Isolina Mallon Interiors is an experienced and highly regarded full-service interior design studio based in San Francisco, Bay Area. The studio specializes in residential, hospitality and commercial modern design in the USA, Europe and South America.

Isolina Mallon Interiors works directly with clients and collaborates with architects, landscapers, builders, and artisans towards creative, intelligent, practical and cohesive interiors – be they residential, commercial or hospitality projects.

Their practice has built a reputation for approaching projects in a considered and collaborative way. They offer a full interior design service, from concept through to completion, delivering professional well-documented solutions that exceed expectations and add value to projects. Their attention to detail is evident in the entire design and decorative process.

Isolina and her team create spaces that are reflective of the people who inhabit them, mingled with their own love of modern design and Isolina's European roots. The studio takes all aspects of its clients’ lives into account to yield a unique narrative for each room. From the initial vision through to completion, Isolina Mallon ensures that every detail, every accent, every moment is meaningful, intentional and beautiful. 

SERVICES

Architectural Detailing & Planning
Interior & Exterior Design
Design consultation
Remodeling
New construction
Project management
Space Planning
CAD Drawings
3D Modeling
Lighting
Kitchen and Bath Design
Custom Built-Ins and Cabinetry
Building Permits
Purchasing services
Color consultation
Budget Development Scheduling  
Specification
Window Treatments


Isolina Mallon

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Isolina Mallon, born in Spain, opened her namesake studio in San Francisco in 2011, after working as Interior Designer in Barcelona and Madrid for over 10 years. The company has a close relationship with her fellows in Madrid, collaborating in numerous projects in Europe and USA.

Isolina earned her Interior Architecture and Advertising Arts degree in Barcelona. Her admiration for the Mies van der Rohe and his 1929 German Pavilion at the Barcelona Exposition influenced her design style since the beginning of her career. With "less is more" as a mantra, and a firm belief on modern style doesn't have a sell-by-date, she believes in balance aesthetic elegance and mixing clean color palettes with layers of warmth to achieve personalized designs bespoke for each client.