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- The dining room, by George Brazil and Cecilia Sagrera-Hill of SagreraBrazil Design kept the original wallpaper. Photos by Patricia Chang.
- Incredible kitchen by by Steven Miller Design Studio, with a custom light fixture by Christopher Boots.
- A lounge area that flows from the kitchen
- The living room was decorated by Heather Hilliard and Fleur Keyes of Heather Hilliard Design.
- Jonathan Rachman of Jonathan Rachman Design were inspired by inspired by fashion icon Kate Moss and the song "Royals" by Lorde for the entry hall and main stairway designs.
The 2014 Decorator Showcase is the 37th year that San Francisco designers and architects have come together to transform one of the city's most amazing homes into an interior masterpiece. This year, it's happening at 3660 Jackson Street in Presidio Heights, which was originally built in 1907 for Rose and Alfred Sutro, and sold last year for $18 million. Twenty-six interior and landscape firms came together to trick out the 9,000-square-foot mansion with jaw-dropping decor.
Check out the full gallery of 93-photo gallery over at Curbed—it's so extensive you may no longer feel the need to make the trek to Presidio Heights. But if you'd like to see it in person (we recommend it), tickets are $35 at the door or at Eventbrite.
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