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San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2011
The key to this bedroom office: the glam mirrored desk, which blends into the space because of its reflectivity. Although it's perfectly functional, stylish accents mask its workhorse side.
House + House Architects
Casa Lluvia Blanca
creates an exotic vibe reminiscent of faraway places. Just be sure to keep the floor a light, neutral color and limit the artwork and accessories to a few key pieces, to prevent the space from feeling too busy and cluttered.
Michael Abrams Limited
Kenmore Master Bedroom B
How to hang pinch-pleated drapes. The key to great looking pinch-pleated drapery panels is to make sure they're pinned and hung correctly. If you have them made locally, it is worth every penny to have their professional install them. The pin hooks should be pushed in right next to each pleat without
Woodland Point Master Bedroom
With so many unique prints, it's hard to fall in love with just one — especially if one happens to sport a Najavo design. The key to mixing Navajo and other prints properly in one space is to change up the scale but ensure the color schemes of each relate to one another. In this bedroom, the smaller
Nora Schneider Interior Design
Choose a bench with an unique design to give your bed an entirely new personality. The curved ends of this bench complement the Greek key design in the piece across the room.
David Vandervort Architects
Lopez Island Residence
light to come in via the high windows without sacrificing privacy on the lower windows. The high-contrast materials (light walls, dark casings) and low-key furnishings are a wonderful complement to these feature windows. More: Skinny Windows: Exclamation Points of LightRibbon Windows: Privacy and Cool, Modern
South of Market bedroom
treasure about it is the vintage alarm clock. It is such a simple, practical piece, but it's one that immediately draws your attention. Intentionality is a key component to well-designed spaces, and is especially apparent when it comes to the little things.
John Maniscalco Architecture
Cole Valley Hillside
whether it's because of existing conditions, the style and engineering of the door or another reason. Keeping that threshold low and unobtrusive is key in these instances. You'll want something minimal to step over, and something that tends to visually recede into the background. In fact, you'll want