Larkin Street Residence - John Maniscalco ArchitectureModern Bedroom, San Francisco

Inspiration for a modern light wood floor bedroom remodel in San Francisco with white walls —  Houzz
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nothingbutbball wrote:Mar 17, 2013
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    I'm wondering if you could provide some information regarding your built in shelving. Was this purchased and if so, do you have info on what the product was and where it can be purchased? Thank you much.
alinap wrote:Aug 2, 2011
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    Behr's Ultra Pure White is a similar white.
Katherine Fitzgerald wrote:Sep 21, 2011

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    becky
    Becky Harris added this to Captured in Design: AlcatrazSep 19, 2011

    The first important structure built on Alcatraz was the lighthouse, in the mid-1800s. This was the first lighthouse built on the American West Coast. In 1850 it became a military fort, and later a military prison. It housed prisoners and Southern sympathizers during the Civil War, and it went on to house Spanish-American war prisoners, and conscientious objectors to World War I. Side Note: Kudos to this photographer for framing the cruise ship and Alcatraz with the window; they look like they are about the same size in this shot. Where would you rather be? Personally, for me it's kind of a toss up.

    johnhill
    John Hill added this to Design Details: Framing ViewsApr 8, 2011

    In another part of the Larkin Street residence, a room provides two views. The one on the left parallels the living room. But the one on the right looks towards the harbor, instead of the bridge. This small opening allows the person sitting at the built-in desk to be distracted by the water and boats.

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