layered, textured, inviting interiors | seen in: Architectural Digest, luxe. interiors + design, CA Home + Design, 7×7, SF Chronicle, Curbed SF, Houzz, Dering Hall
Whether designing a modern retreat or a traditional family home, Beth Daecher creates layered, textured, and inviting interiors. Her integrated approach to design, sourcing, and project management makes her a sought-after designer in the Bay Area for both small and large-scale commissions. With a collaborative nature, she balances form and function, tailoring each project to her client’s individual needs.
Before founding bd home in 2008, Beth spent a decade in the corporate world as a director for high tech firms. She credits the experience with giving her unparalleled business savvy. “My background in the corporate world helps me run an efficient and successful business, while the creative and synergetic parts of design speak to my strengths and my passion.” Beth’s strengths include an engineering degree from Cornell University, giving her a unique understanding of architectural and reconstruction principles. After renovating her family’s San Francisco residence, she found her passion for design.
For Beth’s client’s homes, she mixes existing furnishings with showroom, retail and custom pieces. Hallmarks of bd home design include an affinity for dazzling hues and unusual patterns. When not designing Beth enjoys her own colorful Noe Valley home, which she shares with her husband, two children, and cat.