All Is Vanity
2017 SF Decorators Showcase House - Guest Bathroom (2nd Floor)
Designed by Molie Malone Interior Design
A dramatic and grand home full of history deserves a bathroom that is an elegant and inspired sanctuary.
Not one, but two vanities add a bit of contemporary timelessness to this historic home. A dramatic walk-in shower paired with a sculptural bathtub provides the best of both worlds in this decadent bathing sanctuary. Plumbing fixtures in polished nickel are used throughout. The luxurious wallpaper that lines all four walls recalls the days of ancient Greek baths. Its bold and esoteric patterns capture the senses, while the brilliant high gloss ceiling in a custom orange color warms the space and bounces light throughout the room.
Old world glamour combined with modern fixtures and furnishings creates just enough balance and tension that its residents may never want to leave…
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Resources and Vendors
- Kohler - All plumbing fixtures and vanities
- Jonathan Adler - Mirrors
- Regina Andrews - Sconces
- Anthem - Chandelier and accessories
- Dian Jones - Wallpaper Installation
- Osborne & Little - Designers Guild Drapery Fabric
- Cambria - Countertops and Slab
- Artistic Tile - Floor and Shower Tile
- DeSousa Hughes - Voutsa Grecian Urn Wallpaper
- C2 Paints - Custom Orange Paint
- Palececk - Side tables and chair
- Kravet - Drapery Hardware
- Madina Aryeh Custom Sewing - Drapery & Installation
Photography Credits - Showcase Room - Christopher Stark Photography
Designer’s Portrait - Daryn LaBier Photography
Digital Media + Print Collateral
Robert Whitworth Creative
About Molie Malone
Born and raised in the Napa Valley, Molie Malone found her way to the design world through an early love of collecting antiques. In 2001, Molie opened an antique business where travelling and buying rare antiques greatly expanded her knowledge of fine furnishings and honed her eye for exceptional design. When customers began asking for assistance with their interior design projects, she transformed her passion for home furnishings into her own design studio, Molie Malone Interior Design.
With work often described as “livable luxury”, Molie creates spaces that are both elegant and easy to live in. A clear and pragmatic approach to design enables her to deliver exceptional results on a wide range of projects, both residential and commercial. With a fundamental belief the best designs come from close collaboration, her firm delivers highly personalized living spaces that clients are proud to call home.
Molie lives in Marin County, California with her family in a 100 year-old home. When not working, she can be found running around the hills of Marin, in her garden, or redecorating her own house (of course).
The 2017 Decorator Showcase house is located at 2698 Pacific Avenue and is an exquisite ‘classical revival’ mansion - one of the finest in San Francisco. The 11,000 sq ft residence was designed in 1904 by acclaimed architects Newsom and Newsom and features grand entertaining rooms with 12-foot ceilings and stunning period details. The dramatic entry foyer, formal library, and majestic living and dining rooms are among the most sumptuous rooms in the city.
This year marks the 40 year anniversary of the San Francisco Decorator Showcase and to date, this annual event has raised over $15 million to benefit the San Francisco University High School financial aid program, allowing hundreds of deserving Bay Area students access to a world-class college preparatory education.
The Decorator Showcase house is open to the public on Tuesdays through Sundays. (Closed Mondays, except for Memorial Day). Tickets are $40 general admission, $35 for seniors and students. For more information, visit www.decoratorshowcase.org