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Cape Cod meets San Francisco Victorian // Dining Room

The aim was to restore this room to its Victorian era splendor including custom wood panel wainscoting, and original cove ceilings. Focal lighting from Restoration Hardware. Wallpaper is hand printed and installed from Printsburgh.

Photo: Christopher Stark
Kitchen/dining room combo - mid-sized traditional medium tone wood floor kitchen/dining room combo idea in San Francisco with multicolored walls — Houzz

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Diana Bier Interiors, LLC wrote:
Love this dining room! - Could you please identify the wallpaper? It's wonderful!
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Thank you Diana. Wallpaper is hand printed and installed from Printsburgh Wallpaper. 

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Diana Bier Interiors, LLC

Thanks so much! Just beautiful!

Sirkku Barnes wrote:
Where do I find this wallpaper? - Moved to Cedar Lake, IN last year. Trying to make this place my this wallpaper. Please let me know where to find it. Thank you.
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Hi Sirkku. The wallpaper is hand printed and installed from Printsburgh Wallpaper. Good luck with your new home.


What Houzz contributors are saying:

Mitchell Parker added this to New This Week: 4 Fresh Dining Rooms Mix Old and New
1. East Meets WestDesigners: Homeowners with Michael Miller of Phase2 BuildersLocation: San FranciscoSize: 250 square feet (23 square meters)Homeowners’ request. Modernize while keeping and restoring the historical details of the Victorian-era home. “In addition, they looked to their experiences and former home of Cape Cod as inspiration for the materials, colors and treatments,” builder Michael Miller says. “They wanted it to feel like you could possibly be on a luxurious boat, while in fact the home is perched on the rolling hills of San Francisco, looking out to the Pacific.”Wall treatment. Traditional Victorian-era-replica wainscoting, reaching two-thirds of the way to the 10-foot ceiling and painted crisp white, with an exaggerated cap shelf that displays antiques. The homeowners selected the wallpaper above the wainscoting for its historical appeal.
Becky Harris added this to Trending: The Most Popular New Dining Areas in Summer 2018
Trend 1: Traditional Colonial InfluenceThese homeowners wanted a reminder of their former home on Cape Cod when restoring their Victorian-era home in San Francisco. They worked with builder Michael Miller of Phase2 Builders to create the appropriate wainscoting and restore the coved ceiling. Meanwhile, the antique English dining table, Windsor chairs, hand-painted wallpaper and sailboat model bring in Colonial Massachusetts style, while the light fixture adds a modern touch. Style tip: An Oriental rug is a good choice for a dining room. Not only does it add warm color and a beautiful classic pattern that works with most styles, but it can also hide a multitude of stains from food and drink.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

ptrinettem added this to ptrinettem's ideas
Maybe not the top shelf but the room looks more fancy with the white panels.
theallinonespot added this to BWH
Interesting approach to wainscoting in dining room.
HU-137064245 added this to webuser_137064245's ideas
פינת אוכל נעימה ותחומה
linda_moody61 added this to linda_moody61's ideas
This look could work with current wallpapaer in dining room
Mary Ellen added this to Dining
I like the architectural elements on the wall and pattern on top
jeanne_v75 added this to jeanne_v75's ideas
Paneled walls with contiguous display shelving

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