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Klopf Architecture - San Francisco Mid-Century Modern RemodelMidcentury Living Room, San Francisco

1960s living room photo in San Francisco with a standard fireplace —  Houzz
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nina111 wrote:Jun 25, 2013
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    Oak & Broad
    I think you are on point with your assesment. White Oak is preferred for dark stains.
mmkokich wrote:Dec 9, 2015
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    Klopf Architecture

    Hi, I'm afraid we don't have any record of the exact white used on the interior. Sorry not to be able to provide that info.

bpearse wrote:Jun 5, 2014
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    Klopf Architecture
    These windows are the original single pane, field-stopped windows. They could also be replaced with double pane windows. The field-stop detail is from the mid-century period.
pcpeanut wrote:Jan 5, 2013
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    Klopf Architecture
    The paint is "international orange" (just like the golden gate bridge). I'm not sure which brand was used in the end, but we specified Benjamin-Moore

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Jess McBride added this to Great Ways to Dress Up Those Necessary ColumnsMay 16, 2016

But let’s say you already have enough steely hues in your scheme that embracing one more, even if it’s the real deal, is too much to bear. That’s where a trusty paintbrush comes in. In probably 15 minutes or less, you can have a design feature that wasn’t there before.

John Hill added this to Color Energizes Modern House InteriorsFeb 13, 2013

In otherwise all-white or monochromatic interiors, colors tend to stand out — especially red. There are two splashes of paint in this living room, but only one is architectural. The red column really accentuates how it's separate from the planar elements (walls, floors, ceiling, window).

Jennifer Ott Design added this to 7 Spicy Hot Color Palettes to Fire Up a Living RoomMay 27, 2012

Here's another fantastic wall of windows but with dark, almost black wood floors and a mixture of gray and white hues as the predominant colors. This living room is the epitome of cool, clean and modern. The small bits of red give just the right amount of pep and life.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Aaron M added this to new house ideasDec 20, 2018

Interesting ceiling. Big windows.

Tim Hill added this to Wish ListNov 14, 2018

Idea of post post for load bearing wall removal and painting ceiling/beams. Also window wall

Diana added this to New Deck / Pool areaJul 31, 2018

paint pools in downstairs poles area

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