Carmel Mid-Century LEEDMidcentury Living Room, San Francisco

Robert Canfield Photography

1950s open concept living room photo in San Francisco —  Houzz
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jcipr wrote:Dec 30, 2012
designmadre wrote:Feb 17, 2016
pjorge wrote:Feb 2, 2013
  • Jennifer Egbert

    What is the price per sqft for the resin floor?

    Thank you,
  • Sharon Wienbar

    Hello, can you please refer a subcontractor for the floors?

jsloveshomes wrote:Feb 7, 2014
Brooke Knight wrote:Mar 3, 2013
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    Studio Schicketanz

    The paint color used in the dining room is Helios by Mythic Paint (

    Thank you,
    Caitlin Carr
    Studio Schicketanz
  • Brooke Knight
    Thanks so much Caitlin!
Frank and Marianne Gurley wrote:Mar 31, 2017
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    Studio Schicketanz

    Hello, Mariannebgurley!

    Thank you for your interest! We refinished the original fir wood paneling from the house to create this beautiful accent wall.

Jenny Payne wrote:Jan 18, 2016
glick_dave wrote:Feb 28, 2015
  • amerrydawn

    I am also interested in your source for wood paneling like photo

pizzyb wrote:Jul 24, 2014
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    Studio Schicketanz
    Pizzyb -

    The rug was sourced by the client so I am unsure of the original source. Best of luck in your search!

    Thank you -
    Caitlin McMillen
deazevedo design wrote:Nov 12, 2013
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    Studio Schicketanz

    The coffee table was provided by the client so unfortunately I do not know where they purchased it from.

    Best of luck in your search!

    Caitlin McMillen
    Studio Schicketanz
renee007 wrote:Apr 2, 2013
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    Studio Schicketanz

    Thank you! The redwood paneling was actually original to the home.

    -Caitlin Carr
    Studio Schicketanz
Roberta Quintero wrote:Dec 30, 2012
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    Studio Schicketanz

    This lamp was provided by the clients. Unfortunately, I do not know where they purchased this piece from. best of luck in your search!

    -Caitlin Carr
pizzyb wrote:Jul 24, 2014

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Urban Casa added this to Try These 5 Color Palettes for a Midcentury Modern LookSep 1, 2017

    5. Wood and white. As I mentioned earlier, wood is often a featured element in midcentury modern decor, reflecting this style’s simple, earthy flavor. Especially when combined with large glass windows, wood brings the feeling of the outside natural elements indoors. This stylish living room takes its cues from the midcentury era, with a harmonious, neutral palette of wood tones, brown leather and whites.Browse sofas and sectionals

    Mitchell Parker added this to Design Debate: Should You Ever Paint a Wood Ceiling White?Sep 27, 2016

    Trust intuition: “Continuity and regularity allow the eye to first read the ceiling as surface,” he continues. “Then, whether in a V-groove or square-edged application, the eye reads the directional order of the seam where the long edges of boards meet. These simple, regular lines clarify the module and scale of the building assembly. Most people may not realize they understand this about the building, but on an intuitive, if unarticulated, level, I am convinced that they do. White paint helps clarify order, and order is calming.”

    Natasha Saroca added this to 7 Reasons to Include a Little Gloss in Your DecorJul 29, 2015

    While ultraglossy finishes exude a luxe, glam vibe, they can look cold and clinical in some scenarios. But they can be yummy when teamed with high-contrast textures. My favorite materials to use with gloss include tan leather, wood, wool and any soft, cozy fabrics that soften and warm up sleek, shiny designs. Flooring: high-gloss white resin

    Charmean Neithart Interiors added this to Warm Up to Wood for an Eye-Catching WallOct 27, 2013

    Sleek and modern. Wood accent walls can look sleek and modern, not rustic at all. Walnut is a great choice for a modern accent wall, especially applied vertically. Notice the modern neutral palette of solids and textures. No need for art; the wood accent wall is the star.

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

    Instead of adding to the footprint of the existing home, the team installed a retractable roof over the dining room (background in photo). Fir wall panels and wood and camel tones warm up the white rooms. New double-pane glass windows, recycled denim insulation and radiant heat greatly improved the comfort of the house.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    Alexandra Lentz added this to Living rooms 19Sep 18, 2019

    The windows and colors are cool

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