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Inspire Me: Renovated San Francisco Home

The renovation of a San Francisco home includes a dressing room to die for

Written by Jenny Bradley
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David Livingston

Stone design on walls, floors, counters (custom): Cristiane Pochmann, Antonio Martins Interior Design, 415/377-6136, antoniomartins.com.
Built-in cabinetry: Luis Norori Antique Restoration, 415/715-0109.
Vanity faucets ("Easton Lavatory Set"); bathtub ("Candide Freestanding Tub"); shower fittings ("Easton Shower Collection); tub fittings ("Easton Exposed Bath Mixture): Waterworks, 800/899-6757.
Sconces ("Biarritz Sconce"): Niermann Weeks, 212/319-7979, niermannweeks.com.
Hardware: Cal Crystal, 800/966-9994, calcrystalusa.com.
Built-in mirrors: Paige Glass, 415/621-5266.
Fabrication: Martin Kobus Inc., 415/331-3755, martinkobus.com.