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Sea Cliff HideawayTraditional Dining Room, San Francisco

Photographer: John Sutton

Dining room - traditional dining room idea in San Francisco with beige walls and a ribbon fireplace —  Houzz
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gaebenson wrote:Dec 19, 2010
UTDi Design wrote:Feb 8, 2013
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    Cocoweb
    May want to put a light on that painting....
  • Eva LOK
    where are the wingback chairs and ottoman from? Dimensions of both?
safemommy wrote:Jul 8, 2015
jmmmlake wrote:Dec 19, 2011
  • bepsf
    They appear to have...
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    Gast Architects
    Yes they have glass shelves
Eliza Cutler wrote:Jun 28, 2015
  • vicky601

    Can you tell me what the wall colors are and the brand please. They are fresh, clean and just a pleasure to look at.

Rick Cowan wrote:Mar 23, 2012
Pamela Robey wrote:May 29, 2011
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