Take a Look Inside the 2016 San Francisco Decorator Showcase
Peek into one of the country's top designer showhouses featuring work by the Bay Area's most celebrated designers.
One of the country's top designer showhouses, the San Francisco Decorator Showcase, is back, and we've got a sneak peek inside! The 2016 edition of the Showcase is located at a 6,119-square-foot, 1930s home near the top of Telegraph Hill with sweeping views of the San Francisco Bay, Bay Bridge, Alcatraz and the Golden Gate Bridge.
If you're lucky enough to live in the Bay Area, you can tour this remarkable home between now and May 30. If you can't make the trip, then stay tuned for even more coverage from the home.
Stephan Jones looked to natural materials and sources to create an intimate feel in the study. Antique furnishings ranging from the Baroque period to midcentury are balanced by modern artwork for a collected look.
Annie Lowengart created an homage to her sister's childhood bedroom, which also featured a punchy palette of orange and hot pink. She added modern twists with donut artwork and Flavor Paper wallpaper on the ceiling. "It embraces my sister and her spirit, her joie de vivre," she says.
Tineke Triggs drew inspiration from David Bowie and Iman for the master bedroom. She selected a sophisticated palette of black, gold and cream to reflect the fashion model's timeless glamour and introduced modern furnishings and geometric designs inspired by the musician's Ziggy Stardust persona.
Shelley Cahan and Dina Bandman honored the Chinese Year of the Monkey in the mezzanine bathroom. Custom De Gournay wallpaper with a 22-karat gold design and a modern marble vanity create a striking effect.
The "Two Bedheads are Better Than One" bedroom by Heather Brock and Jennifer Wundrow includes ample storage and space for two children to comfortably enjoy. The centered headboard offers a touch of privacy for each kid.
David Duncan Livingston ; Design by Evars+Anderson
Nancy Evars and Dimitra Anderson are on-trend in the sitting room with a moody palette of charcoal and kelly green. A multicolored cowhide rug and YES artwork add liveliness and touches of fun to the space.
Stay tuned for more coverage from the San Francisco Decorator Showcase. Until then, check out last year's home.