60 Eclectic Home Design Photos
This dramatic contemporary residence features extraordinary design with magnificent views of Angel Island, the Golden Gate Bridge, and the ever changing San Francisco Bay. The amazing great room has soaring 36 foot ceilings, a Carnelian granite cascading waterfall flanked by stairways on each side, and an unique patterned sky roof of redwood and cedar. The 57 foyer windows and glass double doors are specifically designed to frame the world class views. Designed by world-renowned architect Angela Danadjieva as her personal residence, this unique architectural masterpiece features intricate woodwork and innovative environmental construction standards offering an ecological sanctuary with the natural granite flooring and planters and a 10 ft. indoor waterfall. The fluctuating light filtering through the sculptured redwood ceilings creates a reflective and varying ambiance. Other features include a reinforced concrete structure, multi-layered slate roof, a natural garden with granite and stone patio leading to a lawn overlooking the San Francisco Bay. Completing the home is a spacious master suite with a granite bath, an office / second bedroom featuring a granite bath, a third guest bedroom suite and a den / 4th bedroom with bath. Other features include an electronic controlled gate with a stone driveway to the two car garage and a dumb waiter from the garage to the granite kitchen.
Architectural Building Arts, Inc.
Kailey J. Flynn Photography
© 2011 Kailey J. Flynn Photography
Dennis Connel Design Group
Semmes & Co. Builders, Inc
TLC Design & Decor
Fun patterned textiles, custom-designed furnishings and unique accessories come together to create this eclectic and contemporary home office for the lady of the house. Wood finishes that are present in the public areas of the house are repeated here, but the juxtaposition between the light vs. dark wood stains and the sleek vs. rustic wood finishes create an inspiring and interesting space that lends itself to completing creative work. The custom solid-wood furniture pieces provide ample storage that will also conceal unsightly office supplies and paperwork. Original works of art are highlighted through customized framing and unique collectables are displayed in a fun and simple way. Thanks to the futon sofa, this home office can double as a last-minute guest room for visitors. Photos by Oliver Wolfe Photography
HEATHER TISSUE design
Elliott Johnson Photography
Stacked wood coffee table with glass shelves nestled inside and a concrete top in the foreground. Seaweed inspired wood prawns holding up a beautiful aqua tinged glass in the background. Photo by Sean Lamb
Photo: Lucy Call © 2014 Houzz