San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014

Sunny Merry in "Dad's Honey Hole"

An impressive lineup of interior and landscape design firms transformed the mansion at 3660 Jackson Street into the 2014 San Francisco Decorator Showcase, open to the public through May 26th. Originally built for Rose and Alfred Sutro, located between Maple and Spruce Streets, the home includes a lush backyard that backs up to San Francisco’s Presidio. With more than 30 interior and exterior design spaces and 9,000 square feet, the features are many. Exquisitely detailed woodwork, a gracious entry with a three-story staircase and coffered skylight, a wood-paneled library, a formal wine cellar, open gourmet kitchen with an outdoor terrace, a music room, and several rooms with expansive views of the Presidio and San Francisco Bay.

Since 1977, the annual San Francisco Decorator Showcase has benefited San Francisco University High School‘s financial aid program and raised over $12.5 million to serve hundreds of students. Generosity from event sponsors, participation from hundreds of accomplished designers, the school’s trustees, parents, faculty, alumni, students, friends — and thousands of Showcase visitors each year — make it possible for San Francisco University High School to offer financial aid to its students.

Scenes from San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014

Photos by Drew Altizer Photography

— More Red Carpet Bay Area coverage for San Francisco Decorator Showcase events: 2015 and 2013.