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Sneak Peek of the "Sartorially-Inspired" Office at the 35th Annual Decorator Showcase

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The 35th annual Decorator Showcase is almost ready for its closeup. This year's location is the 11,500 square foot Hellman Mansion in Pacific Heights, which was built by Julius Krafft in 1902. It's currently sitting very pretty and very large on the market with an asking price of $17,500,000. While the showcase doesn't officially open its doors to the public until April 28 (through May 28), we were lucky enough to be treated to a sneak peek of interior design firm Catherine Kwong Design's design for the "sartorially-inspired" office. "I've always been inspired by fashion," says Catherine Kwong, the firm's principal designer. "And right now, San Francisco is full of incredible fashion bloggers who have a unique perspective on the latest trends. With this type of writer in mind, I set out to create a dream office -- complete with pinup boards for tear sheets and look books, and, of course, a custom closet to display a truly inspirational wardrobe."
· Catherine Kwong Design [website]
· Perfect For The Whole (Royal) Family, Just $2.5M Cheaper [Curbed SF]
· San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2012 [website]

Hellman Mansion

2020 Jackson Street, San Francisco, CA