“Full House” designer picks up Carlyle pad

This may be a fuller house than her previous one. It, however, will not be developed by Netflix. The interior designer who once owned and renovated the home featured on the sitcom “Full House” has purchased a condo on the Upper East Side for $4.3 million, according to public records.

Interior designer Courtnay Daniels-Haden is moving into a three-bedroom, two-bathroom unit in Carlyle House, the famed 17-story brick and limestone building built in 1930.

The eight-room apartment, features a semi-private elevator, wood-burning fireplace, large dining room and a library, according to the listing.

Meanwhile, the famed San Francisco home featured in the original “Full House” is on the market for $14,000 a month.