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Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary enclosed light wood floor and beige floor living room library remodel in San Francisco with white walls

Willow Glen ResidenceContemporary Living Room, San Francisco

Photo Credit: David Duncan Livingston

Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary enclosed light wood floor and beige floor living room library remodel in San Francisco with white walls —  Houzz
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cherylhanson wrote:Apr 10, 2012
  • denise0821
    Looking for a chaise like this . Hard to find. Do you remember where it is from?
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    Madison McCord Interiors
    We make these tufted chaise lounges. You can give us a call at 801 277 5555
slindy wrote:Dec 2, 2011
emma286 wrote:Jul 15, 2013
alpmathur wrote:Dec 2, 2013
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    intriguing interiors
    Nice job on the room. I love the tufted chaise too. can you please provide source?
kateliszewski wrote:Nov 25, 2012
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    Lizette Marie Interior Design
    The graphic design is actually a wallpaper, and the curtains hang in front. We are happy to answer any other questions! Email us at info@lminteriordesign.com
jazzyjustice7 wrote:Nov 25, 2011

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Laura Gaskill added this to Chaise, Divan, Daybed, Settee: What's the Difference?Sep 21, 2013

The fainting couch variation. A chaise with a back and one arm, often sloping, is sometimes called a fainting couch. This style originated in the Victorian era, when ladies wearing restrictive corsets often found themselves in need of a place where they could sit and catch their breath. While the need for this particular piece of furniture has thankfully gone, it still adds elegance and appeal.

Samantha Schoech added this to Color Guide: How to Work With PlumOct 16, 2012

Tufted plum velvet will always work. It's like the little black dress and red lipstick: classic.

Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: Classic Tudor Gets a Modern UpdateNov 22, 2011

"We needed grand artwork for a grand room," explains Bruckstein. The large-scale art is by a local artist, William Curtis Rolf. "We have several of his photographs through out the home. This particular is face-mounted to acrylic which allows for 100-percent focus on the image."

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Cynthia Maus added this to Hillsborough Home13 hours ago

Arched doorways off entry, no molding. Also love the dark velvet chaise!

paulkevin added this to Malone6 days ago

Bookcase LR with ladder - all shelves

Katrina Smith added this to My ideasMay 5, 2019

likes the curve and the pattern on the arm of the chaise lounge

Ashley Ibarra ID10SP19 added this to Design HistoryMar 14, 2019

3. Victorian This is inspired by Victorian because of the chaise in the living room area, also the wallpaper that we can see on the wall in the kitchen. In the Victorian era, they had wallpapers on most walls, and had the chaise so woman could sit on them with their big dresses.

ID10SP19 Beatriz Luna added this to Time periodsMar 14, 2019

3. This room is inspired by the Victorian era because of the couch that was placed in the space.

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