The 43rd annual San Francisco Decorator Showcase will launch its first-ever virtual event on Saturday, September 5 showcasing the distinguished work of more than 20 top interior and landscape designers who have transformed 27 distinct spaces. Due to public health concerns around COVID-19, in-person tours will, unfortunately, not be permitted. However, this year’s San Francisco Decorator Showcase will include a comprehensive walk-through video tour of the house and landscaped spaces; an interactive 3-D self-guided tour, links to designer interviews and more. The Mediterranean-style house at 22 · 22nd Avenue is located in the charming West Clay Park neighborhood near Seacliff and the Presidio. At a time when so many are spending more time at home, now is the perfect occasion to find inspiration and ideas from the talented 2020 class of Showcase designers.
The annual Showcase is a benefit for the San Francisco University High School Financial Aid Program, which helps to bring a rich diversity of backgrounds and perspectives to the top-rated school and increases financial and cultural capacity to support every qualified student. “We are incredibly thankful to these brilliant designers, generous sponsors and supporters whose contributions help raise money for the UHS financial aid program allowing us to support students from diverse socio-economic and cultural backgrounds to enrich the UHS experience for all students,” said Shaundra Bason, University High School Director of Development.
Tickets for the virtual tour are $25 and will be available online starting September 5 at http://www.DecoratorShowcase.org. Please visit DecoratorShowcase.org for the latest updates.
Originally set to open late-April, work halted on the 6,500-square-foot home in March when the City’s stay-at-home public health order was issued. With the easing of restrictions to allow for construction and other activities, designers returned to safely complete their spaces. Built in 1926, the home at 22 · 22nd Avenue features three levels with 27 design spaces, including five bedrooms, five and a half baths, a media/entertainment space, reading room, wine cellar, and an optimal floor plan for indoor and outdoor living.
The 2020 San Francisco Decorator Showcase interior and landscape designers include:
For the past 43 years, the San Francisco Decorator Showcase has raised over $17 million to benefit the San Francisco University High School Financial Aid Program. This event allows hundreds of deserving Bay Area students access to a world-class, college preparatory education. Visit DecoratorShowcase.org for further details including ticket information.
Follow San Francisco Decorator Showcase on social media – #sfshowcase, @sfshowcase.
43rd Annual San Francisco Decorator Showcase
The San Francisco Decorator Showcase is widely considered to be the West Coast’s premier design showhouse event, renowned for featuring the work of the region’s top interior and landscape designers. All the funds raised through the Decorator Showcase go directly to the San Francisco University High School Financial Aid Program.
Virtual tours launch Saturday, September 5, 2020
Tickets for the virtual tour are $25 and will be available online starting September 5 at http://www.DecoratorShowcase.org.
Corporate sponsorship opportunities, available at DecoratorShowcase.org/Sponsor.
San Francisco Decorator Showcase would like to thank the following sponsors: Diamond Sponsors – BlueStar (Kitchen Appliance Sponsor), Kohler (Exclusive Bathroom Sponsor), The Shade Store (Exclusive Window Treatment Sponsor), Da Vinci Marble, Hakwood; Platinum Sponsors – Purcell Murray; Media Sponsors – ABC7; California Home & Design; Luxe Interiors + Design, Nob Hill Gazette and San Francisco magazine.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION: Please call (415) 447-5830 or visit DecoratorShowcase.org. Follow San Francisco Decorator Showcase on social media – #sfshowcase, @sfshowcase
ABOUT UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL:
UHS is committed to building a community that reflects and embraces the great diversity of the San Francisco Bay Area. Almost one quarter of UHS students receive financial aid. The UHS Financial Aid Program provides over $3,200,000 in grants annually, with average support covering 69% of tuition.