291,437 SAN FRANCISCO Home Design Photos

Margot Hartford Photography
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Living in Style ....... With a Toddler
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Interior designer Jennifer Jones and her husband, Angelo DiGiovine, knew this house in San Francisco was theirs as soon as they saw the finished backyard and patio.
Intimate and sophisticated in San Francisco. Interior designer Jennifer Jones and her husband, Angelo DiGiovine, knew this house in San Francisco was theirs as soon as they saw the finished backyard and patio. The couple supplemented the existing
“Mozda” — kopac
CCS ARCHITECTURE
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CCS ARCHITECTURE
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This large retreat between Monterey and San Francisco uses recycled wood siding to create a striking reinterpretation of traditional buildings while still embracing the surrounding landscape. The latter
This large retreat between Monterey and San Francisco uses recycled wood siding to create a striking reinterpretation of traditional buildings while still embracing the surrounding landscape. The latter
sliding-wall opening adjacent to the kitchen.More regional modern architecture:Chicago | Boston | Austin | NYC | NY Metro | Oregon | Seattle | San Francisco | L.A. | Coastal L.A.
“Dads farm” — HuntergyeLLC
Taylor Lombardo Architects
Taylor Lombardo Architects
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This San Francisco rambler is a mish-mash of Victorian, Gothic, and Shingle Style elements.
Features of Shingle-Style HomesRestrained details. Compare this San Francisco example to other local Queen Anne houses, and you can see how modern this would have appeared in its time. Notice the restrained
San Francisco Classic
“brown color shingle house” — designgirl64
Lindy Donnelly
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Lindy Donnelly
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screen the view of the staircase beyond. Pebbles on wall come in mesh sheets and are from Ceramic Tile Design in San Rafael, CA. The metallic porcelain tiles are from Galleria Tile in San Francisco.
It's river rock from Ceramic Tile Design in San Rafael, CA.
screen the view of the staircase beyond. Pebbles on wall come in mesh sheets and are from Ceramic Tile Design in San Rafael, CA. The metallic porcelain tiles are from Galleria Tile in San Francisco.
METALLIC Porcelain Tiles SOURCE in San Francisco. Consider for maybe the KiTCHEN BackSplash material??
“Esta piedrita??” — vipc
Shannon Malone
My Houzz: A San Francisco Midcentury Modern Gem
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My Houzz: A San Francisco Midcentury Modern Gem
“I love that we can see green space from every room, which is unusual for San Francisco,” says Natalie. “I adore San Francisco but don’t always love the closed-up, stuffy feeling of Victorians.”Dining chairs: vintage; cowhide rug: Overstock.com
“digging the island "bar"” — Traci Henley
Shannon Malone
My Houzz: San Francisco
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incredible,” says Latta. “It’s nice to have little reminders around our apartment.”A faux plant display livens up the wall behind the dining table. “San Francisco buildings have great and often very quirky architectural details,” she says. “The oddball in our apartment is a series of very shallow inset shelves
“table for 804” — muzic914
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San Francisco Designer Showcase 2010
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here. For the 2010 San Francisco Decorator Showcase home, designer Jessica Weigley used this shallow display case to conceal a closet that she turned into a kids’ play nook.
For the 2010 San Francisco Decorator Showcase
For the 2010 San Francisco Decorator Showcase home, designer Jessica Weigley used this shallow display case to conceal a closet that she turned into a kids’ play nook.
For the 2010 San Francisco Decorator Showcase home, designer Jessica Weigley used this shallow display case to conceal a closet that she turned into a kids’ play nook.
“Hide your valuables (or unsightly necessities) in a room or nook that no one will guess is there” — catherinelizabeth
Golden Gate Design & Furniture Co.
Moss Beach Livingroom - Coffee Table
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featuring new Coffee Table design by Golden Gate Bridge Furniture Company. Limited Edition Artisan Furniture Crafted From Repurposed Steel off San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge
DS: Who is your customer?RB: Anyone who has an emotional tie to San Francisco or the Golden Gate Bridge. Most live outside of San Francisco; half are in L.A. and, surprisingly, many are in Europe.
“Ggbfc project sells furniture made from the Golden Gate Bridge” — minkiman
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