Carmel Mid-Century LEEDMidcentury Dining Room, San Francisco

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Dining room - midcentury modern dining room idea in San Francisco with beige walls —  Houzz
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Kristine Stewart wrote:Jul 10, 2014
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    Studio Schicketanz
    Krissysueann,

    The skylight is a Rollamatic skylihgt 14.5' x 6.5'.

    Thank you -
    Caitlin McMillen
    www.studioschicketanz.com
Cassandra Lombardi wrote:Oct 20, 2013
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    Studio Schicketanz
    Cassandra,

    The table was provided by the client, so I am unsure where it was purchased from.

    Best of luck in your search.

    Thank you,
    Caitlin McMillen
    Studio Schicketanz
    cmcmillen@studioschicketanz.com
mtnmermaid wrote:Dec 30, 2012
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    Studio Schicketanz
    The dining chairs were purchased by the client. Best of luck in your search!

    Thank you,
    Caitlin
    Studio Schicketanz
Samantha G wrote:Oct 18, 2016

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    lolalina
    Laura Gaskill added this to 10 Reasons to Love SkylightsAug 20, 2015

    9. Skylights can help clean indoor air. If you have skylights that open, using them in conjunction with the other windows in your home to create a chimney effect can help clear out stale old air and let in fresh air. If you are choosing a new skylight to put in, consider how you will be able to access it — if it’s too high to reach, you will need a special pole for opening it, or choose a motorized skylight that can be operated remotely.

    creativejewishmom
    creative jewish mom.com added this to Can't-Beat Style: Candlestick ClustersMay 28, 2013

    Silver candlesticks casually placed in this modern dining area in a Carmel, California, home look fresh and inviting, and the stunning yet simple bouquet of calla lillies echoes the sleek candlestick shapes, bringing our eye upward to gaze upon the gorgeous retractable skylight roof, a design detail I'd take any day.Tip: Add metallic shine in the form of decorative accessories — whether brass, silver or copper — to give your space that little something extra. Reflective surfaces act like jewels, elegantly embellishing the space.

    cathylara
    Cathy Lara added this to Houzz Tour: Small Changes Earn a Top Green RatingDec 13, 2012

    The clients didn't get their outdoor dining area, but the new retractable roof over the dining table brings in sunshine and fresh air with the push of a button. "You can have an outdoor dining experience without having to step outdoors," says Schicketanz.Rectractable roof: Rollamatic Roofs

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

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    Molly McCabe Boysel Interior Design LLC added this to MC B Master BathDec 20, 2018

    Glass block wall between MB/Bath??

    everdebz
    everdebz added this to midcenturyDec 8, 2018

    Studio Schicketanz: The skylight is a Rollamatic skylight 14.5' x 6.5'. Turn an atrium, courtyard, or rooftop into functional square footage. Of galvanized steel. Direct drive system is smooth, quiet, and virtually maintenance-free compared to cable drive, rack and pinion, or gear mechanisms. Natural Ventilation saves energy. [www.Libartusa.com]

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    Mark Regan added this to House IdeasNov 25, 2018

    Retractable roof. Very cool. Needs more thinking..

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