This year's Masterpiece Tour for San Francisco's Private Collections will be held at SOMA's St. Joseph's Art Society.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
2018 marks the 19th year for San Francisco's (Private) Collections. The one-night event is a visual feast for art lovers. Participants tour the art-filled homes of some of San Francisco's most prestigious collectors.
With the conclusion of the first annual designLIVE summit, we're still in awe of the fantastic design talent that the San Francisco Bay Area has to offer.
We are delighted to announce the addition of one of our newest clients, the LOCZIdesign Group.
As the 2015 Traditional Home Napa Valley Showhouse comes to a close, we can’t help but reflect on the gorgeous rooms our designers presented this year. Whether a moody master dressing room or a shimmering ombre dining parlor, our seven designers showcased stunning designs, reimagining the natural beauty of the Napa Valley through their own signature styles. The result is a collection of carefully curated spaces that will be featured in print in the October 2016 issue of Traditional Home. We couldn’t be more excited about the fantastic relationships our designers have forged with the magazine’s Editor-in-Chief Ann Maine and the wonderful online coverage they’ve already received in Curbed SF and California Home + Design! Below we’ve shared a little about each of the designers we worked with and the inspiration behind their chic design. Enjoy!
Julie Rootes’ Eclectic Dining Room
Julie Rootes of Julie Rootes Interiors crafted a vibrant dining room with artistic inspirations. Drawing on the dynamic pattern of Amanda Stone Talley’s “Fracture” drapery fabric, Julie’s design presents a fresh twist on traditional design. Playing with texture, Julie’s space features gorgeous vintage-inspired cut paper wallpaper by decorative painter Elan Evans. One of our favorite touches are bar’s wine bottles that are adorned with whimsical decorated corks.
A Frette-Inspired Guest Bedroom by Nanette Gordon
Tasked with creating a guest bedroom to accommodate the homeowner’s first and foremost visitor, his Mom, Nanette Gordon of Nanette Design created a peaceful Frette-inspired space. We adore how the room’s soft, inviting color story recalls the soothing colors of the Napa Valley. Chic touches such as the Frette cashmere bedspread, Kelly Wearstler lighting, and a Romo upholstered headboard give the room a soft, sophisticated feel.
David Hansen’s Rhapsody in Blue Master Bedroom
Inspired by the homeowners’ passion for travel and art, David Hansen of David Hansen Design's master bedroom is a soothing space for the couple to relax and reflect upon their day. Titled Rhapsody in Blue, the modern room is envisioned in deep blue with classic elements that pay homage to the Craftsman home’s traditional architecture. We admire how David selected vintage pieces such as a pair of T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings lacquered nightstands and a Tony Kitz Gallery antique rug to imbue the space a sense of history.
A Shimmering Dining Parlor by Elena Calabrese
For her natural luxe dining room, Elena Calabrese of Elena Calabrese Design and Decor collaborated with decorative painter Caroline Lizarraga to develop a one-of-a-kind glittering blue stone plaster wall treatment and brown crocodile print pattern for the bar and glass cabinet backs. Reinterpreting Napa’s organic colors through a luxury lens, the designer reupholstered vintage Milo Baughman in blue ombre velvet, selected a Maya Romanoff mica for the ceiling, and a statement diamond art piece by artist Danielle Mourning.
Catherine and Justine Macfees’ Sophisticated Vintner’s Kitchen
When designing the kitchen, dining nook, and butler’s pantry, mother daughter design duo Catherine and Justine Macfee of Catherine Macfee Interior Design drew inspiration from the homeowner, a winemaker, and the gorgeous landscape of the Valley. Infusing the space with warm colors and custom pieces, Catherine and Justine selected a hand forged metal peninsula, a custom hood, Medallion black onyx cabinetry and a Crossville elongated hexagon natural stone backsplash. We love how the designers outfitted the pantry with a beautiful set of Simon Pearce glassware ideal for entertaining.
An Out of Africa-Inspired Guest Bedroom by Courtney Lake
Influenced by the magic of warm Valley nights, Courtney Lake of Monogram Decor reimagined Wine Country through an Out of Africa lens. Centered around the bold Robert Allen Rajita Tiger print drapery, the space highlights custom modular upholstered built-ins created by Luke Austin of Oak & Wood that function as banquette seating or a guest bed depending on the homeowner’s needs. We’re inspired by Courtney’s sophisticated solution to this space.
Lizette Marie’s Moody Master Dressing Room
Lizette Marie Bruckstein of Lizette Marie Interior Design created a dark and dramatic Master Dressing Room crafted in a glamorous black palette. The daring design is centered around Lizette’s forthcoming candle collection, gilded decay, which include a Homme and Femme candle that when burned together combine to produce the Deconstructed Seduction master scent. The space is adorned with industrial touches such as copper clothing racks and vintage wooden shoe boxes, a Viz Glass flute chandelier, and contemporary photography by Danielle Mourning.
We’re still in awe of the fresh spaces our designers crafted in Napa Valley and look forward to the press that has yet to come. Don’t forget to grab a copy of the 2016 October issue of Traditional Home to see the designs in print!