Sproule-RowenContemporary Bedroom, San Francisco

Photos Courtesy of Sharon Risedorph

Example of a trendy bedroom design in San Francisco with gray walls —  Houzz
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floatograph wrote:Apr 17, 2012
aframe wrote:May 1, 2011
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    John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
    It is a Benjamin Moore color: Normandy
  • aframe
    In a recent Houzz piece on the color blue, the blue in this image was identified as Benjamin Moore Waters Edge 1635.
artistheart wrote:Dec 11, 2013
  • aljondro_lupe
    Great blue. Paint color and brand?
Sandy mcgwire wrote:Aug 19, 2011
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    Kelly Porter
    Try Glass Slipper 1632 by Benjamin Moore.
Karen Javier wrote:Feb 24, 2011
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    Kerrie Kelly Design Lab
    Love this space! Try Sherwin Williams' Needlepoint Navy, SW0032.
Theo Flamenbaum Interiors wrote:Sep 12, 2013
    saidalidib wrote:Nov 10, 2012
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        42616lerwick wrote:Sep 19, 2011

          What Houzz contributors are saying:

          Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to Why White Is the Ultimate Pop of ColorFeb 4, 2015

          Break Up Dark ColorsSimply adding some art with chunky white matting, white frames, or both, can break up a dark wall treatment and create a sophisticated gallery vibe even without the expensive paintings and prints.

          creative jewish mom.com added this to Conquer That Blank Wall With a Versatile Picture LedgeJun 30, 2013

          A picture ledge mounted relatively low can ground a space and help tie together simple furnishings.

          Lawrence Karol added this to Expert Talk: Lean or Hang Artwork?Apr 20, 2012

          Rotate your collection. "The inspiration for the photo shelves came from an art gallery that my client had visited," says John Lum of John Lum Architecture. "They wanted a flexible system that could accommodate various sizes of photographs, since they have an extensive collection of black and white photography. The shelves allow them to rotate their collection without having to constantly patch nail holes in the walls." Lum also noted that the shelves pull out in case the homeowners decide they want to place something entirely different against the walls.

          Lisa Frederick added this to So Your Style Is: ContemporaryFeb 4, 2012

          Style Secret: Sophisticated NeutralsCream, white, tan, beige, black — these are the bedrock upon which contemporary design lies. Monochromatic and tone-on-tone schemes allow the lines and shapes within a space to take center stage. But also consider... Neutral is a pretty broad term. Choose a shade with undertones that add interest (the stony gray-blue shown here, for example). Try cream with a hint of pink, gray with a touch of green, or beige with some gold. If you want a jolt of brighter color, keep it judiciously focused: an accent wall, say, or a bold piece of furniture.How to Make Your Neutral Palette Shine | Dare To Try a More Colorful Neutral

          Cate West Zahl added this to Decorate With Artful LeaningsSep 22, 2011

          The picture ledge here allows for these photographs to feel grounded, creating a focal point that complements the bench.

          What Houzzers are commenting on:

          Catherine Weber added this to bedroom6 days ago

          sherwin williams needlepoint navy

          NCHSTimothy Joynt added this to Personal Collage TJAug 19, 2019

          Having a bathroom is important in my room, rather having a bathroom in the middle of the room would be cool, having 2 entrances and closet space around the outside, somewhat like in this photo

          ranbllck added this to Favorite BedroomsJun 15, 2019

          One of my favorite shades of blue.

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