This year’s San Francisco Fall Antiques Show features an impressive roster of top interior designers that form its exclusive Designer
Circle and are dedicated to supporting the show and its philanthropy. Among those included are The Wiseman Group, BAMO, Suzanne Rheinstein, Tucker & Marks and Catherine and Justine Macfee of Catherine Macfee Interior Design. Scroll down to see some of the exquisite living rooms created by these designers.
Featuring a real wine cave, this Napa Valley home was designed by The Wiseman Group. The home’s neutral palette and mostly mid-century furnishings create a strong, yet subtle background that embrace the idyllic setting and allow statement-making pieces to shine.
This contemporary home in Healdsburg, CA designed by BAMO is classic California with a warm, handsome look that features sunlight as a design element unto itself. The furniture and accessories were collected from across the globe, resulting in a sophisticated home that doesn't take itself too seriously.
This Sun Valley house was designed by Suzanne Rheinstein for an active, modern family, and the comfortable style incorporates beautiful, natural materials and handmade, one-of-a-kind pieces. The idea was to create a place that is rustic, but not in the traditional Adirondack or Western style, a house of the mountains but with a contemporary sensibility.
For the 2012 Marin Designers Showhouse, interior designer Suzanne Tucker of design firm Tucker & Marks filled the large-scale living room with modern art and antique furnishings. The play of textures includes a 1940s Swedish rug, a custom bronze coffee table base, Venetian velvet pillows, and nineteenth-century campaign stools. Above the mid-century brass console is Nathan Oliveira’s self-portrait, Bowler.
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