FR Favorites: The 2018 San Francisco Decorator Showcase


We've always been fans of the creativity and collaboration that goes into the San Francisco Decorator Showcasewe've even participated in it—so we couldn't pass up a trip to this year's house to check it out. After a full tour to see all of the amazing work done by this year's designers, we're sharing a few of our favorite spaces.


A Room of Her Own by September Studio


Photography by Suzanna Scott

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Isn't this space dreamy? Designed by Emily's cousin Heather Deragon of September Studio, the space—A Room of Her Own—is inspired by the few moments that a woman has each day to slow down and embrace quietude. We love the neutral tones, light and airy feel, and perfect simplicity.


A Room for Living & The Terrace by Mead Quin Design

Photos via Mead Quin Design

Photography by Suzanna Scott


We never shy away from clean and simple, and this living space designed by Mead Quin Design is just that. Fit with a picturesque view of the bay, A Room For Living, is a perfectly serene space to enjoy a little R&R after a long week. 


Right off of the living room is the outdoor Terrace, also designed by Mead Quin. A prime spot to get some fresh air and soak up the sun, the terrace is the ideal indoor-outdoor living situation —especially for sunny days in the Bay. 


The Lemon Drop Nursery By Dina Bandman Interiors

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Photography by Christopher Stark

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Could this sweet nursery designed by Dina Bandman Interiors get any more fun or playful? The custom designed lemon tree de Gournay wallpaper is to die for, and according to Dina, is where the entire design for the gender neutral nursery stemmed from. While we usually abide by a "less is more" state of mind when it comes to design, Dina proves that there's nothing wrong with a little bit of playful opulence and whimsy, especially for a nursery. 

We think it's safe to say that the 2018 San Francisco Decorator Showcase was a huge success, and we can't wait to see what next year's Showcase has in store!