Inspired by the preppy, glamorous style of 1960’s Palm Beach, San Francisco-based interior designer, Scot Meacham Wood of SMW Design has transformed a corner room for the Peninsula Volunteers Decorator Show House into a delightful Card Room. With stunning views of the pool, waterfall and magnificent Woodside hills, it’s the perfect spot for an afternoon bridge match, refreshing drink and good old fashion girl talk.
Using nearly 100 yards of fabric, the room is tented from ceiling to floor in Lilly Pulitzer’s “Tail Lights” in emerald green (available at Lee Jofa). Each of the four card tables are covered in “Happy Plaid” also by Lilly Pulitzer, topped with darling polished chrome lamps by Circa Lighting and circled with varied antique chairs. The grand chinoiserie secretary (love!) from Baker Furniture was placed opposite the French doors. It balances the r
A cheery yellow custom designed bar cart from the Gilded Stag is stocked with summertime drinks. I love that this piece was a bit over-sized. It’s the right scale for the space.
Scot incorporates wonderful artwork throughout the space including photography by famed photographer Slim Aarons and several works from local photographer James Scott Geras.
Cheers to Scot!
And in case you missed it, here’s the Guest Bedroom for the show house.
*all images by Nicolas Smith Photography