We all know that San Francisco’s architecture has a different style, ranging from Victorian and Edwardian to Art Deco to modern. But while the listed architecture of the city so often focuses on exterior areas and facades, what about what happens inside? After all, as the saying goes, that’s what counts most.
For this week’s open thread, we’d like to know: Which buildings in San Francisco have the nicest interiors?
Are you amazed by the Art Deco lobby of 140 New Montgomery? Does the Redwood Room at the Clift Hotel give you goose bumps? Or does the French neoclassical interior design of Salon Doré do it for you?
Let us know in the comments below which buildings have the best interiors and share photos if you have them. We’ll be bringing together the best of the best in an upcoming article.