San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2012 – Sneak Peek

With breathtaking views, box beamed ceilings and a double-curved grand staircase, the historic mansion at 2020 Jackson Street in the coveted Pacific Heights neighborhood is this year’s San Francisco Decorator Showcase. The Classic Revival home was designed by Julius Krafft and built in 1902 by Wells Fargo Bank President Isaias Hellman as a wedding gift to his daughter. However, after the 1906 earthquake and fire, the 11,500 square foot home was the temporary headquarters of Wells Fargo.
{Entry Garden by Living Green}
This year’s Showcase features a roster of both seasoned and emerging designers. Wallpaper, neutral color palettes and extraordinary light fixtures were design trends that kept repeating from room to room.   Here’s a sneak peek at some of the beautiful spaces:
{French Art Deco sideboard and aubergine fabric by Classic Cloth covers the City Salon designed by BAMO}
{Ceiling detail of Timorous Beasties botanical print wallpaper cut-out in the Gentleman’s Study by Geoffrey De Sousa Interior Design}
{Shell & brass chandelier and lilac lucite tables in the Dining Room by ScavulloDesign}
{Terrace designed by Frank Holbrook}
{Union Jack painted wall in the The Modern Pantry designed by Dehn Bloom Designs and Tinsley Hutson-Wiley Interior Design}
{Walker Zanger “Tracciato Diva” tile in Power Room by KCS Estates}
{Urban-chic Kitchen & Great Room by Green Couch Interior Design – Photos provided by Green Couch}
{Abstract art by Paul Burlin featured in the Guest Bedroom designed by Matt Murphy Studio}
{Lots of neon in the Teen Girl’s Room designed by Em Design Interiors}
{Fashion Design Blogger’s Office designed by Catherine Kwong Design}
{Hanging hats and bike in the Teen Boy’s Room designed by KGB Interior Design}
{DuChamp inspired Bathroom by Ma( i )sonry Napa Valley}
{Eclectic The Listening Room designed by Maccaul Turner Design}
{Hand-crafted bed and chenille wallpaper by Romo in The Tailor Made Suit( e ) by Brian Dittmar Design}
{Collector’s Library designed by Jonathan Rachman Design – Photo by John Merkl}
With over 30 rooms, I couldn’t possibly cover it all in today’s post. I will dive into some of the rooms in more detail over the next coupe weeks – so stay tuned!
If you are in the San Francisco area, I encourage you to tour this exquisite home. It will be open to the public from April 28 – May 28 {Tuesday through Sundays}. For more information and to purchase tickets, go here. It’s all for a great cause too and  benefits the San Francisco University High School’s financial aid program.
*all photography by Simplified Bee or otherwise noted
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4 Responses to San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2012 – Sneak Peek

  1. Janell @ House of Fifty May 3, 2012 at 1:07 pm #

    Love the painted Union Jack wall and the photo in the “bloggers home office” is fabulous. What a fun sneak peek! Janell

  2. Donna April 27, 2012 at 1:23 pm #

    That sideboard is so neat!!

  3. the designers muse April 27, 2012 at 2:45 am #

    Great photos, thanks for sharing! love the terrace…looks like a great show house. Jennifer

  4. Karena April 27, 2012 at 1:50 am #

    Cristin wonderful home and so many great pieces especially that Deco Sideboard!

    ….I wanted you to know…I am featuring Anita Rivera,Friend, Designer and Paper Artist with Castles Crowns & Cottages, & her Giveaway on my site!

    Art by Karena