Lindy DonnellyContemporary Kids, San Francisco

Chair from Beckmann Moore-Yaki Studio , Rug from Sloan Miyasato, table from Arkitektura.

Example of a trendy gender-neutral kids' study room design in San Francisco —  Houzz
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clgarglez wrote:Jan 5, 2012
  • motherbear
    Looks like a tent wall to me.
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    Lindy Donnelly
    A company called Castec makes window treatments with this vinyl material.
Jacy H wrote:Apr 29, 2014
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    Lindy Donnelly
    The area rug is from a showroom at the San Francisco Design Center. If you have further interest, kindly email me directly; thanks.
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            What Houzz contributors are saying:

            Annie Thornton added this to 9 Simple Ways to Savor Summer’s Final DaysSep 2, 2014

            8. Decorate with mellow yellow. Lift your interior with a hit of the sunshine hue. Accessorize with colorful cushions, a bright rug or grouped ceramics to boost the mood in an instant. If bright yellow is a bit too much, go for a palette of pales, from lemon to muted green.See more ways to decorate with yellow

            Becky Harris added this to Favorite Color Combinations: Gray and YellowAug 15, 2011

            You can also keep things light and contemporary with this color combination, as in this space.

            Scheer & Co. Interior Design added this to Rock Your Socks OffJun 4, 2011

            Don't hesitate to add a shiny element into a sea of matte surfaces. Polished to a mirror finish, this aluminum rocker, by Philippe Starck for Emeco, is not only a twist on the original Emeco chair, it's an unexpected addition to the dinner table.

            Lily Gahagan added this to 8 Tips for Layering RugsMar 4, 2011

            Play areas, heavily trafficked sections and under the dining table could all use an extra rug as a buffer over more permanent wall-to-wall carpet. (This rug is far too pretty to chance it, but you get the idea.)

            Erika Ward - Erika Ward Interiors added this to The Right Rug for a KitchenMar 2, 2011

            Dine in the sunshine. Yellow has always been a popular color for kitchens. For those who cannot commit to golden walls, a sprightly area rug may be the solution in a breakfast nook.

            Margaret Everton added this to 5 Terrific Non-Permanent Design TweaksFeb 3, 2011

            A simple yellow geometric rug reinforces this dining section and contributes to the collection of color and shape.

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