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Daly Mansion contemporary-living-room
 

Daly Mansion

The attic level of this 1895 Victorian Tower house received a state of the art facelift in this gut renovation. One of the historic building’s owners decided to make the 2,000 sf top floor his home, taking full advantage of sweeping views of the city skyline and the East Bay. DMA was tasked with rethinking the layout of the space from many small, oddly proportioned rooms into a series of suites that accommodate the client’s modern lifestyle. The new apartment includes a custom kitchen, a master bedroom suite, open living and dining area, a guest room and bath, and a tower room that features a custom light installation. A sophisticated palette of warm neutrals with punches of vibrant earth tones provides an apt foundation for the owner’s contemporary art collection.
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What Houzzers are commenting on:

marinalloyd added this to Principles of design
December 13, 2013
Proportion; This room is proportioned well because the curved couch is the same length of the curved wall.
karenwhite1442 added this to karenwhite1442's Ideas
August 25, 2013
Great curved sofa for the space
shambright added this to shambright's ideas
March 21, 2013
LIKE RUF AND RAISED SITTING AREA. LIKE CURVES STEPS.
rscrowder added this to rscrowder's ideas
December 16, 2012
circular sectional
pljson added this to pljson's ideas
October 12, 2012
AWESOME view
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