esscence of Flowers Wedding and Floral Design curates gorgeous arrangements for milestone moments, grand gestures and special occasions. Now offering local flower delivery within the Bay Area, you can easily spruce up your space with the click of a button. 

Made By Rheal 

Made By Rheal is a Black-, queer-owned business featuring stunning household decor, ceramics, jewelry, planters and more. Find the perfect addition to your bookshelf or bedside table via the Etsy shop.  

Soyful Aromas

Indulge in an aromatherapy candle to enhance relaxation and add a soothing element to your home. Each naturally scented, non-toxic candle is handmade in the San Francisco Bay Area using renewable resources derived from soybeans. 

5 Local Restaurants You Can Support in SoMa Right Now

Although many of us aren’t able to take a seat at our favorite restaurants in SoMa right now, we can still enjoy our favorite dishes and support local businesses who need our patronage—now, more than ever. After all, ordering takeout or delivery from your favorite local restaurant is one of the best ways to support your community at this time. Below find five of our favorite nearby restaurants offering takeout and delivery services in SoMa. 

1. The Bird 

The menu consists of fried chicken sandwiches (regular or spicy), hot wings, curly fries and salad. 

Location: 115 New Montgomery Street

Hours: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday–Saturday

How to Order: Visit the restaurant or call 415-872-9825 for pickup. 

Additional Info: Purchase gift cards here.

2. Deli Board

The flavors of an East coast deli with a West Coast twist, featuring handcrafted sandwiches, soups, salads and sauces.  

Location: 1058 Folsom Street

Hours: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Tuesday–Sunday

How to Order: Call 415-552-7687 for delivery or visit the restaurant to order.

Additional Info: Deli Board doesn’t usually deliver, but they are partnering with Stella Courier currently. Check their Instagram for up-to-date hours and information. 

3. Marlowe

A true neighborhood favorite among SoMa locals, Marlowe serves up New American comfort food with a modern twist. Can’t decide what to order? Try out their new ‘Quarantine Burger Kit’ and a famed craft cocktail to go.

Location: 500 Brannan Street

Hours: 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Wednesday–Sunday

How to Order: Order delivery via Tock.

4. Prospect Restaurant

Prospect Restaurant is a modern collaboration between Chef Nancy Oakes, Pam Mazzola and Kathy King from Boulevard Restaurant that’s currently offering a limited happy hour to-go menu with select cocktails, wine, snacks, dinner plates and desserts.

Location: 300 Spear St.

Hours: Open for pre-ordered pickup between 12–5:30 p.m., Wednesday – Friday

How to Order: Next-day pre-orders only. Email your order to info@prospectsf.com by 8 p.m. for next-day pickup between 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. Pay via check or Venmo: @Prospect300.

5. Local Kitchen

Local Kitchen is serving up famous wood-fired pizzas and Singaporean-inspired fare like Laksa (Curried Rice Noodles) and Soto Ayam (Rice Noodle Soup), with select wines and cocktails available at this time.

Location: 330 First Street

Hours: 3 p.m. to 10 p.m., Daily

How to Order: Call (415) 777-4200 or use ChowNow to place an order for touch-free pickup or delivery.