ChristoffersenContemporary Living Room, San Francisco

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Living room - contemporary living room idea in San Francisco with a tile fireplace —  Houzz
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drmrsiddiqui wrote:Oct 11, 2013
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    John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
    Thank you for your interest in our work. Unfortunately we are not able to review our archives for every product request. We suggest that you take a photo to your local tile showroom and ask for something similar. Many tiles can be custom cut to specified shapes.
  • PRO
    ANN SACKS - Texas
    Yes! This does appear to be our 1-3/4" x 17" Luxor Grey limestone. You can view the complete collection on our Website here - http://bit.ly/1bhBS1d - Don't hesitate to get in touch direct for design recommendations, pricing and samples 214 742 8453 or dallas@annsacks.com. - TAMARA | Design & Sales
Maria D wrote:Jan 22, 2011
  • athenian8
    Where can I buy this, please?
  • jeff1185
    Are the tiles grouted at the corner seams?
sjoymiller wrote:Jul 16, 2014
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    John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
    Thanks for your interest in this project. Unfortunately, we have archived the files associated with this project and don't have the information readily available. Please feel free to contact us and we'd be happy to help you design your space.
  • Jimmy A

    Great design. I think you'd have to make it work for your own unique space. Cabinets have standard sizes, otherwise you are looking for custom. So measure your space, see what's out there, and know what you need. I am currently designing one inspired by this work of art with a 9ft wide wall and plan to split them into 3 equal parts and use IKEA 36" wide & 15" deep modern (wall or base) cabinets on both sides. Otherwise I can have 48" in the center so the fireplace can have 3inches on each side and use the IKEA 30" (wall or base) cabinets on both sides. This may mean that a 36" wide gas fireplace insert will be installed in the middle without space on either side of the fireplace. Unique to the space and wall width I have available. This picture clearly has more wall width to work with.

Aileen wrote:Nov 1, 2013
  • truthseekerbip
    they look like the "luxor grey" tiles from Ann Sacks (1 3/4" x 17") i think they're some kind of limestone.
  • dcombe
    yes thats them
Penny wrote:Oct 29, 2013
  • Alev Seymen
    Hello, Can you please share the information for the tile you used at fireplace? Thank you
  • PRO
    John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
    Thanks for your interest in this project. Unfortunately, we have archived the files associated with this project and don't have the information readily available. Please feel free to contact us and we'd be happy to help you design your space.
paddykk wrote:Jun 18, 2013
carasanto wrote:Jul 3, 2012
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    John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
    They were custom made. Generally, most cabinets you see in an Architect's Portfolio will be custom-designed specifically for the room/house.
  • sherrybott
    is it possible to hang a TV above the fire place? is there room to place the cables and cable boxes in this unit? the center piece is tile or stone? how can we hang the TV on this type of the material? thank you.
clecoque wrote:May 31, 2012
  • wilturn
    A ficus
  • rosacanin
    It is a Bromelia. Home Depot carries it. It is blooming right now. In that pot must be around 3 plants.
Hooks Ind. wrote:Dec 28, 2011
naustakahashi wrote:Jun 29, 2011
perle wrote:Feb 16, 2011
terryfox123 wrote:May 24, 2014
  • PRO
    John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
    Thanks for your interest in this project. Unfortunately, we have archived the files associated with this project and don't have the information readily available. Please feel free to contact us and we'd be happy to help you design your space.
Jeanne wrote:Oct 13, 2013
Alexa wrote:Jun 21, 2013
Axis Consulting Services wrote:Mar 24, 2013
jferrandi wrote:Dec 28, 2011
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    Bentley Design
    Bentley Design can custom build the table for you, they can be reached at727-631-2882.
mpaulettehoward wrote:Feb 15, 2014
    Kalistan Interiors wrote:Mar 23, 2013
      bonniedschwartz wrote:Oct 17, 2012

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        sheilaschmitz
        Sheila Schmitz added this to 8 Ways to Frame Your Fireplace With ShelvesJul 24, 2014

        Perfect symmetry. Just because you love minimalist design doesn’t mean you have to go without when it comes to storage. This unit combines ample space in the lower cabinets with plenty of display space above. The natural timber contrasts nicely with the tiles wrapping around the fireplace surround. For a polished and professional-looking finish, custom-made cabinets are often the way to go. The cabinets work so well here because they align precisely with the top of the fireplace.

        danyelle
        Danyelle Mathews added this to The Family Home: Living Rooms You Can Live InFeb 9, 2012

        Those with a modern aesthetic often complain about the appearance of today's toys. The drawers that flank the fireplace in this image are a great solution. They are just the right height for children and are deep enough for even the bulkiest of plastic toys.

        vanessa_brunner
        Vanessa Brunner added this to Readers' Choice: Best Living Rooms of 2011Dec 25, 2011

        10. A great fireplace can often take a well-designed living room to the next level. This simple and modern fireplace surround makes a big statement in this room, without detracting from the exquisite furnishings and finishings.

        rebekahzaveloff
        KitchenLab Interiors added this to Surround Your Fireplace With Tile, Brick or StoneDec 6, 2011

        Run the stone tile to the ceiling to create drama and accentuate the vertical. Charcoal gray and black stone are always great ways to de-emphasize the black box that is a trademark of gas fireplaces.

        bethdotolo
        Beth Dotolo, ASID, RID, NCIDQ added this to Style Update: Tile Gets in LineJul 22, 2011

        This gorgeous fireplace shows you can take a more natural looking product and create a sleekly formated installation. It's incredibly modern in style, but still has a clean, earthy feel. The elongated tile set in a horizontal orientation adds serenity to the space.

        johnhill
        John Hill added this to Architectural Details: Beautiful Built-InsJun 27, 2011

        Again built-in shelves define one side of a living space where clerestories can be found, but these are split by a fireplace covered in gray tiles.

        debbiesnider
        Debbie Snider added this to Add Style and Function to Your Home with Fireplace Built-InsApr 17, 2011

        The fireplace is a strong vertical feature in gray stacked stone, and paired with the dark floating cabinets, grounds the wall. Floating shelves and transom windows add lightness.

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        etcspavs
        etcspavs added this to Hygeia HouseNov 23, 2019

        Odeon but I like how tall it is and the wood built ins with shelves

        samantha_saturn
        Samantha Saturn added this to Home Office v2Nov 7, 2019

        I think this is what Steve is looking for like wood shelves and desk maybe...

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