This master bedroom lacked storage and was challenged by its curved shape. Studio Revolution built out a walk-in closet on one side of the room. Rather than hide the presence of the closet -- which is the first spot one sees upon entering the space -- the designers turned it into a feature by adding fun iguana wallpaper by Timorous Beasties.
Designers wanted to showcase the home's beautiful ocean view, so they installed glass doors that open to allow the space access to the private patio.
A clean-lined Oeuf crib features contrasting black-and-white striped bedding, while a custom marquee sign personalizes the space. Custom-stained neon yellow hardwood floors bring an unexpected pop of color to this boy's nursery.
The homeowners wanted a unique design for their Bolinas beach house, so designers aimed to create a clean, airy, modern space. They started with bright, white paint throughout the home and then brought in bold, black accents to contrast the neutral color palette. They continued the design with durable fabrics and furniture to withstand the salty, ocean air and the myriad guests and young children that often occupy the space. Finally, they added a few touches of Scandinavian design to finish off the home.
Though size was not a concern in this master bedroom, the shape of the space presented a challenge in this San Francisco loft. A curved half wall allows views of the bay and Bay Bridge but limits the layout options for the bedroom furniture.
Southwestern design accents, such as the resin longhorn skull, woven blanket and animal hide rug are balanced with a wallpaper print featuring large iguanas to create a fun, bohemian look in the master suite loft in a condo in San Francisco's Potrero Hill.
The back patio gives expands the home's entertaining space and takes advantage of the beautiful view of the beach.