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Spec Home that Found a Pulse


California Bungalow
  San Francisco
Victorian Railroad Flat
  Telegraph Hill / New Construction

Spec Home that Found a Pulse

Modern-adventurous and traditional-conservative. This is a description of a newly married couple’s individual personalities and preferences. What would the design of a home for them look like?

Take the dining room, for example. It is yin and yang just like these two. The table sits at 45 degrees to the walls under a modern ‘dancing’ light fixture, which hangs under a traditionally detailed ceiling. The seating banquette is a departure but is upholstered in a traditional fabric. The sideboard is a clean version of a traditional design.

The library pairs the conservative colors of dark green with mahogany and terra cotta on a fluid and almost sexy deep sofa. The footstools are leather but in an alternating two-tone design.

All of this zigzag design somehow works. It is a study in contrasts, as are the personalities of these two charming people.

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