Blue and Green Make a Splash at San Francisco Decorator Showcase
For the monthlong event, designers have reimagined a 1930 Spanish Revival with delightful colors and striking textures
Soothing blues and gorgeous greens nod to the location of this year’s San Francisco Decorator Showcase, which runs Saturday, April 29, through Monday, May 28. This 1930 Spanish Revival house, built by architect George McCrea, is in the city’s Marina District. Its sweeping views of San Francisco Bay offered inspiring design cues to many of the 25 Northern California interior designers as they reimagined their spaces.
The annual fundraising design event benefitting San Francisco University High School features decorated rooms that are intended not to create a unified interior but instead to independently showcase each designer’s style. Take a peek at some of our favorite spaces this year.
2018 San Francisco Decorator Showcase
When: Saturday, April 29, through Monday, May 28
Where: 465 Marina Blvd.
Info: Check the website for hours and ticket information.
Kitchen and Family Room: Good Vibes Only, Meditations on Family (this photo and next)
Designer: Ian Stallings Design
Glossy blue painted cabinets and custom powder-coated appliances from BlueStarcreate a seamless look in the kitchen and family room, designed by Ian Stallings. “I wanted my space to show the journey of a family’s day, starting with breakfast and ending with time together in the open seating area,” he says. Brass and acrylic pulls from Design Theory Hardware, a marble backsplash and a pounded stainless steel hood add a luxe touch to complete the chef’s kitchen.