On Monday night, my friend JoAnn and I went to a party held by First Republic Bank at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2018. It benefits the SF University High School. The home was built in 1929 in a neighborhood known as “The Marina.” Here are some of my favorite highlights.
It was almost dusk when I took this photograph of the “Lemon Drop Lullaby” darling nursery.
The designer, Dina Bandman kindly suggested that I use the professional ones taken by Christopher Stark. What a difference with natural lighting (and trained talent). How about the ceiling! And the de Gournay lemon wallpaper and hand-painted matching window treatments. All the citrus feels very Californian.
The four-poster crib was custom made in Lucite Plexi-Craft.
Loving this little tricked out closet, too.
Another space that I liked was done by Heather Deragon of September Studio. “A Room of Her Own” meant for quiet time and reflection. Photo by Suzanna Scott.
There is a small window in the room with this view of the Bay and Alcatraz…This area is one of Chief’s favorite walks!
The kitchen by Ian Stallings had high gloss cabinets and a beautiful Da Vinci Marble backsplash and counter with Bluestar appliances.
I love plants in bathrooms (and they seem to like the steam). Notice the vertical Fireclay tiles. This was designed by Adele Lapointe.
Perfect drama for a San Francisco Decorator Showcase…the foyer and stairwell by Molie Malone using de Gournay wallpaper and The Rug Company.
I can appreciate all the dedication, creativity and hard work that the designers and suppliers provided. The San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2018 (465 Marina Blvd.) is open until May 28.
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