Dolores Street ResidenceTraditional Bedroom, San Francisco

This 7,000 square foot renovation and addition maintains the graciousness and carefully-proportioned spaces of the historic 1907 home. The new construction includes a kitchen and family living area, a master bedroom suite, and a fourth floor dormer expansion. The subtle palette of materials, extensive built-in cabinetry, and careful integration of modern detailing and design, together create a fresh interpretation of the original design.

Photography: Matthew Millman Photography

Inspiration for a large timeless master carpeted and gray floor bedroom remodel in San Francisco with gray walls and no fireplace —  Houzz
Related Photo Topics
Related Professionals in San Francisco
This photo has 22 questions
Kathy Iftody wrote:Jan 28, 2013
  • Lauren Wetzel

    I'd love to know this too!

  • PRO
    Schwartz and Architecture

    Our designs come through lots of discussions with clients....not a simple question to answer.

Snagy wrote:Feb 2, 2011
seminack wrote:Jan 4, 2016
  • PRO
    Fenstermann LLC

    Hey There: We were not involved in this project, but this appear to be roman shades with a valance on top. They normally fold down from the top...they look very well done and custom. Your local window treatment dealer should be able to show you many fabric options. Good Luck

  • PRO
    Schwartz and Architecture

    The window treatments in this project were custom made roman shades with a valence. We worked with a local fabricator.

janefrasca wrote:Jun 28, 2015
  • PRO
    Schwartz and Architecture

    We worked with clients for several years and tested many colors with them to suit their taste! The color was a custom mix and so glad you like it.

  • Andre Beluchi

    The color of the window shades are what got my attention. It does bring match the scene of the entire room. Just looking at it is giving me some thoughts about picking out several shades to install on some of the rooms of my home. http://www.blindtime.com/index.php 

Sharmistha Das wrote:Dec 2, 2013
  • karengainer
    I love this wall color. Would you mind giving me the name of it? Thanks!
  • PRO
    Schwartz and Architecture

    Custom recipe for clients

Carolyn Gaughan wrote:Jan 17, 2013
castiza1 wrote:Jul 19, 2012
Carolina Noszticzius wrote:Jan 31, 2011
lovellln wrote:Jan 20, 2011
  • Annie Thornton
    Drilling into your windows may void the warranty, so I would suggest that is not the best option. I would think it's best to mount the window treatments onto the sides or on the inside of the top of the window jam outside of the casement-this is called a top mount.
  • PRO
sadie1jane wrote:Sep 15, 2017
Sandy wrote:Nov 10, 2016
Julia LaRose wrote:Feb 6, 2014
lakeboy wrote:Dec 14, 2013
deniseashurst wrote:Nov 12, 2012
15ocjennfer wrote:May 30, 2012
Ro wrote:Mar 30, 2011

What Houzz contributors are saying:

lolalina
Laura Gaskill added this to Unify Your Home in 8 Simple Design AreasJan 5, 2013

4. Window treatments. Choosing a single window treatment style for your home is one simple way to connect the rooms. Roman shades are a classic choice — they look good with any style decor, and they can be layered with curtains if you want to change things up.

lolalina
Laura Gaskill added this to Give Peace a Chance: Room-by-Room Tips to Create CalmDec 29, 2012

BedroomsMake your bed each morning. This one simple thing can go a long way toward feeling that all is right at home. If it's not already your habit, resolve to begin smoothing your sheets and covers and plumping your pillows each morning. Just walking by the bedroom will give you a little lift, and sliding into a crisply made bed each evening is one of life's little pleasures that shouldn't be missed.

danyelle
Danyelle Mathews added this to 8 Master Bedrooms Where Casual Is KingMay 11, 2012

When I think of custom drapery, my mind often envisions heavy fabric overpowering a room. What I learned: When done right, custom drapery, like these Roman shades, can add a level of simple sophistication.

kerriekelly
Kerrie Kelly Design Lab added this to 18 Ways to Make a Small Space Look LargerFeb 5, 2011

9. It is best to avoid unnecessary details, such as ruffles in furniture and window treatments. Use simple paneled draperies or shades.

margareteverton
Margaret Everton added this to 12 Ideas for Contemporary Window DressingsJan 31, 2011

These sleek slate-toned shades provide the needed balance between light and dark in this gentle and beautifully simple bedroom. The slightly darker shade adds dimension without drawing attention to the shades themselves.

decordemon
decordemon added this to Your Windows: Roman Shades 101Jan 17, 2011

Tone-on-tone styles are a safe bet for any design lover looking to bring Roman shades into their home. This style is a layering effect using slightly different shades of the same color. If you're on a budget, this is a great way to go since most retailers carry readymade options in neutral tones. You can always find amazing, streamlined neutral shades online at The Shade Store.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

truedesignnc
True Design added this to Weatherbend2 days ago

Great example of a contrasting curtain. These are actually roman shades which would be gorgeous in the bedroom!

Similar Ideas
Nantucket meets Mountain
North Haven Residence
Green Street
Seeley's Bay Summer Home
Portfolio Photographs
Kiawah Vacation Home
Silent Gliss Window Treatments
Custom Bedding Window Treatments
Bedrooms with Similar Colors
Museum District
Antigua Cove
Beechwood & Llewellyn
Дом у озера
Pop of Color
At Home
Mount Curve, MN - Villa West 2013
Beaux Arts Beauty
Peddie bungalow renovation & addition

Need help with an existing Houzz order? Call 1-800-368-4268