Modern Home Office, San Francisco
The inspiration for the remodel of this San Francisco Victorian came from an unlikely source – the owner’s modern-day cabinet of curiosities, brimming with jars filled with preserved aquatic body parts and specimens. This room now becomes the heart of the home, with glimpses into the collection a constant presence from every space. A partially translucent glass wall (derived from the genetic code of a Harbor Seal) and shelving system protects the collection and divides the owner’s study from the adjacent family room.
Inspiration for a mid-sized modern built-in desk dark wood floor study room remodel in San Francisco with white walls and no fireplace
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Style Tip: Put It Under GlassOld-world collectors put their collections into apothecary jars, under bell jars or in...
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Specimens on display