Coupar recently caught up with SFDC's marketing maven, Rhonda Hirata. As VP of marketing Rhonda handles the brand development, social media platforms, website traffic growth and publishes the annual journal for the design center.
Coupar was invited for a tour of the restored Hibernia Bank Building. The event hosted by ICAA of Northern California featured a tour led by Ed Westbrook of QuarryHouse.
Today Coupar launched a new website that shows how we enable clients to grow unconstrained by staffing limitations in business operations, project management and marketing – enabling them to reach their creative potential.
Last Thursday, the gracious HEWN team hosted Coupar for wine and nibbles at their San Francisco showroom just a few steps away from our office.
San Francisco's Legion of Honor’s current exhibition, "Truth and Beauty: The Pre-Raphaelites and the Old Masters" explores how the visual arts look to the past for inspiration.
Kathy Bloodworth took a circuitous path to become an interior designer which ultimately led to her promotion at Kendall Wilkinson Design as Chief Design Officer.
Last week, Coupar attended “Dynamic Minds: Invention and Designing Today’s Dreams” during San Francisco Design Week 2018. Diane Dorrans Saeks, best-selling writer, editor, and author of the popular blog THE STYLE SALONISTE moderated the vibrant panel with Kendall Wilkinson, Jay Jeffers, and Catherine Kwong.
To promote your interior design business you need to show your projects to editors for consideration in either print or online publications. Just like a portrait photo, it is essential to photograph your interiors looking their best. Here are some Tips and Tricks of the Trade to get the most out of your photoshoots.
Last month, Coupar was delighted to celebrate the winners of the 2018 Julia Morgan Awards in the classically stunning Green Room at the San Francisco War Memorial & Performing Arts Center.
From Instagram analytics to unique monthly visitors to print ads, it can be difficult keeping up with the latest jargon and tools in the marketing arena. As a design business owner, it is vital to understand the available communications channels, and how to use and measure them to effectively support your pipeline.
This year's 4th annual Designer Mix-Off hosted by California Home + Design was nothing short of amazing! The energy in the room was contagious as participants sipped on cocktails created by Coupar clients Paul Wiseman, Kendall Wilkinson, Ann Lowengart and designers Geoffrey De Sousa and Emilie Munroe.
LEGENDS at La Cienega Design Quarter in Los Angeles is one of the most highly anticipated events in the design industry and the 10th anniversary did not disappoint. Design professionals from around the world gathered at LEGENDS X to share insights based on the theme of the event: Today’s Vision, Tomorrow’s Home.
The 2018 San Francisco Decorator Showcase closes on May 28th. It is the first showhouse held in the historic Marina District. A Spanish Mediterranean home designed and built by architect George McCrea in 1930, it features spectacular views of the Bay, Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz and Marina Green. While the designers created magic on the interiors, painter A.J. Oishi's Delaunay-esque art installation graced the exterior.
Happy April from Team Coupar! The name for the month comes from the Latin verb aperire, "to open." Along with the opening of Spring flowers, the 2018 San Francisco Decorator Showcase debuts on April 28. Driving along Marina Blvd the Mediterranean style house stops traffic with painter A.J. Oishi's Delaunay-esque art installation on the exterior.
Private Collections is a special one-night event offering an exclusive look at the art-filled homes of some of San Francisco’s most respected art collectors. This year, several collections were shown by Chuck and Diane Frankel, Rich and Judy Guggenhime, Sarah and Austin Hills, Francis Mill, Lenore Pereira and Richard Niles, Paul Sack, and Deborah and Andy Rappaport.