Tour the 2018 San Francisco Decorator ShowcaseArchitectural DigestApril 27, 2018, 12:44 PMSan Francisco’s premier design event makes the most of its bayside locationFaçade, Simon Breitbard Fine ArtsYou can’t miss it, even if you try. The home’s façade was designed by Simon Breitbard Fine Arts resident artist (pun intended) AJ Oishi. In essence a large-scale mural painting spread across the house, the work provokes both contemplation and conversation with its three oversize swirling bullseyes.Grand Entry Hall, Molie Malone Interior DesignThe entry was “inspired by the glint of water that can almost be touched,” explains Malone. A gilded paper with an amazing cloud effect by de Gournay almost needs no help from the HEWN + Fuse Lighting chandelier to illuminate the spiral staircase.Dining Room, Bjørn DesignThe beauty and tranquility of the Marin Headlands, as seen through the room’s picture window, informed David Bjørngaard’s design. A modern BDDW walnut dining table is surrounded by vintage Axel Einar Hjorth Lovo Dining Chairs from Almond & Co. A custom rug by Kyle Bunting lays beneath.Family Room: Ian Stallings“This house inspired me to think of 1930s Screwball Romanic Comedies,” said Stallings. Nothing short of Technicolor, the space is alive with vibrancy. It’s hard to imagine, but the Paul Smith rug from the Rug Company actually anchors the space. A playful oil painting by Peter Opheim is the room’s crown jewel, resting above furnishings from Coup d’Etat.Kitchen and Breakfast Nook, Ian StallingsStallings created a veritable chef's paradise in the kitchen with Bluestar appliances, a Kohler sink, and Da Vinci Marble countertops and backsplash. Deep-blue lacquered paint gives a lush cinematic feel to the culinary workspace. The devil is in the details with kitchen cabinet hardware from Design Theory—a superb touch.Master Bedroom, Jeff SchlarbDubbed “Ten Thousand Dreams” by Schlarb, the bedtime retreat includes a custom bed frame and ottoman from Cypress Furniture and bed linens from Kearsley Home. The deep-blue fringe wallpaper was designed by Tracy Kendall for HEWN. A chandelier by Studio Bel Vetro holds court over dreamy interiors.Master Bathroom, A N D Design by Adele LapointeLapointe fell in love with Fireclay’s matte-finish Hunter Green subway tiles that line the walls. Organically shaped plant hangers by Atelier Haussmann and plant stands from Norm Architects help give the space a tranquil feel, while large oval mirrors from Creative Dane make the room seem larger than life and Kohler fixtures and fittings add a gilded touch.Office Lounge: Willem Racké Studio and Susan Lind ChastainRacké and Chastain created a tangerine-colored escape, complete with a 1950s settee in fabric from Holland & Sherry. Geometric wall treatments by Racké offer a feeling of infinity. Ombré curtains of cream and orange by Rosemary Hallgarten frame an interior courtyard-facing window. A vintage rug from Tony Kitz lays claim to the floor.Nursery, Dina Bandman InteriorsIn the nursery, a continuous and well-manicured lemon orchard comes to life in hand-painted, sequin-embellished wallpaper by de Gournay—a chic and gender-neutral wall option. A lattice-work ceiling and custom Coleen & Company chandelier add to the lush garden motif, which is offset with a sleek Plexi-Craft custom lucite four-poster crib.Bathroom, Beth Daecher + bd homeDaecher’s “seascape” powder room offers seaside eloquence with wall coverings of braid and vinyl by Phillip Jeffries for De Sousa Hughes. Porthole mirrors remind you that San Francisco Bay is just outside the home’s front door and Studio Bel Vetro buoy pendant lights help reinforce the notion. The decorative faux malachite surfboard by Jeff Trotter Design is guaranteed to be on everybody’s wish list.Family Room, Coddington DesignIt would be easy to “rosé the day away” in this lounge inspired by the pink French wine. A geometric marble-and-walnut cocktail table from Noble Goods centers the room, while a midcentury-style gondola sofa by Adrian Pearsall rests nearby. Mix in one 1950s swivel chair from Milo Baughman and a delightfully abstract Fiona Curran “Zap” rug from The Rug Company for the perfect blend.Study, Cynthia Spence DesignSpence and Elan Evans created a “Bohemian Chic” spot for ultimate relaxation. Custom surface finishes by Evans extend from the walls and ceiling to the room’s cabinetry. Kilim rugs from the Rug Company—set one atop another—create a casual vibe. A curvaceous “Regatta Sectional” by Ted Boerner for HEWN offers an inviting spot to sit and reflect.Dressing Room, Gretchen Murdock, Modtage DesignInspired by the past and filled with well-curated vintage treasures, this “Modern Styling Room” almost turns the closet into an exhibition. The space is simple and clean, making each object within equally precious—including accessories from Heath Ceramics and jewelry and scarves from Cecily Chudacoff Couture. A “Muuto” mirror from jak-w helps reflect light in the tight retreat.Guest Room, Kari McIntosh DesignMcIntosh’s “Lararia Guest Refuge” was inspired by the designer’s recent travels. Neutral walls and linens juxtaposed with a “Pompeian” red ceiling is an homage to designs and architecture of the ancient Roman empire. Ceramic serpents from San Francisco artist Linda Fahey slither peacefully above the bed, which is flanked by charred wood nightstands by Moran Woodworked Furniture. Drapery and headboard fabrics by Loro Piana add an ultra-luxurious touch.Wine Cave, Lane McNab InteriorsWhat was once a pass-through to a back garden has been transformed into a wine tasting grotto. A dreamy wallpaper from Murals Wallpaper and swooping pendant lights from FLOS offer calm in the small space. An art installation of handmade tiles by Petaluma-based Forrest Lesch-Middelton is prominently featured.