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Back in the master bedroom, the designers installed Tolomeo wall sconces by <a href="http://www.artemide.us/">Artemide</a> next to the bed and placed a bench next to the door made by Hart's uncle, Peter Czuk of <a href="http://www.czukstudio.com/">Czuk St

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Originally appeared in Noe Valley Renovation
on September 22, 2009
Back in the master bedroom, the designers installed Tolomeo wall sconces by &lt;a href=&quot;http://www.artemide.us/&quot;&gt;Artemide&lt;/a&gt; next to the bed and placed a bench next to the door made by Hart&#039;s uncle, Peter Czuk of &lt;a href=&quot;http://www.czukstudio.com/&quot;&gt;Czuk St
Back in the master bedroom, the designers installed Tolomeo wall sconces by Artemide next to the bed and placed a bench next to the door made by Hart's uncle, Peter Czuk of Czuk Studio. The bedroom door, which is rarely closed, is the starting point for the continuous flow of movement and light from the top of the house to the main level and down to the bottom floor.Photo by Sharon Risedorph

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