Designed for several empty nesters in Russian Hill by Zack de Vito Architects, this high-end highrise boasts skyline views of the San Francisco Bay Bridge and downtown. Just what a transition from a normal family house to one that showing a priceless art collection and is conducive to amusing.

The floorplan lets the key places to be subjected to the grand views and plenty of sunshine, while the interior rooms are broken up by wealthy, custom cabinetry and unbiased painted walls. The lighting strategy of the flat adds another dimension of the the room and provides it a museum-like quality. See for area fascinating and choose if the next venture includes highrise dwelling.

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The couple’s group of paintings that were graphical are equally disbursed through the space and marries with all other artifacts as well as the custom cabinetry.

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The lights, stools, and grey-hued granite counter-tops give this modern kitchen a touch of taste that is industrial.

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The kitchen includes a double dose of cabinetry that is seamless. Cupboards little kitchen appliances that were closest to the ceiling home, while the darker-faced cupboards house drinking glasses and regular dinnerware. Supplying storage that is apparently never-ending, the low profile cabinet doors makes them almost disappear.

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Modern dark-stained built-ins offer an area without intruding with views for displaying collectibles and clothes storage.

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A multi- faced wall of wood cabinetry that is recessed and oversize artwork functions as a divider between the library and family room.

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Space preparation hint:
Use carpets to delineate areas within an open-concept program. See in what way the carpets help the transition involving the family room, dining area and kitchen.

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The the sack chrome four-post bed complements the clear, zen aesthetic in the space’s. The wool carpet adds a layer of feel and relaxation.

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Layout hint: Use recessed light to direct focus on special functions in the area. See how lights highlight art, the sculptures and statuettes inside the library shelving.

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Brilliant and immaculate, this bathroom features a broad, lifted soaking a lavish marble shower and also bathtub. The introduction of wood give a small pastoral advantage to it.

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