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  • Versailles Living at a Discount | SFLUXE

    Versailles Living at a Discount

    Now that it’s been reduced by $3.3 million, the SFluxe team is thinking about writing an offer on 3800 Washington. We so loved Sofia Coppola’s “Marie Antoinette” that we now find this property – directly inspired by the Queen’s Petit Trianon at Versailles – absolutely irresistible (and at $19.5 million, […] More

  • Priceless | SFLUXE

    Priceless

    How much would you pay for 2901 Broadway? Speculation has been rampant since no listing price has been divulged to the public. The Marin Independent Journal suggests it could go for around $75 million! If it sells at that price, it would be the most expensive home ever sold in […] More

  • The $9 Million Pigeon House Mystery | SFLUXE

    The $9 Million Pigeon House Mystery

    We were about to remark that now is the perfect time for Francophiles to go shopping for Bay Area real estate, due to the fact there are two homes for sale that are modelled on 18th century French architecture. Yet in doing so, we became perplexed about something, and hope […] More

  • Care to Take a Seat? | SFLUXE 1

    Care to Take a Seat?

    Which San Francisco art patron has his eye on this fantastic aluminum lounge by Marc Newsom? (No relation to the Gavin.) Featured in the upcoming Sotheby’s auction “Important 20th Century Design,” the handmade fiberglass and aluminum chair from 1986 is expected to go for at least $800,000. And it’s not […] More

  • Paris in September | SFLUXE 1

    Paris in September

    The SFluxe travel agent is standing by. Paris. September. 2006. Just give us the date, and we’re off! For it is sometime in September 2006 that the Jolie-Pitts — yes, the one and only Jolie-Pitts — will be launching their new line of housewares. We’ve learned that the pair are […] More

  • Just a Few Days Left! | SFLUXE 1

    Just a Few Days Left!

    The SFMOMA Art Auction, 2006, is coming in just a few days! (Shown above: Matthew Barney’s “De Lama Lamina: O Sete de Ogum,” 2004. Estimated price: $40,000 – $60,000. Shown below: Tamara de Lempicka’s “Portrait de Jacques Rosselli II,” 1954. Estimated price: $34,000 – $45,000.) Earlier: Art Auction, 2006 [sfluxe.net] More

  • Charles, 9th Earl of Spencer | SFLUXE 1

    Charles, 9th Earl of Spencer

    If you missed Charles “the ex” when he stopped into town a few months ago, now is your chance to finally hob with some royal nob (well, sorta royal.) Charles “the brother” will be in Menlo Park on May 25th from 6 – 8 pm. He’s doing some promotional work […] More

  • The Glass Kitchen | SFLUXE

    The Glass Kitchen

    Among the incredibly sleek-and-chic designs that Ennio Arosio has done for Carlo Santambrogio in Italy is the Simplicity kitchen. It’s something we have never seen before: a kitchen made entirely of glass. The slabs are cut-to-measure from the same crystal clear glass that was used for the pyramid at the […] More

  • Pretty Stuff to See, Pacific Heights | SFLUXE 2

    Pretty Stuff to See, Pacific Heights

    You only have until May 29th, 2006, to enjoy this year’s “San Francisco Decorator Showcase,” which is being held this time around at 3701 Washington Street. The gorgeous 8,700 square foot Beax-Arts mansion features rooms by some of the Bay Area’s best designers. Kathryn Loosli Pritchett made a recent visit […] More

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