Urban Living - Pacific HeightsContemporary Entry, San Francisco

JDG designed the interiors of this smartly tailored Pacific Heights home for a client with a great eye for art, antiques and custom furnishings.

Photos by Matthew Millman

Inspiration for a contemporary foyer remodel in San Francisco with beige walls —  Houzz
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trecia305 wrote:Jul 19, 2012
  • Karen Lizardo
    How many bushels did you have to buy to create this look.
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    The Petal House

    @Trecia305 If you are wanting an arrangement like this one. Please just see us at The Petal House. We have over 30 years experience in custom designing silk floral decor. Call us for a quote at (606) 312-5891 or at thepetalhouse@gmail.com.

murphybrowne wrote:Mar 25, 2013
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    It is a vintage table from the 1930's. It is 58" across and 29" high
  • desy_prasetya
    or contact me directly adminpro@indoor-teak.com
    hope this help
kanaosaki wrote:Nov 11, 2012
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    The stools are from Edward Ferrell & Lewis Mittman and are upholstered in Galbraith and Paul's design Mountains in black.
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    Julie & Company
    beautiful space!
antoniat wrote:Jan 9, 2013
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    It is Italian and vintage from the 1950's. It is fused metal and blown glass.
madgrna09 wrote:Dec 2, 2012
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    The wallpaper here is the Diamond Weave in Georgetown Beige from Phillip Jeffries.
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            What Houzz contributors are saying:

            Laura Gaskill added this to 8 Ways to Decorate a Center TableOct 27, 2014

            4. Asymmetrical arrangement. If you plan to tuck a round table into a corner or will be walking by the table primarily from one side, place a vase or sculpture to the back of the table and beautiful books in front.

            Christine Tusher added this to 9 Stylist Tricks for a Decorator LookMay 3, 2014

            3. Use greenery to create height. Branches and tall blooms are elegant ways to create dimension in small spaces or enhance a heigh ceiling. Set your cuttings in a clear vase and allow them to spread wide to fill the space.Learn to create a polished floral arrangement

            Laura Gaskill added this to Holiday Party Prep: Add Sneaky SeatingOct 25, 2013

            7. An extra table and chairs in the entryway. If you are lucky enough to have a large foyer, put it to work by placing a dashing round table there. If you tuck short stools beneath, you will have an extra table and chairs ready to fill a seating gap at dinnertime.

            What Houzzers are commenting on:

            gabrownfam added this to gabrownfam's ideasAug 18, 2019

            Large scale flowers for table in my room

            Echo Brock added this to Brock ResidenceJun 2, 2019

            The fullness of the plant on top fills the space. Also like the portable chairs. The kids always want to move chairs around for different activities.

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