Shop The Look: Tineke Triggs Master Suite Design at the 2016 San Francisco Decorator ShowcaseAuthor:Lindsey Shook
Inspired by the everlasting love between David Bowie and his wife Iman, Tineke Triggs, of Artistic Designs for Living, is the mastermind behind the design of the Master Suite in this year’s San Francisco Decorator Showcase. The aesthetic pays homage to the pair’s dynamic personalities, through the balance of contemporary pieces with geometric elements, creating a glowing energy throughout the space. The designer chose a palette of black, gold and cream to reflect Iman’s timeless glamour while the bold furnishings evoke Bowie’s rockstar, revolutionary style. “The suite is envisioned as a sacred hideaway for these two special souls to unwind and reconnect at the end of each day” says Triggs. Tineke shared with us a few of the pieces she used to create this stunning shrine.
True Stone and Cambria – Floating Vanity and Tub Stand in Brittanica pattern. (Cambria supplied the material and True Stone fabricated the vanity)
The master bed is the Feel Good Tens Bed from Flexform SF.
The bedside chandeliers are by Ochre.
The Tambobamba Tables coffee tables are by Jiun Ho.
Both the black wicker chair and console are from Baker Furniture.
We were so happy to work with the Dolby Chadwick Gallery on all of the artwork selections.
The rugs were provided by Crescent.
The room would not be complete without the stunning fabrics and wall coverings provided by De Sousa Hughes.
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