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I also realized that I never shared these photos of the dining room and hallway in that same project. So many great details.

photoshopped shelving and hall

I think I was waiting because the owner plans to recover the purple couch in a deep blue to match the windows. Might never happen.

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purple couch couch

Photos by Nancy Kalter Dills

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This bedroom was part of a recent full house remodel in Rockridge. I finally had a chance to publish a few photos. Due to the multicolor light, the colors are not perfect in these photos, but hopefully you can get the idea.  Photos are by Nancy Kalter-Dills.

This one shows the pair of colorful stained glass casement windows – A collaboration with Sabina Frank of Berkeley. It also shows the steel bed designed by myself to go with the windows and fabricated by Frank Trousil in Richmond.  Lights are from Metro Lighting in Berkeley and the flooring is ash.

BEDROOM WITH STAINED GLASS

The next few show the custom closet system fabricated by Martin Lee in Oakland.  My favorite part is the picture frames built into the doors. This gives the owner the opportunity to personalize the doors that they look at from the bed every day.

CABINET PICTUREFRAMES 2 CABINET PICTUREFRAMES

Hard to see in this photo, but Martin created crafty little wooden levers to hold in the picture and the glass on the inside of the door.

PICTRUEFRAMECLOSET DOORS 3

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A key part of the design was adding this door from the kitchen to the back part of the house (and future back deck)

New door to back of house

As you can see below, this also gave the bedroom a better connection to the bathroom and more privacy.

NEW FLOORPLAN

OLD FLOORPLAN

These curvy shelves and cherry peninsula were just icing on the cake.

Dark Stained Cherry Peninsula & Curvy Shelves

The homeowner is a bicycle enthusiast (and an artist)

Stained Glass by Charles Carlson

Very cool,.

More photos

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Pair of windows for the bedroom

Triptych for the diningroom

Thanks to Sabina Frank we will have cheerful colored light streaming in from the south side where we once saw only the neighbor’s looming stucco wall with aluminum windows.

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