Do you have fond memories of the home you grew up in? Even if you had the most idyllic childhood, you’ll wish you grew up in this house instead. Because: It has an indoor rock-climbing wall. And a sofa that doubles as a rock wall landing pad. And—for the adults—a wine cellar-turned-craft room. The mastermind behind this ultimate family home in San Francisco is West Coast-based designer Regan Baker and .
In 2014, Baker designed an exceptionally playful showcase room with a tent that could extend the entire length of the room—but little did she know that her most playful project was yet to come. When a family of five tapped Baker to design the interiors of their newly renovated home in the Pacific Heights neighborhood, she delivered on a concept that is at once adult- and kid-friendly, California cool (the parents used to be surfers) and fun.
The floor-to-ceiling rock wall reaches eight-and-a-half feet tall, and the climbing holds can be rearranged to increase or decrease the difficulty level. Next to the rock wall, the sofa is a sectional that can be disassembled so that the kids can jump on it and use it as a landing pad—every kid’s dream!
In the rest of the house, Baker used a more neutral color palette and incorporated new furniture with artisanal pieces from India and Istanbul.