Noe Valley Master Suite

This project was the remodel of a master suite in San Francisco’s Noe Valley neighborhood. The house is an Edwardian that had a story added by a developer. The master suite was done functional yet without any personal touches. The owners wanted to personalize all aspects of the master suite: bedroom, closets and bathroom for an enhanced experience of modern luxury.

The bathroom was gutted and with an all new layout, a new shower, toilet and vanity were installed along with all new finishes.

The design scope in the bedroom was re-facing the bedroom cabinets and drawers as well as installing custom floating nightstands made of toasted bamboo. The fireplace got a new gas burning insert and was wrapped in stone mosaic tile.
The old closet was a cramped room which was removed and replaced with two-tone bamboo door closet cabinets. New lighting was installed throughout.

General Contractor:
Brad Doran

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Mark added this to Master Suite27 May 2021

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