Saratoga Creek House contemporary-living-room
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Saratoga Creek House Contemporary Living Room, San Francisco

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Inspiration for a large contemporary open concept living room remodel in San Francisco — Houzz

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Makena Custom Homes wrote:
Love the rustic wood on the ceiling. Species? Finishing method?
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Lydia Lyons Designs

Very beautiful!


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Debbie Lombardi

What did you use to hold up the floating ceiling?


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Zach Dobinson wrote:
Love the lights - How much do the lights cost in American dollars
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WA Design Architects
Foscarini Big Bang is the base fixture which was then modified
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kana2400
I would also like to know where the stools are from
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gra688 wrote:
what material is the ceiling?
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WA Design Architects
Bronze sheet metal
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ladylucy13
What does the cost run for this kind of ceiling?
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cbskinne wrote:
Where are bar stools from?
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instanteden
Me too i LOVE these stools just what i am looking for. Who makes them?
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WA Design Architects
Not sure who makes them, but they are available from Dzine in San francisco
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lisaleroy wrote:
What is the finish of the concrete floor?
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WA Design Architects

That is an epoxy based finish over integral colored concrete with white Portland cement.

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Umpa Lumpa wrote:
Love the couch - Where is it from
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WA Design Architects

Sorry, we don't have the resource on that

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amar_raas wrote:
What is the size of the island and kitchen? - Thanks
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WA Design Architects

The island is approximately 14' and here is plan - the room is quite large


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bhavan_1010 wrote:
very comfy looking bar chairs - can you give some details please? - what model and where from ? Thanks.
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WA Design Architects
Sorry, we have no information. It was provided by the client
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flaufer wrote:
What material is the floor?
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WA Design Architects
The floor is concrete
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cjargowsky wrote:
Where is the smaller black sofa/chaise from and what is it's length?
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WA Design Architects
It is approx. 6ft. purchased by the owner
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Namrata Gopalka wrote:
love the sectional..where is ir from?
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WA Design Architects
that was specified by the client
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Albert Chiu wrote:
What is the floor to ceiling height? What material is the ceiling?
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it is approximately 14' to the bottom of the bronze soffit
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Vanessa Brunner added this to Houzz Tour: A California Home Designed by Nature
This structure is one of five pavilions on the property — guest and pool house, kitchen and family room, living and dining room, and bedroom area. Each of these vaulted-roof structures are connected through various flat roof volumes. This particular pavilion contains the family room and the kitchen. The pool is visible just outside of the family room's sliding glass doors, beyond a series of dramatic custom lighting — a bold contrast with the warm bronze soffit.
Becky Harris added this to New Classics: The Big Bang Chandelier by Foscarini
A trio of black Big Bang Chandeliers draw the eye up in this contemporary open floor plan. Tip: Pay attention to height when composing a room. Elements like the light fixtures, cabinetry, floating metal ceiling panels and window and door casements are important design elements in this space between floor and soaring ceiling.
Barbra Bright Design added this to Bring Sophisticated Drama to Your Room With Warm Metallic Tiles
2. Cool Warm CeilingThe bronze ceiling tiles in this photo are a very cool and modern alternative to traditional tin ceiling tiles. This is one way to add some industrial chic to your home. One side benefit of placing metallic tiles on your ceiling instead of your floors is sidestepping the radiant heat issue mentioned previously. Since you won’t be touching them, you don’t need to worry so much about their temperature, as you would with floors.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Laurie added this to dining table area
L - like the grey rectangular lights above the kitchen islands, could be good over dining table or kitchen
Shelly Brugh added this to 7404 N. PENN Ceilings
? not sure on this but its different

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