Mediterranean Revival

A French revival mansion in the hills of San Francisco needed a major renovation. My clients wanted an open plan with plenty of room for their art collection and mid century modern antiques. Light pours through the house from morning til night and a harmony is restored through simple trim details and a neutral color palette.
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An open plan living room is flooded with afternoon light in the hills of San Francisco. A custom Tibetan contemporary rug designed by Marcia Weese, anchors the living room furniture. Mid century modern antique chairs and a coffee table, designed by a prominent Chicago architect, are a conversation piece. Modern art is placed strategically. We plastered the existing fireplace an...More
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Mid Century antique furniture warms up the dining room which is seen from the entry foyer. A custom Tibetan rug designed by Marcia Weese graces the entry. The floors are original oak stained a dark espresso color and waxed to a high sheen.
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A custom Tibetan rug designed by Marcia Weese, was created for the entry which leads you east into the dining room or west into the living room. My 4 legged client approves!
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A library off the living room offers comfortable reading and afternoon naps.
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Weese+Design Tibetan rug is customized for the entry leading into the living room.
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Blue glass tiles freshen up the master bath. We used gridded glass for privacy in this vintage window.
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The kitchen was patterned after existing cabinets that create a verticality and spaciousness. Forbo random floor tile makes the kitchen less formal, as the Clients desired.
“Pojok” — aurello
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