Inside Steph and Aisha Curry’s home away from home in San Francisco
Between Steph Curry’s busy NBA schedule and Aisha Curry’s many business ventures, there’s no shortage of travel plans. Given the couple’s busy lifestyle, time spent at home with their three kids is much more important.
As a renowned restaurateur, chef, New York Times best-selling author, and lifestyle influencer, Aisha has a lot to worry about. She contacted Pottery Barn to help furnish and decorate the family’s newest space: an apartment in San Francisco, California.
“This place is really perfect for us,” Curry says. “This is where Steven works at the Chase Center and my restaurant is Intentional Smoke.”
When the family enters through the front door, they are immediately greeted by a soothing color palette.
“The kitchen is 100% the most used space in our home,” Curry says. “Bar stools are so big and spacious that you just melt into them.” pottery barn
For her home away from home, Curry has come up with a warm interior, perfect for family gatherings and entertaining friends – as she describes it: “something a little sublime, but still livable.”
Pottery Barn has prepared a collection of furniture and decor items that combine sophisticated timeless style and family design. Ayesha’s decision to partner with Pottery Barn follows the Sweet July by Ayesha Curry x Pottery Barn collection, which was launched earlier this month.
“I feel like every room has a story to tell, but I love that every space is still unique,” Curry says. “Somehow everything comes together and seems to be cohesive.”
The Dream Square section acts as the focal point of this cozy living room. The design features a reclaimed wood coffee table, a handmade wool rug, round bouclé chairs and plush accents (hint: tons of throw pillows).
“I’m obsessed with the living room,” says Curry, who thinks the simple color palette offers a bit of warmth yet still feels zen.
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For the dining room, Curry pairs a timeless Heritage dining table with rustic black dining chairs, instantly adding depth to a neutral interior. Finally, a nature-inspired rug, abstract art on the wall, and chic tabletop decor bring the entire space together.
Layers of plush textures transform this bright bedroom into a cozy space. A pair of upholstered swivel chairs form a comfortable window seat with views, while metal and wood nightstands flanking the bed create a sense of symmetry.
“The bedroom turned out really well,” Curry says, finding it “the perfect cozy space.”
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Known as Curry’s “Lounge Corner”, this multifunctional room serves as a place for kids to do their homework, adults to relax and guests to hang out. Metal round coffee tables offer tons of style and functionality, while a vintage leather double chair and a wicker accent chair offer plenty of seating.
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Associate Editor for Lifestyle
Alyssa Gautieri (s/he) is an Associate Editor for Good Housekeeping, where she covers all aspects of home and interior design. Prior to joining GH in 2022, she has written for publications such as ELLE Decor, Chairish, BobVila.com, Unique Homes Magazine and LODGING Magazine, and has created replica products for brands such as BrylaneHome and VIGO Industries.