San Francisco Decorator Showcase
Benefitting San Francisco University High School
The San Francisco Decorator Showcase continues to raise the bar for its annual public display, which has become the Bay Area interior design industry’s premier happening. Set to open later this year, the 2020 edition will take over a 6,500-square-foot Mediterranean-style estate in the city’s West Clay Park neighborhood. The graceful home, built by architect William H. Toepke in 1926, features 27 design spaces, which leading firms will reimagine for public tours. Like its 42 preceding iterations, the event raises funds to support San Francisco University High School’s financial aid program. The show’s operations director, Jenny Bittner Borden, says, “Decorator Showcase gives talented designers free rein while enabling better futures for local students.”
"We’re honored to galvanize San Francisco’s supportive design community for this extraordinary cause."