Modern San Francisco Home

This modern home by designer Robert Nebolon utilizes minimal furnishings and clerestory windows throughout to live larger than its footprint while offering sweeping views of San Francisco.

Photo By: David Duncan Livingston

Photo By: David Duncan Livingston

Photo By: David Duncan Livingston

Photo By: David Duncan Livingston

Photo By: David Duncan Livingston

Photo By: David Duncan Livingston

Photo By: David Duncan Livingston

Photo By: David Duncan Livingston

Photo By: David Duncan Livingston

Photo By: David Duncan Livingston

Photo By: David Duncan Livingston

Photo By: David Duncan Livingston

Photo By: David Duncan Livingston

Modern Home With Minimal Landscaping

Varying hues of brown give the exterior of this modern home a warm and inviting look. A sleek concrete staircase cuts through a minimally landscaped front yard, providing a walkway to the home.

Modern White Living With High Clerestory Windows

High ceilings, clerestory windows and white walls create an airy sense of openness in this modern living room. A large sectional provides seating for a crowd, and wood-framed glass doors allow access onto the patio.

Modern White Living Room With Black Fireplace

A fireplace with a stark black surround provides contrast in this modern living room, which features bright white walls. Clerestory windows allow natural light to fill the space, and a beige Barcelona chair and sectional offer stylish seating.

Modern Living Room With High Ceiling and Clerestory Windows

A Barcelona chair and two matching ottomans pair with a sectional to provide stylish seating in this modern living room. White walls and clerestory windows create a bright, breezy atmosphere, and wood floors lend a splash of warmth.

Modern Family Room Opens to Spacious Terrace

Like the nearby kitchen, this modern family room features stained cherry cabinetry. French doors open the room up to a large terrace. The design is ideal for entertaining, allowing guests to mingle indoors and out.

Cherry Wood Adds Warm Ambiance to Modern Kitchen

Stained cherry wood carries from the floor to the cabinets in this modern kitchen, creating a warm, welcoming ambiance. The sleek barstools even feature wood backs, ensuring a completely cohesive design. Black countertops and a matching black backsplash offer striking contrast within the space.

Modern Eating Nook Offers Sweeping Views

A built-in banquette lines the corner of this eating nook, providing plenty of seating for casual dining. On the opposite end of the modern space, built-in cabinetry supplies ample storage. A large window showcases stunning views of San Francisco.

Light-Filled Modern Dining Room With Sleek Dining Set

A simple, sleek wood dining table pairs with clean-lined dining chairs for a fresh, crisp look in this white dining room. Natural light from windows on the second floor shines down through a ceiling cutout to make the modern space feel ultra bright.

Modern Stairway With Light Wood Stairs

Fresh white walls, ample natural light and the absence of decor make this modern staircase feel clean and crisp. Light wood stairs provide subtle contrast against the white walls.

Modern Master Bedroom Maximizes Natural Light

Countless windows fill this modern master bedroom with natural light, enhancing the room's crisp white walls. An exposed wood ceiling beam and brown bedding lend warmth to the clean, fresh space. Two chairs and a small table carve out a seating area that's perfect for morning coffee.

Modern Bathroom With Glass Countertop and Vessel Sink

A glass vessel sink sits atop a small glass countertop with a funky shape in this modern bathroom. The lighted mirror adds a fun touch, and gray accents offer punches of contrast.

Glass Doors Allow Access to Sunny Terrace

Wood-framed glass doors open from the family room onto an expansive terrace. The sunny outdoor space creates an ideal spot for an afternoon of relaxing or a night of entertaining.

Modern Home Features Two-Level Patio

A two-tiered patio allows for outdoor living at this modern home. Four chairs surround a small dining table, creating a space where friends and family can dine in the tranquility of the outdoors.

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