Coupar visited this year's San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show celebrating Celestial Imagery in Art, Antiques & Design. Held at the Festival Pavilion in Fort Mason Center this October the show featured approximately 60 dealers from across North America and Europe, offering an extraordinary range of fine and decorative arts from around the world.
During the San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show, Coupar had the privilege to attend an incredible panel discussion, focused on Decorating with Art & Antiques.
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We are pleased to welcome Baker and McGuire Furniture back to the San Francisco Design Center. During the last week of September, the design community celebrated Baker’s Grand Reopening.
October marks the 37th year of The San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show held at the Festival Pavilion, Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture. Among the celestial-themed vignettes, Charlotte Moss will create "The Sun." Coupar caught up with Charlotte to query the designer, author, lecturer, and philanthropist on her thoughts about antiques, design, and life.
Earlier this year we shared how vital it is to understand your various communications channels. Now we’re digging even further to explain the importance of posting content to your owned channels (i.e. your website, blog, and social media).
Located in a Renaissance Revival gem by Julia Morgan, San Francisco design firm JKA Design celebrated three years at their Russian Hill atelier.
Last week, Coupar attended Luxe Interiors + Design’s Luxury Home Design panel discussion hosted by ÆRENA Galleries & Gardens. Held at RiverHouse by Bespoke Collection in Napa, Mary Jo Bowling, San Francisco's esteemed LUXE Homes Editor, moderated the design industry panel.
As a member of the design industry, it is important to understand the nuances of social media channels like Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Pinterest. Your social media presence is often someone’s first impression of you. When using these channels effectively, you are able to gain brand visibility and extend your network to reach potential clients and expand your list of project collaborators.
This September marks the 4th year of "Design Meets the Divas of Drag" at the San Francisco Design Center during "Fall into Fabrics". Emceed by multi-talented Terry McLaughlin, the combination variety/runway show features drag queens wearing couture gowns fabricated by local workrooms.
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.