5 San Francisco Home Renovations

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November 6, 2013
The City by the Bay is known for its diverse mix of Victorian and modern architecture. Maintaining these aesthetics, here are just a few San Francisco home renovations.
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  This Park Street home, built in the early 1900s, went from 1,040 to 2,170 square feet with the help of Studio Sarah Willmer. Photo by Ken Gutmaker.

    This Park Street home, built in the early 1900s, went from 1,040 to 2,170 square feet with the help of Studio Sarah Willmer. Photo by Ken Gutmaker.

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  The backyard in the Park Street residence was totally redesigned and relandscaped by Willmer.

    The backyard in the Park Street residence was totally redesigned and relandscaped by Willmer.

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  Renovating this 1,000 square foot residence was a fun challenge for atelier KS. The home, located in the Sunset District, uses windows, mirrors and innovative storage spaces to clear the clutter and open the space.

    Renovating this 1,000 square foot residence was a fun challenge for atelier KS. The home, located in the Sunset District, uses windows, mirrors and innovative storage spaces to clear the clutter and open the space.

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  With the help of the Charles de Lisle Workshop, this San Francisco family renovated their entire home, starting with the kitchen. Photo by Leslie Williamson.  Photo by: Leslie Williamson

    With the help of the Charles de Lisle Workshop, this San Francisco family renovated their entire home, starting with the kitchen. Photo by Leslie Williamson.

    Photo by: Leslie Williamson

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  The space's transition from kitchen to dining room is open and airy with a flood of natural light coming from the large windows. Photo by Leslie Williamson.  Photo by: Leslie Williamson

    The space's transition from kitchen to dining room is open and airy with a flood of natural light coming from the large windows. Photo by Leslie Williamson.

    Photo by: Leslie Williamson

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  The Lantern House located between Victorian homes on a scenic hill was renovated by Holey Associates. Photo by Zubin Shroff.  Photo by: Zubin Shroff

    The Lantern House located between Victorian homes on a scenic hill was renovated by Holey Associates. Photo by Zubin Shroff.

    Photo by: Zubin Shroff

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  The living room space of the Lantern House was once a jumble of small dark rooms, but a street-facing window and skylights open the area. Photo by Zubin Shroff.  Photo by: Zubin Shroff

    The living room space of the Lantern House was once a jumble of small dark rooms, but a street-facing window and skylights open the area. Photo by Zubin Shroff.

    Photo by: Zubin Shroff

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  The upShift project located in the Mission district is the fifth home that architect David Baker has built for himself. Photo by Dave Lauridsen.  Photo by: Dave Lauridsen

    The upShift project located in the Mission district is the fifth home that architect David Baker has built for himself. Photo by Dave Lauridsen.

    Photo by: Dave Lauridsen

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  The upShift house features a backyard area with a spiral staircase. Photo by Dave Lauridsen.  Photo by: Dave Lauridsen

    The upShift house features a backyard area with a spiral staircase. Photo by Dave Lauridsen.

    Photo by: Dave Lauridsen

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