View of the living room from the front entry opens up to a dramatic view of the San Francisco Bay. The original eight foot ceilings were opened up with vaulting and steel beam reinforcing. Track lighting was utilized partly because of the sloped vaulted ceiling made recessed lighting difficult, and there was insufficient void space in the ceiling for recessed lighting equipment.
Furnishings were chosen carefully to wear well for this young family, but look polished even during play time.
Photography by Brett Beyer
Paint: Ben Moore “Gray Owl” OC-52.
Ceiling fan: Rejuvenation.
Artwork: original prints by Dawn Wolfe.
Sectional: Jensen Lewis.
Coffee Table: Wilder by Universal Furniture.
Side tables and lamps: vintage.
Rug: Restoration Hardware.