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Noe Valley Living Room Transitional Living Room, San Francisco

Photo- Matthew Millman
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Transitional living room photo in San Francisco with a standard fireplace — Houzz

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peace57 wrote:
MANTLE - Who makes mantles like this ...love it !!
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Deb Kauffman
Can someone please tell me where to buy this vase and flowers? Love this look and want to recreate it with my mantel.
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windyciccarello
You've done a beautiful job on this home. I don't have a question, I just wanted to tell you that it's just so beautiful - everything. Love love love this room with the lovely fireplace. Gorgeous! Windy
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Sueb20 wrote:
What are the flowers or pods in the vase on the mantle?
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cheereclipse1
Yes, I would like to know where to purchase these pods as well.
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Anum Ismail
Ditto
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gidget653 wrote:
Chair. - Could you please let me know where you purchased the chair? Thanks.
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We made them for the space. They are upholstered in a Laura leinhard textile.

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Savvy Home

Hi, we carry a number of similarly shaped chairs, all available on-sale here http://www.savvyhomestore.com/search?query=barrel

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paddykk wrote:
Where can I buy this club chair? Thanks.
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It is a custom chair upholstered in a Laura Lienhard linen
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Hi Paddy, we offer a number of similarly shaped chairs, all available on-sale here http://www.savvyhomestore.com/search?query=barrel

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Jen Chambers wrote:
wall paint colour?
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Home Style Austin
What great space!
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ftillona wrote:
Who makes the decorative bowl?
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It was purchased through Anthem in SF.
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margaret1045
Available at Xenia Home Gallery in Mequon, WI.
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Yu Wang wrote:
Tile - The tile is perfect! It blends the wood frame with the black fireplace well. Can you tell me where to buy this tile? Thanks
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sueye

yes I agree about the stone tile. What type of stone is it? Thanks. Sue

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Melinda Hall wrote:
Do you have a recommendation of where to purchase mantles like this?
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This is original to the home. I would try a salvage yard for something similar. If in the Bay Area, Ohmega is great.

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cherylalbright wrote:
what are the green flowers? are they real? where can I buy them? tks
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They are real. We got them from Floreal in San Francisco
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winniet wrote:
What is stuffed into the fireplace? Is it not a working fireplace?
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It's no longer working and it's firewood.
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Deb Kauffman wrote:
Can you please tell me where to buy the vase and flowers. Love this!
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Linds
I would also love to know where to get the vase
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feifel wrote:
Where is the mirror over the fireplace from?
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Madegoods
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Nat Karman wrote:
Coffee table - Where can I find this coffee table?
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Battersea in San Francisco
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lanawebb wrote:
Do you know what tile this is around the fireplace?
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Slate

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cmfstacey wrote:
Vase on mantle - Where is the vase on the mantle from?
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cweirmi wrote:
Fireplace? - Was this fireplace stripped and stained? Thanks!
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christyagnes wrote:
Do you know the name of the green flower? - I live in Iowa so impossible to buy them fresh, hoping that maybe I can get them in a silk flower somewhere so I can display them on my mantel all the time.
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klfrugoli wrote:
Love the tile! Can you tell me the name and manufacturer?
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Joy Cambridgestrategicpartners wrote:
How to create South Beach style backsplash
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arn24 wrote:
do you think Bm spanish white trim will look good with revere pewter? - dotty0928@hotmail.com
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Deb Kauffman wrote:
Love the vase and flowers. Please tell me where to purchase them.
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Laura Gaskill added this to Decorate With Intention: Love Your Living Room
Dilemma: Lacks focusSolution: Supersize your accessories.Bitty little candles, vases and knickknacks lose impact when spread throughout the room. Instead, choose large-scale mirrors and art, and chunky vases and objets d'art. If your room has a fireplace (working or not), it is a natural focal point, so be sure to place a few accessories there (a group of three works well) and a mirror above to reflect light.A note on fireplaces: If you have a working fireplace, keep a neat stack of wood nearby and it will feel all the more cozy, even when a fire isn't lit. If you have a nonworking fireplace, try filling it to the brim with cut wood, books (pages facing out, not spines) or a cluster of hurricane lanterns.
Katya Popova added this to Firewood Kindles Summer Style
Here's a clever way to display your firewood in the summer: Fill your entire fireplace with wood. It provides a very natural and practical use of the space during the off season.
Natalie Myers added this to 11 Tips for Picture-Perfect Mantel Styling All Year
For a perfectly styled mantel, create a balanced and curated composition. We see only a tall flower vase, a round mirror and a small cluster of objects here. That trio offers a strong geometry, with different shapes arranged to form a larger triangle and an organic feel. Yet the mantel is edited, and the objects are carefully presented. Extra points for the stacked firewood below.Your turn: Please share your postholiday mantel with us in the Comments section below.
Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer added this to Downsizing Help: Color and Scale Ideas for Comfy Compact Spaces
True or false? White or light-colored walls will make your rooms look larger.False! Let’s be clear; there is absolutely nothing wrong with painting the walls in a small home white. It can be calming, serene, sleek and, with the right furnishings and accessories, stunning. The white walls here are made warm and inviting by the rustic mantel and eclectic accessories. But after all, downsizing embraces reduction, so even if this rule were true — which it isn’t — who cares? Bottom line: You don’t need to eliminate color from your arsenal of decorating options.
Mary Jo Bowling added this to Walls Come a-Tumbling Down in a San Francisco Edwardian
An old, nonfunctioning classic fireplace got a new look with a hip wood stack and modern accessories. “It really needed a shot of texture,” says Davin.
Mary Jo Bowling added this to Stack in Style With a Creative Woodpile
In some cases these woodpiles serve a strictly decorative purpose in a nonfunctioning or little-used fireplace. In others they’re simply chic and effective wood storage. Whatever the reason, the woodpile has never looked so intriguing.1. Fill It FullThis home, by Jute Interiors, has a nonfunctioning fireplace. Nevertheless, designers brought the warmth of wood back to the focal point by filling it full of logs.
Michelle Gage | Interior Designer added this to 10 Ways to Create Mantelpiece Magic
4. Showcase treasures. For a simple and clean look, style the top of your mantel with only your absolute favorite pieces. The absence of objects can make a statement too. If your fireplace is nonfunctioning, you can decorate the interior as well. Choose a collection of glass vases, stacks of antique books or a bundle of cut wood.
Bryan Anthony added this to Houzz Call: How Have You Decorated Your Unused Fireplace?
Keeping unused logs from the previous season in the fireplace is a logical way to store them so they won’t rot out in the elements, but they’re also a comforting reminder of the cycle of the seasons.Show us: Do you change up your firebox for the summer? If so, we want to see it.

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