Marin Contemporary New ConstructionContemporary Living Room, San Francisco
What Houzz contributors are saying:
The home has few interior doors. Instead, wood-clad partition walls separate rooms without closing them off. “The whole house flows from one space to the next. Both from room to room and from interior to exterior,” Justrich says. “It’s a great example of California indoor-outdoor living.”In the living room, a custom “sofa” is composed of two separate seats and a central table, all of which can be rearranged. A padded window seat provides additional seating.