Bali Construction craftsman-bedroom
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Bali Construction Craftsman Bedroom, San Francisco

This charming Craftsman classic style home has a large inviting front porch, original architectural details and woodwork throughout. The original two-story 1,963 sq foot home was built in 1912 with 4 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. Our design build project added 700 sq feet to the home and 1,050 sq feet to the outdoor living space. This outdoor living space included a roof top deck and a 2 story lower deck all made of Ipe decking and traditional custom designed railings. In the formal dining room, our master craftsman restored and rebuilt the trim, wainscoting, beamed ceilings, and the built-in hutch. The quaint kitchen was brought back to life with new cabinetry made from douglas fir and also upgraded with a brand new bathroom and laundry room. Throughout the home we replaced the windows with energy effecient double pane windows and new hardwood floors that also provide radiant heating. It is evident that attention to detail was a primary focus during this project as our team worked diligently to maintain the traditional look and feel of the home
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Inspiration for a craftsman bedroom remodel in San Francisco with gray walls — Houzz

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msorkinl wrote:
I love the pendant light fixture. Where can I find one like it?
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16750pearl
Is the trim around the wood windows painted grade wood?
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Thanks for commenting! The light was found at a thrift store in Berkeley, CA. The trim is painted grade wood!
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bungalowmo wrote:
I really like this room..... - But that ceiling fixture is far too whimpy! Needs something bigger ...antique with the 4 hanging glass shades. That's a big room, the light needs to hold it's own among this.
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Thank you for your comment!
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We agree! This room would be much more complete with a larger light fixture.
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ehharris55 wrote:
windows - I really like the craftsman window that open outward...can you tell me the manufacturer?
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Thanks for your comment! I apologize for such a delayed response. These windows were from The Window Warehouse in Emeryville, CA.
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Pete Jaworski
I couldn't find The Window Warehouse anywhere on the Internet. Is that the correct name? I assume these are custom windows and not a stock product. Are you aware of any Windows in this style that would open inward so that a screen could be on the outside?
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Nancy Fisher wrote:
Stain colors - I would love to know what stain color is on the windows. If you know the floors that too please!!!
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Previous comments show """Hi there, thanks for your question! This beautiful hardwood is tongue and groove, vertical grain Doug Fir!"""

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Jeremy wrote:
Can you tell me the wall and trim colors? - And the brand of paint?
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Thanks for your question! I am sorry to be responding so late. The paint from this house was a special mix of colors done by the designer. We unfortunately don't have the specific information.
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Anna Chapovsky wrote:
what is the flooring, it is beautiful!
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Hi there, thanks for your question! This beautiful hardwood is tongue and groove, vertical grain Doug Fir!
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stephanie dorn wrote:
I also love the paint color and trim can yu tell us what it is? thank you!!!
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Thanks for your question! I am sorry to be responding so late. The paint from this house was a special mix of colors done by the designer. We unfortunately don't have the specific information.
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bwongmorey wrote:
Love the color scheme! What paint colors? - Can you please tell me what colors you used for the grey walls and the cream crown molding? Thank you!
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Thanks for your question! I am sorry to be responding so late. The paint from this house was a special mix of colors done by the designer. We unfortunately don't have the specific information.
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savvymama wrote:
Beautiful curtains! - Can you please tell me where these curtains are from and what fabric? thanks!
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Mitchell Parker added this to Upgrade Your Windows for Beauty, Comfort and Big Energy Savings
Cost: There are many factors that affect cost, but here’s a general breakdown from Markham: “If you’re an average consumer buying new replacement windows with a decent energy rating, and you’re installing them yourself, you can expect to pay $190 to $275 per window, depending on the size and efficiency,” he says. “If you hire someone to install them, that number might shoot up to $285 to more than $400 per window,” he continues. “So for a two- or three-bedroom bungalow with 12 average-size windows, you’re looking at $2,400 if you do it yourself; $3,500 to $4,000 if you have it installed. Add on extra to paint or clad the trim.”

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Chris Smith added this to Chris' ideas
nice way to bring the wood into a bright room
Ellenwood Homes Ltd. added this to Tetz kitchen
wood windows with white trim - a good compromise?

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