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Intricate Artwork and Living Room Wall Detail Contemporary Living Room, San Francisco

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Trendy open concept medium tone wood floor living room photo in San Francisco with red walls and no tv — Houzz

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reStyled by Valerie wrote:
Love the sectional where is it from? - I love the sectional.
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Louise Kaufman

Love the picture above the couch. Where did you purchase it?

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Hi Louise, it's actually a commissioned piece by a wonderful artist, Tahiti Pehrson. Not sure if you're in the New York area, but he had a show opening this evening if you'd like to see his work in person!

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Lynn Hope Norum wrote:
what is the wall color? The fabric for the sofa? I LOVE the colors! - Thank you very much! Lynn Lynnnorum@cox.net
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The fabric is an orange linen blend from the sofa manufacturer, Bensen. The wall color is a Venetian plaster colored with a custom blended Peruvian pigment called Cochineal. (bug blood)

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clallen1757 wrote:
Where can I get the gold bowls?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: Visionary Thinking Clicks With a San Francisco Entrepreneur
The color red reveals Vineet's vitality and passion; this red wall serves as his awards wall. "This is a subtle alternative to hanging up his PhD diploma and other accomplishments," Loczi says.Loczi introduced Vineet to the work of local artists, including Tahiti Pehrson, who created this 4- by 10-foot cut paper piece. The artwork connects to the other geometric pieces in the room and balances the size and color of the awards wall.
Erin Carlyle added this to Silver Screen to Room: Color Palettes Inspired by ‘La La Land’
Room designer: LoczidesignThis is a strong interpretation of the movie shot’s palette. Here, the colors — coral, as well as plum and an indigo-purple — vibrate with energy, though their intensity comes from the colors themselves rather than from the glow of an electric light.

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alienmum added this to email to Sid
love the colors of these dining chairs.
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Pops of color, minimal style 9/11
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Something big for the living room wall

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