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Sunol Modern ResidenceModern Living Room, San Francisco

Russell Abraham

Inspiration for a mid-sized modern open concept light wood floor living room remodel in San Francisco with white walls, no fireplace and no tv —  Houzz
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barleyhill wrote:Mar 9, 2015
  • barleyhill
  • bunnyjean

    please tell me where to find the artwork.

vivian08 wrote:Nov 9, 2014
  • sairamd

    Would it be possible to find out where this sectional is from? I love it and want to buy it.

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    Brigett Mercado

    where are the coffee tables from?

suedavid wrote:Apr 9, 2014
  • littlemissk
    ditto on the manufacturer of the modular couch. I'm looking for one similar to this for my very large family room.
Medford Design-Build wrote:Oct 15, 2014
alisonpage191 wrote:Jun 16, 2014
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    Windo VanGo
    Hello alisonpage191,

    Although it is a little difficult to tell because the shades are raised, these are quite possibly roller shades. They could also be Silhouette or Pirouette by Hunter Douglas. You can browse through Hunter Douglas' product line here: http://www.hunterdouglas.com/products. We at Windo VanGo (WindoVanGo.com) are an exclusive Hunter Douglas dealer that serves the Baltimore, MD area. You can also find a dealer near you at HunterDouglas.com. Attached is an example of the Silhouette by Hunter Douglas.
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    Swatt | Miers Architects
    Yes, these are Hunter Douglas roller shades, though I'm not sure which model.
narinehgh wrote:Sep 21, 2015
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    Oak & Broad

    Previous comments on the photo show ""The flooring is stained rift & quarter-sawn solid white oak provided by Golden State Flooring."" We sent a similar floor to a Houzz user in TX.

    Zen Gardens Modern Select & Better White Oak · More Info

susanmuth wrote:Dec 5, 2014
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    Swatt | Miers Architects
    Thanks for your interest in our work! This photo shows both windows and sliding glass doors; the windows were manufactured by Jeld-Wen and the doors were manufactured by Panda.
Asher Johnson Hogan wrote:Nov 24, 2014
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    Swatt | Miers Architects
    Thank you for your interest in our work! Unfortunately our client selected their own artwork, so we don't have a record of that.
Wallace Austin wrote:Apr 15, 2014
tulips81 wrote:Apr 9, 2014
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    Oak & Broad
    They look like Rift Sawn White Oak. They could also be bamboo as a less expensive alternative.
amackjr wrote:Apr 8, 2014
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    Oak & Broad
    It looks like Rift Sawn White Oak in a high grade. Could also be bamboo.
marjorieslonim1 wrote:Apr 8, 2014
  • minni
    cocktail tables/same question manufacture or where did you purchase (live in No. Calif)
pcastaldi wrote:Feb 26, 2014
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          lindateresa wrote:Apr 28, 2015

            What Houzz contributors are saying:

            Incite Design added this to What to Know About Budgeting for Your Home RemodelMar 27, 2014

            What if You Run Out of Money?We have had this conversation with clients on more than one occasion, and truly it’s not easy for either the clients or us. It’s frustrating to hear how something that you’ve been planning for is out of your reach. There may be opportunities to reduce costs by changing the scope of the project. For example, instead of fully constructing a basement bathroom in a new house, you might just rough in the plumbing so it could be finished at a later date. Or it could be possible to reduce the cost of fixtures and finishes such as flooring or faucets.During a recent conversation with clients, we recommended that they wait before starting the project so they could gather more resources before proceeding. In the discussion we realized that it wouldn’t be possible to “de-scope” or redesign the project to fit their needs, so the best course of action was to delay. Was this difficult for all involved? Absolutely, but we felt strongly that starting a project that didn’t address their needs wouldn’t serve their overall best interests.Whenever you are dealing with money, there is the potential for some uncomfortable conversations. But if you understand what you are dealing with early in the process, those conversations will be less stressful than if you’re standing in the middle of a half-completed project in the middle of winter wondering where all your hard-earned money has gone.More:What to Consider Before Starting ConstructionConstruction Timelines: What to Know Before You Build7 Ways to Plan Early for a Smooth Construction ProjectHow to Stick to Your Remodeling GoalsGet help: Find a home pro near you

            What Houzzers are commenting on:

            Marla S. added this to living roomMay 27, 2019

            note the color floor, furniture and coffee tables

            L R added this to Selected DesignsMay 5, 2019

            Like lighter (whiter) look; gets away from the craftsman look of many of the other pictures

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