Sunset Lounge

A retreat by day, a mecca by night, the Sunset Lounge smolders with a timeless mystique, easeful but edgy.

The Sunset Lounge
Vintage c. 1950s Dorothy Schindele chairs in sheepskin fore Roger Herman’s “Untitled 44 (White, Green, Orange)” ceramic work on a custom Chroma shou-sugi-ban pedestal aside a custom Chroma wall sconce.


San Francisco




400 ft2 / 37 m2


Sam Frost Photography

Sensate, nocturnal, mysterious, the Sunset Lounge vests in unbridled escape—villa-stile via Ponti in San Francisco. Its contours treat the eye but are tendered for the body with poetic precision.

The Sunset Lounge
The Sunset Lounge
Under the gaze of a Noam Rappaport acrylic work, a vintage c. 1940s Palle Suenson cabinet plays host.

Vividly hewn vintage and contemporary works—a Jorge Zalszupin Brazilian mid-century credenza, a tambour-doored Palle Suenson cabinet, a curvaceous custom Chroma settee, and Analog Manufaktur’s bleeding-edge audiophile tech—parley modern design minds with emergent visionaries. Moody teal, sanguine red, patinated bronze, and blue velvet trip a tantalizing experience—a breathy whisper, a wink—as prone to zoning out as tuning in.

The Sunset Lounge
A Yquem table by Christian Liaigre in solid oak and black granite enjambs Chroma’s custom Villa Planchart-inspired rug.
The Sunset Lounge
A stolen moment in the Sundown Lounge, intrigued by the sumptuous tufted hickory leather of Chroma’s custom settee.
The Sunset Lounge
Vintage 1970s “mushroom” lamps in anodized aluminum demarcate the dimensions of the Jorge Zalszupin c. 1960s credenza.
The Sunset Lounge
A vintage c. 1950s Adrian Pearsall chair in Prima Alpaca vibes with Arne Wahl Iversen’s blue velvet Flaming Sofa model no. 15 and Chroma’s Sundown Settee.
The Sunset Lounge
A Phillip Low sculpture stirs attention on Vincenzo De Cotiis’s DC1717 in murano glass and silver-casted brass.

The Sunset Lounge debuted at the 2020 San Francisco Decorator Showcase. Each custom, commissioned, and curated piece is available for purchase. Inquire at