On the heels of last week’s sneak peek, we’re taking a full dive into what lies inside this year’s San Francisco Decorator Showcase at 2698 Pacific Avenue. Locally known as the Mack House by Newsom and Newsom architects, the 1904 property hosts 11,000 square feet of some of San Fran’s most covetable interior architecture. With great bones already in tow, this year’s organizers tapped the area’s best designers and decorators to dress-it-to-its-best for one very good cause*. Shown here are just a few highlights of what’s currently on show. Enjoy!
Above – a home office design by Chloe Warner of Redmond Aldrich Design.
A light and airy bedroom by Beth Martin of Martin Group. Photo by Drew Altizer.
Amadi and Springer went bold with an ample dose of pattern and color grounded by an expanse of black walls and classic details.
The walls are made of limestone wainscoting at base and limestone plaster at top.
A living room lounge by Catherine Kwong. Photo by Ian Chin for Drew Altizer Photography
Inspired by Big Sur, Kwong opted to keep things light and natural – relying on clean lines and rich texture to set the tone.
Martin Kobus of Martin Kobus Home, added ornate plaster detailing to create a richly layered library space. Photo by Ian Chin for Drew Altizer Photography.
A sort of island retreat was established by floating the heavy furniture in the center of the room.
Chris Eskra of CME Interiors went rich and dark in this “Executive Refuge”. Photo by Ian Chin for Drew Altizer Photography.
An otherworldly bedroom retreat by Jaimie Belew of Jaimie Belew Interiors. Photo by Drew Kelly.
We wrap with the home’s first and last impression – a sculpture-infused garden by Jarrod Baumann of Zeterre Landscape Architecture.
* The San Francisco Decorator Showcase is open to the public from April 29th to May 29th. All funds raised support the San Francisco University High School Financial Aid Program – helping to make a world-class college preparatory education available to deserving local students. Tickets available via eventbrite.com.