Washington Street -1Transitional Dining Room, San Francisco

Aaron Leitz Photography

Example of a transitional dining room design in San Francisco with white walls —  Houzz
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divaelledesign wrote:May 30, 2014
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    Anita Levine Interiors

    Its a Canandian Company and you can click on the name in the caption. It will take you to their website.

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    I can’t find the name on the caption. Can you message me the name

hervinderbhuller wrote:Jun 22, 2015
  • John Evans

    Did anyone ever figure out who makes this rug?

  • Beth Jones

    Dying for this rug! If anyone finds it please let me know :)

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Kelly Barthelemy wrote:Mar 12, 2013
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    Where did the dinning set come from?
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    Sutro Architects
    The dining table was custom made by Mitchel Berman Cabinetmakers Inc. and the chairs are original N.O. Moller chairs from Denmark.
Ann Marie Yazbeck Jarden wrote:Aug 21, 2015
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    Oak & Broad

    Site finished Oak floors with a custom stain.

smitasf wrote:Apr 12, 2013
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    Sutro Architects
    The dining table was custom made by Mitchel Berman Cabinetmakers Inc. and the chairs are original N.O. Moller chairs from Denmark.
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                      What Houzz contributors are saying:

                      Becky Harris added this to Having a Design Moment: The Dining RoomJul 17, 2015

                      Add a layer of style with an eye-catching rug. This is especially helpful in defining a dining area that’s part of an open plan.

                      Mary Jo Bowling added this to Houzz Tour: Water and Openness Inspire a San Francisco RemodelApr 22, 2014

                      Before the remodel the dining room was cloaked in dark paneling and cut off from the kitchen, accessed by a single door. “We removed the fireplace to make easy and direct access to the kitchen, although we installed pocket doors so they can close it off if they like,” says Sutro. “It was the right move for this family, who wanted to use the dining room often.” After much discussion the decision was made to paint the woodwork white. “For the owners, it felt fresher and it made the dark room lighter,” says Sutro. “And by painting it white, you can see the detail of the molding much better.”

                      Laura Gaskill added this to April Checklist for a Smooth-Running HomeFeb 7, 2013

                      Lighten up tablescapes. If you've had the same arrangements on your tables for months, now is a good time to shake things up. There is no need to spend money — simply look around your home and see what can be moved or repurposed from another room. Try displaying flowers on the dining table in vintage tea tins or jelly jars, or put fresh herbs in your vases instead of flowers. Streamline the decorative objects you choose to keep out, and store the rest to rotate in at a future date.Tell us: How are you organizing and refreshing your home this month?

                      What Houzzers are commenting on:

                      Doris Liu added this to Dinning roomSep 30, 2019

                      buffet table color is different than dinning table

                      bunkster1234 added this to Claudia decor bookSep 15, 2019

                      these chairs look great, but the legs might poke into the back of my husband's long legs. I like the flat weave carpet too

                      Matt Bryce added this to Fleece Flower IdeasAug 25, 2019

                      Perhaps plants in the center of breakfast / dining area. Like the idea only if there is not dirt.

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