Here we are, this year celebrating 40 years of the San francisco Decorator Showcase.
My favorite rooms this year are the kids/teens room! So cool they make you wanna be a kid again!! :)
The home in Pacific avenue is designed in a classical Revival style, with notable columns, rounded porticos, the interior reflects luxury, elegant and symmetry.
We moved to the dining room by Chloe Warner
Impresive kitchen by Jon de la Cruz. 'Mise en Place' is a French culkinary phrase that means 'everyhting in its place'
Love this little detail with the sheep close to the kitchen :)
Very cool powder room and vestibule all in dark blue by Courtney Springer
We moved into the library in dark tones and light, a study in contrast, an homage to classic and contemporary, a marraiage between old and new. Designed by Martin Kobus.
We go upstairs to the master bedroom, which is meant to to isnpire, while also creating a indelible serenity. Designed by Beth Martin.
Get to my favorite room in the whole house!! Meant for the young, the wild and the wandering, this is a room for the explorer in all of us- a journey through a restrained oasis in the horizon, converging with an unearthing of the wilderness deep within the desert. :)
Design by Studio SHK
Combining classic with modern and antique with contemporary, they designed a simple and impactful space for company to relax and recharge. Designed by Mead Quin Design.
We moved to another bedroom using a living wall behind the bed. Design by Jaimie Belew Interior Design.
A little corner on the top floor to relax while enjoy the views, close by another countertop area.
The penthouse living room & bar design by Catherine Kwong.
'A room that is elemental and quietly romantic but also layered and rich in meaning. One feels like what California feels right now for us.'
A balcony with amazing views to the Bay.
A super fun room, where laundry and custom dog wash are combined in a very refreshing way.
Design by Dina Bandman Interiors
In love with this teen room too!!! A time for transition and transformation.
Design by K Interiors.
Th executive refuge using a neutral and masculine palette, a secluded room for relaxation... to read, listen to music or meet with a friend.
Design by CME Interiors.
An with this we finish another year discovering new designers, and geeting some great inspiration!
Until next year!
Photos by me
Info from San Francisco Decorator brochure. For more information click here