Rossington Architecture
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Rossington Architecture contemporary-bedroom

Rossington Architecture

Guerrero Street –– Mission, San Francisco, California A dark storage area behind the garage in a two story home was transformed into a contemporary master suite with the addition of a bamboo-clad internal stair wih integral storage. French doors to a newly landscaped backyard were added providing access to the garden and windows were installed in the property line walls, flooding the space with light. The kitchen was also remodeled and opened to the adjacent dining room. The renovation added light and much needed space to a rather dark, one bedroom flat. Completed in July 2005 by Level 8 Construction. Photography by Reflex Imaging. Rossington Architecture :: 2742 17th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110 :: t. 415.552.4900 :: e.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Besides looking incredibly comfortable, these chairs add graceful age to a minimal new space. The chairs' lines are modern - I love the straight arms - but the leather is warm and welcoming and looks lived in. Overall, the space looks comfortable - but not sloppy. I would, however, add a rug to warm up these wood floors just a bit. Maybe something full of texture, like a flokati rug. I'd keep the windows curtainless, though - I like the way the sharp angles of the window echo the lines of the chairs.

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robinlpendleton added this to robinlpendleton's Favorites
May 14, 2012
I like everything but the furniture.
malson added this to malson's ideas
December 16, 2009
The armchairs
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