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BedroomTransitional Bedroom, San Francisco

Example of a transitional guest medium tone wood floor bedroom design in San Francisco with beige walls and no fireplace —  Houzz
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olly wrote:Jun 14, 2013
  • gloriab37
    I love this room! The wrap around counter/desk & built in cabinets are perfect for projects, a computer, etc. It can also serve as a guest bedroom.
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lghhi wrote:Sep 24, 2012
naomiby wrote:Nov 11, 2013
    denise1234 wrote:Nov 8, 2013

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      Design With Science added this to Set the Scene for a Stress-Free Holiday VisitOct 23, 2013

      Provide visual and acoustic privacy. Guests relish having time away from seeing and hearing others, even if they need to sleep in your home office to get it. We're social animals. If we see or hear others, we can't ignore them mentally. The potential for someone to come into our view or within earshot puts our brains on constant alert, which stresses us, whether we know it's happening or not. Try to put guests in the most remote part of the house, so they feel like they have a comforting sanctuary.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      Jeff Irle added this to Wish ListMar 30, 2019

      Maybe A skylight for Eric's room?

      Sally Cole added this to Sally's ideasMar 13, 2019

      This seems to be a multi functional space.

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