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Retaining Wall 2 Bedroom, San Francisco

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Dianne Flemming wrote:
I really love this stone colour (combination) ~ brand & name? Thanks!!
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Dianne Flemming
To: Aarondugas ~ thank you so much for this detailed information... you're fantastic!!! :)
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Debbie Cooke
love the wall and the way thw uood in bathroom is done
Jamie wrote:
Bed frame info. Thanks.
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Ideabook: Room of the Day: From Dark Basement to Bright Master Suite · See Ideabook
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where did you get those sconces?
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imatar89 wrote:
Stone facade - Can you give me the manufacture of the stone and the color?
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The stone color is himachal white and the factory is island stone.
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patrickmm wrote:
Wall hanging info - Can you provide any information on that graphic wall hanging in black, white, and grey? Love it. Thanks!
barjo wrote:
what is the wall color?
lynnagema wrote:
Where did you purchase the bedding?

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Jeannie Matteucci added this to Room of the Day: From Dark Basement to Bright Master Suite
AFTER: McElroy opened the exterior wall with 11-foot glass sliding doors that lead to a new private garden. He then walled up the original exit door to create a garden closet accessed from outside. Highlighting the large retaining wall instead of fighting it was a key design decision. Stacked-stone tiles cover the wall that continues from the bedroom into the adjacent bathroom. “We didn’t want anything too shiny,” says McElroy. “So we choose stone that has a rough, unfinished texture and color that is reminiscent of the actual concrete.”The architect and homeowners selected sapele wood with a walnut stain for the bedroom’s flooring. “If we went with concrete, it might have been too close of a memory of what was there before,” he says.Glass doors: Fleetwood; stone on wall: Island Stone; bed: Tate Bed; Crate & Barrel; lights on side of bed: Swing Arm Wall Sconce, George Kovacs; round wall decals: homemade cutouts from Ikea shades

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Monique Castonguay Design added this to Hampstead
Stone wall first floor and master bed
jazger added this to Ranch Remodel
I like a lot of things about this room. the shelves above the bed, the tile wall with shelf, the open doors.
rachdahl added this to Master Bedroom
love the large glass sliding doors
Big Eyed Fish Projects added this to 7124 Bow cr.
i like the wall recessed detail
dbgault added this to bedroom
Frame would be open on bottom for bed and back wall flooring or stone if clean facing.

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