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Bedroom - midcentury modern medium tone wood floor bedroom idea in San Francisco with gray walls

NordquistMidcentury Bedroom, San Francisco

Photos Courtesy of Sharon Risedorph & Michelle Wilson (Sunset Books)

Bedroom - midcentury modern medium tone wood floor bedroom idea in San Francisco with gray walls —  Houzz
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nousch wrote:Jun 27, 2011
  • Tina Kennedy

    what color is the wall?


  • jhawk635

    Has anyone found a desk like it that can be purchased? If so, where?

sedanz wrote:Mar 27, 2013
  • mhenghold
    It looks like Koa wood from Hawaii.
  • PRO
    Greg
    Looks like Henredon style
ninja53122 wrote:Nov 22, 2012
  • Swanlakehouse
    It is shaped a bit like a Moebius table
  • judyschmutter
    desk may be keno brothers Theodore alexander
Rafael Pieretti wrote:Jan 31, 2014
  • ngb4479
    Never saw an answer as to who designed this file cabinet. Anyone know?
  • marilynellis
    Looks Danish. Search Scandinavian websites and stores.
Laura wrote:Apr 6, 2011
  • Annie Thornton
    Both look vintage to me. I would check out ebay or 1sdibs for similar finds.
  • Laura
    Thanks!
ginayw wrote:Apr 25, 2014
  • PRO
    John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
    Thanks for your interest in this project. Unfortunately, we have archived the files associated with this project and don't have the information readily available. Please feel free to contact us and we'd be happy to help you design your space.
stephmorgan wrote:Mar 29, 2011
  • PRO
    Kelly Porter
    Try Magnetic Gray 7058 by Sherwin-Williams.
jmholmes75 wrote:Aug 4, 2013
    glaserc wrote:Mar 17, 2011

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      ermiller
      Liz Miller Interiors added this to The Best Uses for a Bay WindowMar 25, 2014

      A bay window is also the perfect place to showcase a freestanding desk, especially a vintage or unique piece. Here wood blinds help moderate the light and still allow a view to the outside.

      alisonhodgson
      Alison Hodgson added this to Working at Home Together (and Apart)Feb 24, 2014

      Where can you tuck a workspace? Here is a stunning desk area in what could have been another unused space.

      amyrenea
      Amy Renea added this to Creating Nests in Open-Plan SpacesJul 9, 2012

      Whether you are working with a large home or a small cottage, a modern loft or a classic Colonial, you can add a nest to keep your home feeling cozy and comfortable at any time of year. Keep your accessories and furnishings consistent with your style and don't be afraid to leave walls up when renovating your space. A little nest to hide in can make your home a peaceful retreat from the world.More: Creating Nests in Unexpected PlacesHow to Create an Outdoor Nest

      lawrencekarol
      Lawrence Karol added this to Expert Talk: 11 Desk Designs That Really Work ItJun 8, 2012

      Mix modern with traditional. "Working with our client, we chose this desk because of its unusual shape and organic design," says architect John Lum. "Originally, the triangular table was designed for the executive offices of Esprit and was part of a matching conference table set."He adds, "The organic shape contrasts nicely with the rather formal Edwardian features of the bay window and allows the owner to sit and enjoy the view at a diagonal, transforming a staid interior into a dynamic composition."

      sam70
      Samantha Schoech added this to A Desk for Every Home OfficeMay 31, 2012

      Major midcentury modern points. This triangular desk with its Scandinavian bones fits perfectly in this window nook. To die for.

      becky
      Becky Harris added this to New Classics: The EroS ChairMar 12, 2012

      In addition to the translucent polycarbonate versions, the chair also comes in an opaque version like you see here. In this image, the EroS brings the new to this mix of old and new furnishings.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      cindywies2
      Cindy Wiesner added this to cindywies2's ideasJan 20, 2019

      I like this table + a wood file drawer. If I use a laptop, I wouldn't need a keyboard drawer. Perhaps a printer could hide in the file drawer.

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