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The SF Decorator Showcase Shacks Up in a 1916 Presidio Heights Manor

The San Francisco Decorator Showcase has been inspiring design enthusiasts since 1977, when Nan Rosenblatt and Philip Fernandez first conceived of the event to raise funds for San Francisco University High School. This year, the showcase is unrolling rugs and hanging drapes in a 1916 Presidio Heights manor designed by famed Bay Area architect Julia Morgan.

7 Reasons to Visit the SF Decorator Showcase

The 2011 San Francisco Decorator Showcase proves that you can squeeze a lot of style into a 6,244-square-foot mansion. There are 31 designers who worked on the house at 2950 Vallejo St., and the ideas and products they display provide many compelling reasons to visit the mansion. Here are just seven...

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