Dramatic views of the surrounding Presidio through oversized windows are juxtaposed against a cosmopolitan study of black and white in the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014 family room and adjoining kitchen space. Designer Steven Miller selected furnishings that are comfortable, casual and chic.
With a nod to the California artists who draw inspiration from the state's rugged beauty, designer Matthew MacCaul Turner created the perfect space to conceive of and create art in the San Francisco Decorator Showhouse 2014 Artist's Home Studio and Observatory. Sweeping views of the San Francisco Bay and the Presidio greet the artist, and the paint-splattered studio floor is a work of art in its own right.
Built in 1908 for attorney Alfred Sutro and his wife Rose for a cost of $21,238, the Classical Revival home serving as the setting for the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014 sits on a third of an acre overlooking the Presidio and the San Francisco Bay.
Designers Heather Hilliard and Fleur Keyes's concept for the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014 living room was designed to complement the natural beauty seen through the generous windows of the space. The furnishings harmonize with the hills beyond the home while providing comfort to the family and friends gathered inside.
An elegant space for a musician or connoisseur, the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014 music room, designed by Steve Henry and Michael Booth, is rooted in classic sensibilities but elevated by a touch of confident, modern attitude.
The comfortable family room at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014 opens onto a well-appointed deck featuring a blend of textures, forms and shades of emerald. A large outdoor table is perfectly suited for dining al fresco, and the heated concrete sofa is a cozy retreat year-round in this private paradise, designed by Steven Miller.