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Woodside Decorator ShowhouseContemporary , San Francisco

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soledadcv wrote:Oct 25, 2013
  • agvbetz
    I love the desk! where is it from?
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    Christine Sheldon Design
    The desk is available for purchase through Christine Sheldon Design. Thank you.
wisespk7 wrote:Jun 3, 2015
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    Christine Sheldon Design


    This project was completed in 2013, and I believe the fabric may have been discontinued.

    Thank you.

  • Robin

    Could you suggest a replacement fabric?

zimelsia wrote:Jun 3, 2015

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Mary Jo Bowling added this to Room of the Day: Bright and Cool Colors Make a Vibrant MixMay 20, 2015

Room at a GlanceWho is the room for: This is a guest room in a decorator show house staged by the Peninsula Volunteers.Location: Woodside, California (south of San Francisco)Size: 256 square feet (23 square meters)Tip: When using a bold color, carry it around the room, even if it’s just in small touches. “If you use a strong color in just one spot, it can be jarring,” says Sheldon.Sheldon was invited by Peninsula Volunteers to participate in their most recent decorator showcase in Woodside. The charity event has several designers completing rooms before the doors are open to the public for tours.Sheldon chose this guest bedroom because of the great natural light (there are windows on three sides of the space). The event managers called it a mother-in-law suite, so Sheldon outfitted the room as if it would be most often used by a mythical grandmother (assuming there are hypothetical children in this scenario). No matter what the faux family dynamics were, Sheldon set out to create a feminine room for guests.The pink blossoms outside were perfectly replicated in the fabric she chose for the draperies. It features striking pink and coral flowers on a quieter gray background.Most hotel rooms have a desk, and this guest room does as well. “I think guests appreciate a landing space,” Sheldon says. “It doesn’t have to be used as a desk; it can be a dressing table as well.”The acrylic chair is a modern note in a classic room. “Contemporary accents in a traditional room not only add something unexpected, they increase the longevity of the interior,” says Sheldon. She adds that the see-through chair doesn’t take up as much visual space as a regular chair would have, which is great for a small space.Fabric: Harlequin; desk: Made Goods; lamp: Arteriors; chair: Plantation; artwork: The Studio Shop; carpet: Bay Area Floors & Design

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