Pacific Heights Home BedroomContemporary Kids, San Francisco

This 6500 s.f. new home on one of the best blocks in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights, was designed for the needs of family with two work-from-home professionals. We focused on well-scaled rooms and excellent flow between spaces. We applied customized classical detailing and luxurious materials over a modern design approach of clean lines and state-of-the-art contemporary amenities. Materials include integral color stucco, custom mahogany windows, book-matched Calacatta marble, slate roofing and wrought-iron railings.

Kids' room - contemporary gender-neutral dark wood floor kids' room idea in San Francisco with blue walls —  Houzz
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Ruth Clark wrote:Jan 17, 2012
  • tnwith4
    Mary, patriotic white is also a off white with a hint of blue, but its more of a spa/seafoam blue. Is the american white more of a blue blue? Thats what I'm looking for, any other recomendations for a pale, pale, blue? Thanks
  • Emma Tracy
    The wall color may be Benjamin Moore. "First snowfall"
carolryan wrote:Aug 25, 2012
  • jjcarnell
    Marvin makes French casement pushout windows
  • steff13
rumpusbumpus wrote:Apr 18, 2012
  • Analia Camarasa
    I love this room. What is namebrand and color on the walls?
  • abonn
    Looks just like Fleur de Sel by Sherwin Williams
celeste murphey interiors wrote:Nov 20, 2012
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    Richardson Homes, Inc.
    Is all the moulding around windows, doors, and base boards one piece or are they several pieces?
  • sherichisholm
    Did they ever say about the moulding?
nance76 wrote:May 12, 2012
  • skatekey
    like the light blue and salmon colors
bettyryon wrote:Feb 13, 2013

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to 8 Ways to Make What You Have BetterJun 1, 2016

    1. Uninspiring moldings. The rich detail that decorative molding adds to a home is getting ever more popular, but it can certainly be pricey, especially if you tear out existing trim and start fresh. If you have decent but drab molding in place, beef it up with additional strips. Add to the crown, baseboard or even door and window trim, then paint it the same color.

    Bud Dietrich, AIA added this to How to Size Interior Trim for a Finished LookJun 24, 2012

    As always, this isn't a hard and fast rule. Casings that equal the dimensions of the baseboards certainly can work quite well.

    Rachel Grace added this to Renovation Detail: The Casement WindowApr 27, 2012

    French casement windows open onto one of the best blocks in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    Nicole Barrett Hiltbrunner added this to TrimSep 16, 2019

    Same size baseboards and casings

    Avalon Construction LLC. added this to allen_shao's ideasSep 8, 2019

    interior window and door finish

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