Sirima's San Francisco loft doubles as both her home and her printmaking studio. It's open, colorful, and full of things to look at — while still being organized! Her kitchen is a real treat. It holds what she says is just a "fraction" of her "embarrassingly large collection of vintage 1930's –1940's glassware, pottery and cookware" from design luminaries like Eva Zeisel, Ben Seibel, and Russel Wright. You'll also find Jadeite/Delphite milk glass, pink depression-era glass, and Hall pottery. Wow!
Sirima really makes the most of her vertical space. Items are tightly packed and stored both on and above the cabinets, but the overall feel is still orderly. And the colors! I just love all the colors and light.
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Sirima's Vintage Industrial Artist's Loft | Apartment Therapy
(Images: Kim Lucian)