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Inspired: Bloodhound Bar

7x7, San Francisco's city magazine, recently wrote about a new bar in the SoMa neighborhood called Bloodhound. My life isn't short on watering holes, and I rarely find myself in that 'hood, but I was impressed by the design of the space. The coolest thing, as the mag points out, is the flock of black birds painted on the ceiling. Beyond that, reclaimed wood paneling and rustic accents like an antler chandelier and wildlife artwork give the space a spooky, lost-in-the-woods aura. I came across the CB2 Flock Rug ($249), which would be ideal for re-creating the look of this bar. Using it as a jumping off point, I decided to round up a few more items inspired by this San Francisco spot. To see them,

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A dining room, I thought, would be the natural room to design with Bloodhound as inspiration, seeing as we don't all have bars in our homes. See more photos of the space here.

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GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 7 years
I like it -- interesting ceiling treatment.
aimeeb aimeeb 7 years
It's kind of funky. My parents have a "outdoorsy" room in their home and have two small antler chandeliers-fake of course but look very real. It sounds kind of weird but if you saw them room you'd love it. I do. ;)
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