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Family Room, Home Theater and BarTraditional Home Theater, San Francisco


Photo by Bernard André

Inspiration for a timeless home theater remodel in San Francisco with a wall-mounted tv —  Houzz
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dvivoli wrote:Feb 2, 2014
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  • Wendy Robertson
    What is the heighth of the table behind the couch! Love that piece!!
luperojo wrote:Feb 6, 2013
  • wendyn

    what color of white enamel did you use?


  • Danielle Sopko

    Gorgeous set up! Is the large entertainment wall made of a veneered plywood or is it wood paneling?

kmcelvy wrote:Feb 1, 2014
  • tsnorlin
    Where is the sectional from?
  • contour900
    Bar tables and sofa tables like this but made from a length of mesquite wood and with a free-standing wood base can be found at some Southwest or rustic furniture places. I have a sofa table like this in my house in Albuquerque from Ghost Town Rustic Furniture. Cost was about $300.
lvfairman wrote:Jun 14, 2013
  • robinluns4d
    you can save yoyr money & make one like it.
  • Issac Zhang
    What about the gigantic size monitor? Where did you get that
7805brandon wrote:Sep 8, 2014
  • Lynn E

    Where can I get a table like the one behind the couch?


  • Holly E

    Anybody have information on this sectional?

chadcthayer wrote:Mar 16, 2013
Ivan Fragoso wrote:Jun 10, 2013
Christopher Yue wrote:Feb 10, 2013
  • monika2024
    it's a guy thing. I don't get it.
  • Charles Wiley
    Really like going to do the same
trabbitt43 wrote:Aug 17, 2014
  • Ted Morgan
    where is the couch from
  • Sarah Shuda

    Love this table, who made it?

allglimmer wrote:Jul 6, 2014
elizabethhauser wrote:Mar 23, 2014
501847592 wrote:Jan 26, 2014
ejrobinson03 wrote:Apr 25, 2013
connor97 wrote:Mar 21, 2013
zoltanmichael wrote:Jul 12, 2015
wasspaw wrote:Jan 27, 2015
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    The electrician specified the recessed cans so we do not have that information--sorry. Best of luck with your project!

  • tonytonic

    Where can I find that reclaimed wood table

Sagar Patel wrote:Sep 21, 2014
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    Hmmmm... really hard to separate, but just guesstimating, I'd have to say, about $75K. Thanks for your interest in our work!
  • pierpoint

    Where can i buy that counter?

Hazel Clemmons wrote:Aug 5, 2014
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    Sorry for the delay in response. I do not know anyone who makes this kind of narrow, bar-height, live-edge table off the shelf. We custom made this table for the project and engineered it to be bolted to the floor, as it is in this installation.
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    I know a great company in Laguna Niguel who makes the live edge table/bar. check out: STUDIOLASNUBES.COM - ask for Dave or Scott

kmcelvy wrote:Mar 3, 2014
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    Roughly 9' longX 16"deepX 42" high. It is bolted to the floor for stability.
  • davisdo

    Hi, did you buy the bar table legs, or make them yourself?

aprils007 wrote:Jan 7, 2014
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    Wood is walnut. I no longer have the stain specs.
  • davisdo

    how did you finish the walnut slab on the table.. wipe on poly, Danish oil or tung oil?

shragy wrote:Nov 23, 2013
stevens6 wrote:Aug 28, 2013
lebnation33 wrote:Jun 10, 2013
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    Restoration Hardware. About $10K.
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hockeycamp wrote:Jun 2, 2013
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karenray wrote:Feb 17, 2013
sonvolt10 wrote:Jul 19, 2016
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    They may be "invisible" in-ceiling speakers. They would look the same as the drywall.

jenandricksmith wrote:Jan 11, 2015
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    The center section with the TV screens is about 15' long X 16' deep, as I recall. I don't have the info. handy to provide more specific numbers. Thanks for your interest in our work!

arionnaperry wrote:Oct 23, 2014
bfreeman690 wrote:Sep 22, 2014
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    For the wall color, we matched the color from the homeowner's main floor. The trim was something similar to Ben. Moore's White Dove, although I no longer have that information. Thanks for your interest in our work!
sdbm wrote:Jul 2, 2014
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    Hi there: Typically, the logistics of customizing a design for a single room all the way across the country is cost-prohibitive. The distance issue is not such a big deal for a large project, such as a new home. The other option is to have someone in your area draw the existing plans of your space, which we could work with in creating a similar design. I hope this helps. If you would like to talk further, please call our office at 650.579.5762. Thanks for your interest in our work!
Sarah Schiffli-Glauch wrote:May 9, 2014
stoconnor007 wrote:Apr 21, 2014
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    I am just seeing this question now. We custom-made this bar table for this project. The wood is a live-edge walnut.
cegtottlieb wrote:Apr 9, 2014
stellerproject wrote:Apr 3, 2014
Zach Rohelier wrote:Mar 23, 2014
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    The main TV is actually a projector screen. The projector pops down from the central ceiling coffer above the bar seating.
cegtottlieb wrote:Mar 23, 2014
rlooker wrote:Mar 23, 2014
ryranmat wrote:Mar 10, 2014
luciemorris wrote:Feb 3, 2014
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    This color was custom matched to the home's existing foyer and hallway color. Sorry I do no have the specific name.
noles2013 wrote:Jan 21, 2014
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logrimm wrote:Jun 17, 2013
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    Typically, rugs help define a "space" and it's nice to have at least part of the main furniture pieces within the space sitting on the rug. In this instance, the homeowner simply wanted something soft underfoot while lounging in the home theater area and we wanted to keep the rug out of the path of traffic so our size was pretty easily determined;)!
mlmullins wrote:May 27, 2013
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monika2024 wrote:Apr 6, 2013
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Rukma Raybardhan wrote:Mar 3, 2013
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    The round pendants are from Plantation. We may have some left over from this project that we weren't able to use and couldn't return, so let me know if you're interested in purchasing.
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                      Spectator or stadium stools are the tallest. They are designed for use at a 48-inch-high table or counter, so their seat height ranges from 34 to 36 inches tall. This variety of stool is often used when extra height is needed, like for television viewing.

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                      Sure, I like putting my feet up and enjoying a nice view and abundant sunshine at home — just as long as it doesn’t interfere with the baseball game I’m watching on my big-screen TV. Am I right, guys? The survey found that men are more than twice as likely to derive happiness from a big-screen TV than women (40 percent versus 17 percent). What’s more, the sound of a big-screen TV is three times more popular among men than women (15 percent versus 5 percent). That means dudes don’t even have to be looking at the TV for it to make them happy. Amazing.

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