A Neoclassical-Style Residence in San Francisco. Designer Suzanne Tucker and Architect Andrew Skurman. AD.
Classic, traditional elegance with a mix of rich colors and patterns
The always classic wood-paneled library
Just looking again at the photo, they did not miss a trick here… the leather desk chairs, antique desk, comfy chair and hassock for reading, even a vintage globe. This is a room to relax in.
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A bright, fresh-looking kitchen done in white and mint green
Charming front porch practically invites you to sit and relax a while
Tons of carved marble and double wood doors create an extremely impressive entryway
Beautiful framed entry doorway and a built-in bench at the base of the stairs
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A truly classic and beautiful traditional dining room
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Love the eclectic, mixed decor of this room… a traditional set of armchairs and a stone wall are paired with a crystal chandelier, fuchsia footstool, and contemporary artwork.
A romantic and pretty bedroom mixes wood, vintage furniture, floral fabrics and mint green walls
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Open living and dining room combo, centered by a stacked stone fireplace
This bright and pretty kitchen uses upper glass-fronted cabinets as lighted display spaces
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Black and white Schumacher toile damask wallpaper on the entry walls creates a graphic first impression.
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Traditional meets contemporary in this comfy, modern neutral-toned family room
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