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.
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.
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.
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