Inside Steph and Ayesha Curry’s Home Away From Home in San Francisco


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Between Steph Curry’s intense NBA schedule and Ayesha Curry’s many business ventures, there’s no shortage of travel plans. Considering the couple’s busy lifestyle, time spent at home — with their three children — is that much more important.

As a renowned restaurateur, chef, The New York Times bestselling author and lifestyle influencer, Ayesha has a lot on her plate. She connected with Pottery Barn to help furnish and decorate the family’s newest space: a condo in San Francisco, California.

“This location is really prime for us,” says Curry. “It’s right in between where Stephen goes to work at Chase Center and my restaurant, Intentional Smoke.”

When the family enters through the front door, they are immediately greeted by a calming color palette.

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ayesha curry white kitchen with natural wood stools

“The kitchen is 100% the most used space in our home,” says Curry. “The bar stools are so large and spacious, you kind of just melt into them.” 
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For her home away from home, Curry envisioned a warm interior ideal for family gatherings and hosting friends — as she describes it: “something a little bit elevated, but still livable.”

Pottery Barn curated a selection of furniture pieces and decor that blend sophisticated, timeless style with family-friendly design. Ayesha’s decision to collaborate with Pottery Barn comes off the heels of the Sweet July by Ayesha Curry x Pottery Barn collection, which launched earlier this month.

“I feel like there’s a story to be told throughout all of the rooms, but I love how each space is still uniquely its own,” says Curry. “Somehow all comes together seamlessly and feels cohesive.”

Living Room

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The Dream Square Sectional acts as the focal point of this cozy living room. The design is elevated with a reclaimed wood coffee table, hand-knotted wool rug, boucle round armchairs and plush accents (hint: tons of throw pillows).

“I’m obsessed with the living room,” says Curry, who finds that the simple color palette offers a little bit of warmth, but still feels zen.

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Dining Room

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For the dining room, Curry pairs the timeless Heritage Extending Dining Table with black, farmhouse-style dining chairs — instantly adding depth to the neutral interior. Finally, a nature-inspired area rug, abstract wall art and chic tabletop decor bring the entire space together.

Primary Bedroom

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Layers of plush textures turn this bright bedroom into a welcoming space. A pair of upholstered swivel armchairs craft a comfortable window spot to take in the view, while the metal and wood nightstands on each side of the bed create a sense of symmetry.

“The bedroom came together in an extremely successful way,” says Curry, who finds it “the perfect cozy space.”

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Lounge

ayesha curry home tour lounge with leather couch and nesting tables

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Known as the “lounge nook” to Curry, this multi-functional room acts as a place for the children to do homework, adults to relax or guests to hang out. The metal round nesting coffee tables offer a ton of style and function, while the vintage-inspired leather loveseat and woven accent chair offer plenty of seating.


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Associate Lifestyle Editor

Alyssa Gautieri (she/her) is the associate lifestyle editor for Good Housekeeping, where she covers all things home and interior design. Prior to joining GH in 2022, she wrote for publications including ELLE Decor, Chairish, BobVila.com, Unique Homes Magazine and LODGING Magazine, in addition to crafting product copy for home brands like BrylaneHome and VIGO Industries.



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