San Francisco interior designer Claudia Juestel gives us an in-depth look at the 2014 San Francisco Fall Antiques Show, which had a gold rush theme this year.
The opening gala of the San Francisco Fall Antiques Show at Fort Mason is one of our favorite social events of fall. Spectacular art and furnishings and an array of memorable food by McCalls draw an impressive crowd of San Franciscoâ€™s movers and shakers, creative talents and fashionistas each time.
The 2012 Fall Antiques Show in San Francisco was an elegant gala, with exquisite antiques and art, and wonderful learning opportunities for anyone who appreciates the finest, reports Claudia Juestel.
For its 35th anniversary the San Francisco Decorator Showcase returned to the Classic Revival mansion on 2020 Jackson Street, which had also been the home of the 1991 showcase. The honey-colored brick structure, designed in 1902 by German-born architect Julius E. Krafft, is being offered for $17.5 million (as of June 2012.) Adeeni Design Group's Claudia Juestel gives us a tour.
The San Francisco Fall Antiques Show celebrated its 30th annual event with a most appropriate theme "Hidden Treasures" inspired by the traditional 30th anniversary gift, the pearl.
Only in its forth year, SF20/21, held at the Festival Pavilion at Fort Mason, has had a big impact on the modern design scene, and it has continued to grow its repertoire. Claudia Juestel attended the recent 2011 show, and reported back on what she found.