Mary Jo Fiorella of Fiorella Design
San Francisco, California
These high-end clients wanted a home that was similar in style to the boutique hotels they visit while traveling. Limited on space, the combined living/dining room is adaptable and transitional…There was not a lot of room for a formal dining room and living room, so we combined spaces. With this new arrangement, it is possible to move the dining table to be a part of the banquette seating or center it in the room for more formal events. The under stair storage highlights the clients glass collection as well as stores their TV, and room for luggage below. It's the highlight of the entire space.
Upstairs in the open area, we converted two closets into an open bar, with lounge seating and large plasma TV it's the perfect place to watch football with friends.
Thanks Mary Jo!
PROFESSIONAL PROJECT SUBMISSION FORM
• Are you a designer/architect/decorator interested in sharing a residential project with Apartment Therapy readers? Contact the editors through our Professional Project Submission Form.