Modern Rustic Living RoomMidcentury Living Room, San Francisco
Existing Room and Board furniture set the scheme for this 1950's renovation. Custom desk in a red lacquer finish and solid walnut top help anchor the room and provide an excellent backdrop to the beige sofa.
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Tenancy in Common (TIC)What you own: Especially common in San Francisco and other areas that forbid turning apartments into condos or co-ops, a Tenancy in Common (TIC) allows you to own a percentage in an undivided property. For instance, you could buy 50 percent of a two-unit building. Then you and the other part owner draw up a Tenancy in Common agreement, which outlines exactly how you will divide the space — in this example, it may record that you will occupy the upstairs unit and share the backyard.
A vintage Lane Acclaim series coffee table takes center stage in this room filled with new Room & Board pieces, beautifully illustrating how these legs translate in modern surroundings.
"The client's love of the juxtaposition of natural elements with shiny and sleek modern elements really inspired the concept," says Baker. Walls were kept white to let the finishes shine and keep the home feeling modern.Both the client and her husband are over 6 feet tall, so they wanted to add some visual height to the 8-foot ceilings. The crown molding was stripped off, 8-inch baseboards were added and white paint was used to help visually extend the wall space.Starburst mirror: Crate and BarrelCouch: Andre Sofa, Room & Board Console: Anders Media Cabinet, Room & Board Armchairs: Gigi Chair, Room & Board Rug: Jute Chenille Herringbone Rug, West Elm