Where can you find a house that is filled with hand- painted silk wallpaper- pillows that are inspired the shape of medicine balls (and a play on a classic Michael Taylor design)- shipping crates made into furniture- walls painted to look like faux wood- modern wooden sculptures in the front yard- cocoons made into light fixtures- flowers freshly picked from gardens- and fabric that cost less than $2 a yard?
No- not my house. Guess again.
If you haven’t heard me mention it a few times lately- it is that time of year for the annual San Francisco Decorator Showcase house located at 3450 Washington Street in the Presidio Heights area of San Francisco.
I might sound like a broken record at times about how much the showcase house means to me. But, it really does hold a special place in my heart as I got my start in interior design by designing rooms and slowing building my business.
I did three rooms three consecutive years in a row- and the whole experience was amazing.
I had the chance to take a sneak peek yesterday- so here a few highlights from my trip.
If you are in San Francisco- DO check out the website for more info (the house is open from May 1st- May 31st)
Walking around the house really made me think that maybe next year it might be time to design another space. After walking around a house with such creativity- it really has had my mind racing with ideas.