Designer Claudia Juestel provides an insider’s look at the 2016 San Francisco Decorator Showcase.
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.
Renovations of the Salon Dore at the Legion of Honor in San Francisco were recently unveiled. And as you see, it’s one of the most beautiful rooms in the world!
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.
The San Francisco Fall Antiques show takes place at the Fort Mason Center’s Festival Pavilion, October 25th – 28th, 2012.
Elisabeth Laurence, creator of the “Lives of Style” television show, celebrated San Francisco’s most stylish men and women at a luncheon hosted by Dr. Alan Malouf.
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.
Ken Fulk recently opened his new retail shop, Peep Show, with the usual pomp and circumstance we all have come to expect of him.
There are certain things one never gets tired of; and being surrounded by some of the most exquisite antiques is one of those things. The San Francisco Fall Antiques Show is the place for just that.
It was a night when San Francisco was dressed to kill. From the portrait room at designer Ken Fulk’s party for Denise Hale…
2006 Washington Street, designed by renowned architect, C.A. Meussdorffer in 1924, is one of the most desired addresses in San Francisco. Here is a look at one apartment, currently on the market.
The team of architect Andrew Skurman and designer Suzanne Tucker worked with the owner to create this stunning residence in one of San Francisco’s most prestigious buildings: 1001 California.
Suzanne Tucker of design firm Tucker & Marks recently launched her beautiful new book, “Rooms to Remember: The Classic Interiors of Suzanne Tucker,” at a glamorous party in New York.
One of the great interior designers in the world is based in San Francisco: Orlando-Diaz Azcuy, who is the subject of a new book by Diane Dorrans Saeks.
Ray Dolby, Dagmar Dolby, Natasha Desterro, Tom Dolby, David Dolby, Francoise Skurman, Andrew Skurman Could…