Do you have the right frame and the wrong fabric? During Robert Allen’s Sample Sale save 20% on any Robert Allen or Beacon Hill Fabric when reupholstering a floor sample from our showroom. Up to 80% off Retail. Now through December 30th!
Fall Art & Antiques Show
Preview Gala, October 26
October 27 – 30
The 2016 Fall Art & Antiques Show presents this year’s theme as Animalia: Animal Imagery in Art & Antiques. The exhibition explores a fascination with the beauty and mystery of the animal kingdom, as well as its symbolism throughout the ages. The Latin word Animalis literally means “having soul,” and at the heart of all art, antiques and decorative objects is a boundless, collective soul—that of the artist, the collector, the observer and the history of the piece. We asked the SFDC showrooms for some of their best versions of “Animalia” and here is what De Sousa Hughes, Donghia, Helga Horner, and Fabricut came up with:
De Sousa Hughes: Chelsea Editions fd712 Dogs Chasing Butterflies
Donghia: Housepets_5850_04 Henry
Fabricut: 03373 – Grey
Wednesday, October 12, 6:00 – 9:00 PM
The NWBLK at 1999 Bryant Street
Attend this spectacular party, showcase and silent auction of objects of design desire and must-have experiences in a vibrant, urban setting to benefit DIFFA and UCSF Positive Health Program at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center.
Featuring: Arterra Landscape Architects, Babette, BCJ with One Workplace, Niteo Lighting and OHIO Design, Martha Angus, Elegant Artifacts, Fossil Faux Studios, Gensler, Emily Hagopian, Thomas Heinser, Herman Miller, Gary Hutton, JCK&D, Erin McGuiness, MRCW Design Build, Heather Palmer, Marmol Radziner, Puccini Group + Amos Goldbaum, PurpleMaroon, Jessica Anne Schwartz, Julia Turner, Katherine Warinner, and Sherry Williamson.
Early bird discount tickets available through Sept 28.
Tickets and donations >>
Attire: Business fabulous or creative sparkle.
101 Henry Adams StreetSeptember 20, 2016
The Galleria has welcomed seven new showrooms in the past year. On September 20, come celebrate the relocations of Arc-Com Fabrics, Bausman & Company, DWM | Maloos, GaulSearson LTD, Khrome Studios, Michael Merrill Design Studio, and STG Graphic Communications. Be sure to visit your favorite third floor showrooms, too — B. Mori, Edelman Leather, Kevin Barry Fine Art, Palecek, Quadrille, Tansu Design, and Witford. View updated floorplan >>
Join us for nine exciting events on the third floor! View full schedule of events >>
SFDC Galleria, #303
Alex Conroy Textiles ~ totally refreshing, boasting a wide variety of designs with a color palette to meet many moods. Coordinated. Designs work with one another. Be as bold as your project will allow. Or as quiet as your project requires. Colorful. Two Grounds: Oyster and natural; Two color ranges: Pastels and Bright. Colors are absolutely today!
Current. Creative. Charming. Chic. Custom too!
See the fabrics online at www.alexconroytextiles.com and experience them in the showroom.
Shears & Window
SFDC Galleria, #256
Masterfully understated and refined, these collected works of furniture, lighting and textiles, draw from years of design know how, steeped in a tradition of “made to measure” craftsmanship. Each piece is created to stand on its own merit, while seamlessly blending with a wide range of interior design styles. Be our guest, and view this collection now in the Shears & Window showroom.
SFDC Showplace, 490
Josephine Homes’ Relocation Sale is going on NOW through July 15th! Be the first to take advantage of extraordinary savings available for immediate delivery.
Josephine Homes is the producer of distinctive and inspiring high-end luxury home furnishing collections. Every product is hand-made in Italy, delivering an impressive masterpiece to your living space. The possibilities are endless with Josephine Homes’ full customization and comprehensive interior design service, JH Design360. Josephine Homes prides themselves on their attention to detail in order to produce a unique sense of harmony and elegance. Their craftsmanship is superb—from inlays to woodcarvings, our intricate works of art are also exceptionally purposeful. Josephine Homes offers pieces that are truly Fit for a King.
The company demonstrates its commitment to the high-end market by masterfully orchestrating a well-rounded approach to exceptional product offerings, timely fulfillment, and quality customer care.
Contact: (415) 252-0959
Jean-Louis Deniot’s keen architectural eye and timeless spirit inform his debut collection for Baker Furniture. Inspired by 20th-Century vintage furnishings, and with a nod to the grand presence of aristocratic décor, Deniot curates with his signature elegant balance and flirtatious wit. At once serene and sexy, casual yet refined, these pieces warm with antique golds, soften with muted grays, and awake in touches of ivory and white. The collection is eminently versatile, beautifully layered and so very livable.
“Baker and I are an absolute perfect match. I could not dream of a better collaboration.”
Shears & Window
Sandra Jordan Prima Alpaca is pleased to launch a new collection concept called Casa de Campo, which means “Country House” in Spanish. Capturing the romance of the Peruvian highlands and elegance of rural living, Casa de Campo offers designers unparalleled options for new textures, nuances and hues in sumptuous Prima Alpaca. With their quiet sophistication and contemporary design sensibility, the fabrics can be dressed up or down and fit easily into today’s informal yet luxurious lifestyles. This expansive collection includes six intriguing textures that range from soft, deep-piled weaves to tailored looks. The line also features five light-as-air patterned sheers, a beautiful jacquard throw in French Vanilla Prima Alpaca and silk as well as an extension of plush Prima Alpaca Suri in coordinating colorways.
For inspiration for her new collection, designer and company founder Sandra Jordan turned to fond memories of her childhood in Peru. “In the summer, friends often visited a ‘Casa de Campo,’” Sandra says. “It brings to mind getting together in a relaxed environment with laughter, long walks in the country and lazy lunches with family.” Translating this low-key elegance into her new designs, Sandra devised a natural palette of six new color ways that includes hues from the “caminos”—or “roads”— of the Andes: pale grey, reddish browns and warm earth tones. The simple yet stunning textiles, which employ a number of intriguing blends including Peruvian pima cotton, considered the world’s finest, and Merino wool, reflect the delight-filled atmosphere of time spent with friends and family. Casa de Campo expands Sandra Jordan Prima Alpaca already wide palette of designer offerings. “The creation of fine alpaca textiles in Peru was becoming a lost art,” Sandra says. “With the debut of Casa de Campo, we are paying homage to this fine tradition while at the same time addressing the needs of today’s luxury interiors.”