Healdsburg RanchFarmhouse Bedroom, San Francisco

Lisa Romerein

Inspiration for a farmhouse bedroom remodel in San Francisco —  Houzz
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carinpam wrote:Jan 9, 2016
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    It's antique. It was purchased from a dealer in San Francisco.

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    Helene Brown wrote:Jun 8, 2015

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      Michelle Gage | Interior Designer added this to Flea Market Find: Vintage LaddersMar 7, 2016

      4. You can add a stylish stepladder for not a lot of green — you can often snag one for as little as $20. If it will be purely decorative, don’t invest in one that’s in perfect working condition.Cleaning tip: If you prefer your vintage wooden ladder to not look so vintage, here’s a simple way to bring it back to life. First, mix Murphy’s Oil Soap with water and wash the ladder with a rag dampened with the mixture. Second, if there is still dirt or paint stuck to the piece, rub it gently with very fine steel wool in the direction of the wood grain. Finally, spray orange oil on a dry cloth and buff to a shine.

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      Mary Jo Bowling added this to Houzz Tour: A California Country Home With a French AccentMay 20, 2015

      Upstairs, a pass-through to the master bedroom has become a small library space. There’s a built-in daybed, which makes a great place for comfortable reading. A vintage library ladder allows the owners access to the books on the uppermost shelves.“This is the only place in the house we have color on the walls,” Davin says. “To me, it almost gives it a British feeling.”Shelf paint: French Gray No. 18, Farrow & Ball; ladder: Antiquario

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      Jennifer Billesberger added this to PEI CottageJun 1, 2019

      Tiny library, window seat, desk?

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      Chris Cook added this to Classique FolderJan 24, 2019

      This is the plank door that we would like. I think it is solid wood, heavy. We wanted these for all doors, but that proved too expensive. As discussed, we are looking at 7 doors between the main level and upstairs level. Basement doors would be different.

      scruse67
      scruse67 added this to den inspirationJan 17, 2019

      built in seated bench (on left)

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