posted by: Circa Lighting @ 1:23:45 PM Wednesday, August 18, 2010
San Francisco designer Nancy Eslick chose the Frank Flush Mount in White in her designated bathroom space
This year's San Francisco Designer Showcase is a private residence in Pacific Heights originally designed by architect Albert Farr in the 1920s. The designers who participated in this year's showcase brought a fresh face to the rooms inside this nearly one-hundred year old home. Each designer was given free license to inject their own personal style, like this inviting bathroom (above) designed by Nancy Eslick. The Frank Flush Mount is the perfect ceiling fixture to match the character of the space.
The Narcissus Powder Room designed by Matthew MacCaul Turner features the Boston Head Light Wall Sconce.
In the Narcissus Powder Room, designer Matthew MacCaul Turner included the warm character of the Boston Head Light Wall Sconce in Hand-Rubbed Antique Brass to complement the faux bois walls.
Designer Benjamin Dhong covered an Arne Jacobsen "egg chair" in a beautiful cut velvet.
Last and far far from least - one of our favorite San Francisco designers, Benjamin Dhong created a beautiful transformation in the attic reminiscent of a chic Parisian interior.
2009 San Francisco Designer Showcase bath designed by Benjamin Dhong
We couldn't resist including this image from last year's Designer Showcase where Benjamin selected the popular Vendome Sconce in Polished Silver.