Posts tagged San Francisco Decorator Showcase
Then & Now: The San Francisco Decorator Showcase

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.

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A Designer's Guide to Your First Year at San Francisco Decorator Showcase

This year, our client, Kari McIntosh of Kari McIntosh Design, was invited to participate in one of the world’s most prestigious designer showcase events, the San Francisco Decorator Showcase. We asked Kari about her experience and what she learned during her first year at this premiere event.

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Your Guide to designLIVE

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.

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Elan Evans Presents Faux Finishes at Their Finest

From Thespian to wallpaper designer, Sonoma County artist Elan Evans has gone from stage drama to dramatic finishes that take wall coverings to an entirely new level.

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Heather Hilliard Design Presents The Garden Room

Drawn to the vibrant color and texture of the adjoining garden, Designers Heather Hilliard and Fleur Keyes of Heather Hilliard Design envisioned the Garden Room...

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Cynthia Spence Presents Teal Transitions

Drawn to the home's sweeping views of the bay, Cynthia Spence brought the beauty of the outdoors into a windowless space with a two-tine blue vestibule.

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Ian Stallings Presents The White Witch Study

When designing a study for his ideal client, Ian Stallings selected Fleetwood Mac icon Stevie Nicks as his muse.

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Nanette Design Presents Mom's Cave

When faced with a walk-in closet nestled close to the children's room, Designer Nanette Gordon of Nanette Design thought there was no one better than Mom to have a space to call her own, transforming the small space into a sophisticated sanctuary.

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Nest Design Co. Presents Two Bedheads Are Better Than One

Set against crisp white walls and envisioned in an eclectic mix of pattern and color, Nest Design Co.’s shared little girl and boy’s bedroom urges the little ones to explore.

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Stephan Jones Interiors Presents The Study

Designed with the Californian coast in mind, Stephan Jones Interiors’ study is a soothing retreat imbued with the creativity and colorful energy of the San Francisco Bay Area.

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Sullivan Design Studio Presents The Loft Bar

Inspired by the growing trend in in-home wine bars, Principal Designer Linda Sullivan of Sullivan Design Studio created a luxurious Loft Bar. 

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Evars + Anderson Interior Design Presents the Sophisticated Salon

Tucked away from the main living spaces, Evars + Anderson Interior Design’s Sophisticated Salon is a dark, moody sitting room ideal for intimate gatherings or a date night enjoyed at home. 

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Antonio Martins Interior Design Presents The Living Room

Inspired by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art's expansion, Antonio Martins created an artful living room that celebrates the city's vibrant creative energy and emphasizes the intersection of art and design.

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Ann Lowengart Interiors Presents Smoll's Room Redux

Inspired by Principal Designer Annie Lowengart’s sister’s childhood bedroom, Smoll’s Room Redux is a chic take on a classic color combination.

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Shelley & Company Presents The Year of the Monkey Mezzanine Bath

An intimate retreat infused with whimsical attitude, Shelley & Company’s “Year of the Monkey” Mezzanine Bath is the perfect place to indulge one’s senses. 

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Introducing Gilded Decay, A Seductive Candle Collection by Lizette Marie

San Francisco Interior Designer Lizette Bruckstein of Lizette Marie Interior Design is, without a doubt, a name to know. 

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