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    Warehouse Conversion in San Francisco

    This 2,100 square-foot, one bedroom, two bath loft located in a publisher’s print shop built in 1910, was designed and is owned by well-known designer Steven Volpe. The loft, situated on 355 Bryant Stv in San Francisco, California, features exposed brick walls, 18-foot ceilings and eight, giant redwood support columns made from timber logged at the turn of the century.









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    except for the ugly bed and the faux-distressed kitchen cabinets, i'm in love.
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    I love most warehouse renos! The only thing I do not like are the furry 70's porn chairs.
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    I like the space. Would bring my own stuff, though.
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    Yeah, I love lofts too but on my own terms with my own furniture. I like the contrasting light and dark spaces, the old beams and brick. And the bookcase.
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