San Francisco’s historic Hotel Triton unveils its renovated interiors by star-designer Liubasha Rose and her team at Rose Ink Workshop. Constructed in 1913, the property has long been known for its distinctive style. Following a year of work, the six-million-dollar renovation is nearing completion and is reticent of a number of improvements reshaping San Francisco’s Financial District and especially the famed Grant Avenue Corridor.

Working with the Hotel Triton team, Designer Liubasha Rose and the Rose Ink team’s design focus for the Hotel Triton reflects a contemporary redesign, while staying true to historic elements of the property. The new lobby features a mural which was discovered behind the walls during demolition. Created by famed impressionist artist Jon Oshanna in the 1940s, the artwork beautifully depicts Mission Dolores, San Francisco’s oldest intact Mission in California and the oldest building in San Francisco.