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Materials, Palette Evoke Look of Stone in Powder Room Located Near Outside Terrace
Steps away from the doorway to the outdoors, the lower level powder room at the 2016 San Francisco Decorator Showcase continues the look of the outside stone terrace with a Walker Zanger porcelain tile floor in a honeycomb pattern. The palette continues the look of stone, while hardware and lighting adds a luxe twist to the otherwise bohemian vibe.
Swallows swoop through the cloud-covered wallpaper in this wonderland of a kid room. Built-in shelving corrals boots, jackets and more. On the opposite wall, a dry-erase board stands ready for doodles and notes.
French doors from the master suite lead to this spacious outdoor seating area. A mix of seating and matching tables are the perfect place to curl up with a cup of coffee or relax at the end of the day with a glass of wine.
Okay, how cool is this? With bunk beds, a ladder and nets, this loft can be used for for sleeping or for climbing. There are nets tucked into the base so the kiddos can even feel like they're floating.
Take a closer look at the couple's new nightstands and see that these pieces actually have a floral pattern! Though subtle, the design breaks up all the neutrals and brings even more visual interest to this bedroom.
The living and dining rooms open up to each other for a multi-functional, family-friendly space. Built-in cabinets house the TV and media components, while a stone fireplace adds warmth to the room. The gold chandelier adds a contemporary note.
"We had been using our garage as a dumping ground for tools, lawn equipment, toys and discarded furniture for years," says designer Suzanne Dingley of Suzanne Dingley Interiors. But when her husband started his own business, the couple realized they had the perfect spot for a home office. They installed new windows, doors, floors, drywall, lights and insulation. "The garage had a peaked ceiling with rafters, which we chose to make a feature to bring some character to an otherwise rectangular box." Replacing the overhead garage door with two sets of French doors brought in light and charm.