San Francisco Decorator's Showcase

The annual SF Decorator’s Showcase is on display at 3660 Jackson Street in San Francisco — a 6-bed, 6.5-bath, 8,820-square foot home that has been transformed by a group of talented designers, making traveling through each room a completely unique experience. And although the event takes place across the bridge, there are a number of Marin-based designers participating this year.

Alexandra Ray of Five Senses Art Consultancy presents a bronze sculpture installation by artist Martin Bialas on the second floor of the Pacific Heights home.

Jane Richardson Mack and John Romaidis have created what they call "The Modern Romantic’s Lair & Vestibule," inspired by the Ballet Russe, in space 10 of the abode.

JoAnn Hartley has taken over the “Lounge”, with Lisa Bakamis heading up the “Soaking Lounge,” which boasts an eye-catching display of butterfly wallpaper.

Laura Larkin converts a laundry room into a posh “Woman’s Office,” complete with deep turquoise accents and on-trend accessories.

Shelley Cahan‘s “Little Boy Blu” in space 20 is an incredibly stylish, nautical-themed child’s bedroom, ideal for the posh mini-man in your life.

Stephanie Breitbard showcases “Constellation of Color” — a 300-part installation by artist Klari Reis, housed in the stairwell.

Davis Dalbok and Brandon Pruette of Living Green take to the grounds to show off “50 Shades of Green,” a play on color in the dwelling’s predominantly green garden.


Alexandra Ray                                         Lisa Bakamis                                               Davis Dalbok


Laura Larkin                                         Stephanie Breitbard