Michael Ingram Jones purchased, in 2009, 2 bungalows that were built in 1856.  With the help of architects Brian Massana and Toby O’Rorke, he had the two combined.
Michael Ingram Jones purchased, in 2009, 2 bungalows that were built in 1856.  With the help of architects Brian Massana and Toby O’Rorke, he the two bungalows combined  into his existing home. In the living room, a work of Victorian taxidermy, Ted Muehli
Scott Croyle, 44, Chief Design officer for a San Francisco tech start up Nextbit, poses for a photo in his home that he and his wife, Michele Godwin had renovated.   Credit:  Vivian Johnson, for The Wall Street Journal...FACELIFT - Croyle
Michael Ingram Jones purchased, in 2009, 2 bungalows that were built in 1856.  With the help of architects Brian Massana and Toby O’Rorke, he had the two combined by a walkway turned into a galley kitchen.
The home of Janelle and Kirk Loevner, a 19th century Victorian house, purchased 10 years ago and has been redesign to make it more open.  Janelle Loevner, an interior designer, has added her unique style to the decorations.  Janelle poses for a portrait i
The home of Janelle and Kirk Loevner, a 19th century Victorian house, purchased 10 years ago and has been redesign to make it more open.  Janelle Loevner, an interior designer, has added her unique style to the decorations.
The master bathroom of The "Chateau Zoo",  inspired by the architectural design of historic French equestrian barns.  The 7,200 sq ft home of Kevin and Carolynn Cozen was photographed on June 19th 2015.  This is a photo of the work in progress.  CREDIT: V
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