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Inspiration for a 1950s living room remodel in San Francisco

Portola Valley ResidenceMidcentury Living Room, San Francisco

photo by Art Gray

Inspiration for a 1950s living room remodel in San Francisco —  Houzz
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This photo has 14 questions
mamalonghorn wrote:May 9, 2012
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    Mara Solow Interiors
    Does anyone know where these Sconces are from?
  • JMSS

    Id say no more than 3'' thick and possibly 6-8' deep? I don't think its less than 3" though but I am of course guessing! 2" shelf of that scale would look a little thinner I think.

mightycortez wrote:Feb 18, 2012
dejadarr wrote:Apr 24, 2012
  • RO PE
    CARPENTER CAN MAKE YOU ONE IF YOU CAN FIND IT
    IS A 4 X 6 ISN'T?
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    Custom Corners LLC
    We build floating mantels like this one. What we use for supporting one like this is a custom made per mantel steel bracket. For taller mantels we provide a wood bracket. We also offer custom depth, height and width in several types of wood.
jdelius wrote:May 11, 2011
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    Kelly Porter
    Try Super White by Benjamin Moore.
  • Camille DeLew
    Do you need a special kind of paint for painting a fireplace or just regular interior paint?
Bette Lalik wrote:Nov 18, 2013
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    Cascade Coil Drapery
    I can't speak to the size of the fireplace, but the sliding mesh enclosure looks similar to one's we offer. In which case, it's a recessed track, sliding metal mesh fire screen. It looks like a fine weave in a black finish.
mindys1550 wrote:Jun 19, 2013
  • bachatamama
    I would like to know how this mantel was hung?
smsabb wrote:Feb 6, 2013
  • Holly Daley
    What is the depth of this modern mantel? It is a beauty. Thanks, Holly
Nicole Lepoutre-Baldocchi wrote:Feb 27, 2016
    karenolenski wrote:Jan 1, 2014
      snewtdog wrote:May 11, 2012
        sharonimbrianidesign wrote:May 16, 2011

          What Houzz contributors are saying:

          cninteriors
          Charmean Neithart Interiors added this to 12 Hot Ideas for Fireplace FacingDec 28, 2013

          Painted brick. An option I have used often, painted brick works every time. If you are longing to update your old red brick but are short on budget, paint your brick. Any color can work, but white works with so many different styles. Modern, rustic and coastal all work with a painted fireplace. Cost: If the bricks are being installed new, your project can cost $2,000 to $5,000 for raw materials and installation. (Read this before attempting it yourself, though.)What You Need to Know Before Painting Brick

          shane
          Shane D. Inman added this to 9 Inventive Materials for Memorable Fireplace MantelsJan 24, 2013

          Wood. This streamlined piece of wood used as a mantel is perfect for this retro interior. The one pictured here is referred to as a floating shelf, as there are no visible brackets supporting it. Such harmony! Design tip: Correct installation is of the utmost importance for this type of mantel. Since there are no brackets, it needs strong internal supports to be able to hold heavy objects.

          nataliemyers
          Natalie Myers added this to 11 Tips for Picture-Perfect Mantel Styling All YearJan 7, 2013

          Or go minimalist. That doesn't mean barren. It means a grouping of thoughtfully selected objects and no main art or mirror piece above.

          cninteriors
          Charmean Neithart Interiors added this to 10 Inspired Ways to Refresh Your Mantel NowDec 17, 2012

          A minimalist statement can also work on the mantel. Try grouping a cluster of like-colored pottery to one side. The visual weight of the grouping to one side helps create a modern vibe. A great-looking pendant balances the vignette.

          sam70
          Samantha Schoech added this to How to Get That Modern Scandinavian LookAug 7, 2012

          White walls and hearth with warm wood accents and subtle color.

          shawngauthier
          Shawn Gauthier added this to Long Mantels Go the DistanceMay 4, 2012

          Minimal objects can provide an equal sense of equilibrium and impact. In this example, a small group of objects is juxtaposed with a fixture at a slightly higher height.

          vanessa_brunner
          Vanessa Brunner added this to Houzz Tour: A Mid-Century Modern GetawayMay 11, 2011

          This cozy fireplace, built into the home's 12-inch thick adobe walls, was created into a snug sitting area with a 1940s Danish chair, French vintage table, and a unique Gio Ponti light fixture above the mantle.

          What Houzzers are commenting on:

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          robin added this to Great Room5 days ago

          Painted fireplace with small wood mantle

          gkfube
          ginger bennett added this to FireplaceMar 10, 2019

          looks like Mcgivern in better light. The mantle offset draws the eye to the left.

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