Tailor MadeTransitional Family Room, San Francisco

Jeffers Design Group completely remodeled and designed this 10,000-square-foot Presidio Heights grande dame. This circa 1913 residence was designed by noted San Francisco architect Houghton Sawyer; JDG respectfully preserved the soul of the home while injecting it with new life. Photography by Matthew Millman

Transitional family room photo in San Francisco with beige walls and a wall-mounted tv —  Houzz
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jenfuni wrote:Oct 14, 2013
  • pin1
    I love the built-in. I have a small holiday rental in Barbados and a scaled down version of the units would give the space unity and character.
  • homegirl111
    Love the cushions. Where is this fabric from?
soleil6312 wrote:Aug 6, 2012
  • maqchandler1
    What is the name of the stiped pillow fabric?
  • PRO
    The striped fabric is by Romo and is called Hillier Mango.
namarapimenta wrote:Jan 5, 2014
  • PRO
    The material is actually Glazed Lava Stone. Hope this helps!
mt1621 wrote:May 18, 2013
  • PRO
    It is Benjamin Moore Classic Grey, #1548
smlv wrote:Mar 20, 2013
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    Benjamin Moore Classic Grey, #1548
Tara Corcimiglia wrote:Jan 4, 2013
  • PRO
    The drapery comes from a company called Summer Hill Ltd. The pattern is called Hollywood Squares (#4027/05) in the color Coal.
paddykk wrote:Nov 13, 2012
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    This is a custom modified piece from Troscan Design + Furnishings purchased through De Sousa Hughes and is sized at 54"W x 30"D x 16.5"H.
melpurser wrote:Oct 28, 2012
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    Raoul Textiles #061H23 Herringbone/Cardamon.
oaklandhouse3 wrote:Sep 17, 2012
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    The fabric on the chair to the right is from ROMO (Collection: Corolla / Color: Mango).
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