Example of a mid-sized trendy beige floor and light wood floor great room design in San Francisco with blue walls and no fireplace

Mark Dutka

Contemporary Dining Room, San Francisco | Photo by InHouse Design Studio

This dining room cabinet replaced an existing sliding door cabinet. The client wanted an open storage solution that would highlight their glass ware and bae a focal point for the room. The copper backsplash reflected copper touches in other parts of the home.
Example of a mid-sized trendy beige floor and light wood floor great room design in San Francisco with blue walls and no fireplace - Houzz

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Ahiruno Pekkle wrote:April 9, 2012
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    InHouse Design Studio
    8 years ago
    The client had those already. We just used them in the photo. Sorry!
  • yvonne mccallister
    8 years ago
    CB2 has a tall vase very similar to these. It is on sale at the present. Very nice vase.
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