It’s a big year for the San Francisco Decorator Showcase, the 40th. In honor of the program’s ruby anniversary, they have a jewel of a house: 2698 Pacific Avenue, a Classical Revival mansion on the corner of Pacific Avenue and Scott Street.
A 14-acre estate set in preserved grazing lands, this rustic compound only seems remote.
Castle in the sky – Lokoya Winery in Napa ValleyWhen the Jackson Family acquired the original Yverdon estate on Spring Mountain as their new home for Lokoya, they hired Backen, Gillam & Kroeger Architects to transform the former multi-story stone winery into a luxury tasting room befitting their
Home Tour San Francisco Decorator Showcase The classic revival mansion at 2698 Pacific Street has been dropping jaws since 1904 when it was built to take advantage of sweeping hilltop views by famed architects Newsom and Newsom.
Designer Brad Krefman remade this c.1900 Sausalito view home into stunning retreat high above the bay. It's now ready for its next century. Open Sunday, April 23 from 1:00pm-4:00pm.
Recently completed, this refreshingly modern beach home is a great example of the best in Southern California indoor/outdoor design.
With May just around the corner, we are getting ready for one of the most exciting design events of the year.
Besides her well-earned reputation as a designer, stylist, and founder of Murphy Deesign, proud California girl Dee Murphy is known for her expertise in topics ranging from fashion and family to decor and travel, all of which are explored on the Murphy Deesign blog. Drawing inspiration from her home state's surf and sand, Murphy mixes modern and vintage, patterns and prints to create an eclectic aesthetic that is as cool as it is unique. Learn more about Murphy's motivation, dream clients, and ultimate fantasy Sunday fun day in our Q&A below.
A pair of houses built around 1900 and embellished by their long-time owner, evoking San Francisco’s past. Open Saturday/Sunday, April 15/16 from 2:00pm-4:00pm both days.