More Spaces from the Designers of the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014

The San Francisco Decorator Showcase highlights work from the Bay Area's top interior and landscaping design firms. Take a look at other spaces designed by this year's featured participants.

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Custom Lighting and Furniture

A custom 42-inch Hilliard light fixture is made up of individual pieces of blown glass hand soldered in bronze and draws the eye up toward the cupola in this living space. Designer Kristi Will selected a thick-piled mohair for the custom sectional, which nearly shimmers in the natural light.

Modern Salon

In this salon designed by BAMO, French and Italian antiques are paired with iconic pieces by Billy Baldwin and Warren Platner as well as custom furnishings, including a quartet of 7-foot mirrored screens. Contemporary photography by Richard Learoyd and Richard Misrach adds drama to the space.

From: BAMO

Going Vertical

A vertical garden offers a modern spin on the more traditional garden wall. The oversized, textured medallion serves as a focal point, though plants in a mixture of textures, colors and shapes draw the eye onward, and raised redwood beds ground the terrace space designed by Living Green Design.

Fifth Wall Design

Fifth Wall Design Caption Change: Designer Jaimie Belew added graphic wallpaper to the ceiling -- the so-called fifth wall -- of the Atelier Alcove at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2013, a great way to add detail to a space. The neutral walls in this craft room create enough of a break between the pattern of the ceiling wallpaper and graphic flooring for the design to feel completely unified.

Contemporary Design, Historic Home

Contemporary furnishings create contrast when set in a historic home. Designer Shelley Cahan combined a simple, white canopy bed, crisp white trim and olive-toned accents in the bedroom of this 20th century for a look that is both modern and timeless.

Natural Glow

Honey-colored cabinetry, oak flooring, a walnut island base and copper oven hood blend to create a warm, earthy palette that evokes the glow of a natural sunset. The clean lines of the breakfast bar and open shelving offer a modern touch that keeps the kitchen space, designed by Jo Ann Hartley, from appearing one-note.

Playful Opulence

Metallic-lined lamp shades and a glass cocktail table add a sense of opulence to this sitting area designed by Jaimie Belew, though a contemporary sofa and tiger-print upholstered ottoman add a casual, playful undertone.

Luxury Through Landscaping

This smooth textured limestone patio spills out onto the lawn of this picturesque courtyard designed by Kate Webster. A regal strawberry tree framed by a view of the surrounding San Francisco Pacific Heights neighborhood is the crown jewel of the space.

Stylish and Durable

A lively orange-and-cream camellia motif Tibetan rug warms this living room while complementing the white oak hardwood flooring. Cerused oak benches act as coffee tables, and designer Jo Ann Hartley selected the comfortable furnishings so that it will withstand the play of the homeowners' young children.

Textural Details

A limestone backsplash adds visual texture to the neutral palette in this elegant, modern kitchen designed by Antonio Martins. An oversized, industrial light fixture highlights the scale of the generous kitchen island.

Dramatic Dining

Wall-to-wall built-in cabinetry, dupioni curtains and a dark wood table offer a sense of permanence to this dining room designed by Laura Larkin. The custom chandelier draws the eye up toward the tray ceiling and adds a lightness to the saturated palette.

Retro Chic

Natural light highlights the funky, retro-styled wallpaper, and a red ceiling adds character to the dressing room of the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2013, designed by Shelley Cahan.

Formal Yet Fun

Cheetah-print upholstery adds a cheeky touch to this formal living room designed by Laura Larkin. The furniture placement encourages casual conversation around the stunning limestone fireplace.

Corner Suite Luxury

A corner suite designed by BAMO at The New York Palace Hotel features a comfortable sectional sofa with nailhead detail. The Greek key pattern of the sofa trim is echoed in the design of the rug, while the warm chevron pattern and rust-colored accents provide contrast and warmth to the space.

From: BAMO

Highlighting Scale

At first glance, the piece of art selected by art consultant Alexandra Ray that dominates the landing at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2013 has a trompe l'oeil effect, making the space feel larger than it is. The simple wooden frame creates visual and textural contrast with the ornate moldings.

Rustic, Industrial, Modern

Designer Regan Baker removed walls to open up this 1950s-era kitchen. Sleek white cabinetry, wooden open shelving and marble countertops blend to marry her client's rustic, yet modern industrial style. Photography: Photo Designs by Odessa

Pattern Play

Lacing a mix of bright and neutral color through out this room helps unite the bold patterns at play in this art lover's living space, designed by Tineke Triggs. The different patterns share a similar scale, but are broken up enough visually to live harmoniously together.

Natural Light, Natural Palette

A large soaking tub is arguably the main draw of this master bathroom, designed by Melanie Coddington and filled with natural light thanks to a skylight in the ceiling's peak. Honey onyx is featured in the custom laser-cut floor as well as on the walls, most notably as the bathtub's backsplash.

Twist on Tradition

Style and sophistication meet in this San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2013 dining room which boasts a marble fireplace and elaborate molding on the ceiling. The graphic patterns at play on the floor, in the artwork and along the upper wall tone down the tradition and formality of the space, designed by Heather Hilliard.

Wine Country Outdoor Living

Seating around a custom fire pit and pergola designed by Kate Webster offer views through native flora landscaping into the sun-soaked vineyard beyond in this luxurious outdoor entertaining space set in California wine country.

Mixing Past and Present

A Greek sculpture dating to 100 B.C. and oil painting by Masatoyo Kishi juxtapose elements of history and modernity in the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2012 Listening Room, designed by Matthew MacCaul Turner.

From: MacCaul Turner Design

Tricking the Eye

This den designed by Melanie Coddington features a custom velvet sofa set against an accent wall of graphic orange and gray wallpaper. The bold feature diverts attention from the smaller size of the room.

Open for Entertaining

Numerous walls were removed from this space to create one main living space, designed by Kristi Will. Eighteen-foot sliding glass doors and a succession of full-height windows connect this room to a stunning dining deck, patio and fire pit, creating the perfect spot for entertaining guests.

Edgy Design

Exaggerated banister spooling, a graphic black-and-white stair runner and edgy artwork selected by art consultant Alexandra Ray bring a contemporary sensibility to the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2013 entryway. The neutral backdrop allows the artwork to take center stage.

Taking Advantage of Angles

Designer Antonio Martins made creative use of wall space, transforming the angular Atelier at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2013 into a useful area that is part crafting space and part formal display.

Neutral Elegance

Custom cabinets with a natural wood finish are complemented by the neutral tones of the marble countertops and backsplash in this kitchen designed by Jaimie Belew.

Al Fresco Ambience

Harnessing the beauty of climbing vines and vertically planted gardens, Living Green Design created an intimate courtyard setting, perfect for dining al fresco.

Room With a View

Custom window coverings and a low-slung sofa frame the spectacular view of Alcatraz in the San Francisco Decorator Showhouse 2012 Listening Room. Designer Matthew MacCaul Turner conceived of the chandelier design expressly for the space.

From: MacCaul Turner Design

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