Take a Tour!

Monday, August 29, 2011 | Category: Decorating, Designers, Magazines

I’m sure many of us have seen the marvelous photos of the 2010 San Francisco Elle Decor Showhouse.  I myself can say that I am eagerly anticipating the 2011 Showhouse!  If you want to get a more interactive experience of the 2010 home, Elle Decor offers a 360 tour that even includes links to how to buy certain pieces featured in the home.  Seems like we can never escape $$$ now can we?  Take a look for yourself…it’s very cool!

Yellow Chairs by Ironies Design

Light Fixture by Urban Electric

Art Panel Wall Treatment by Christopher Jones Marino

Sofa by Restoration Hardware

Hanging Pendant by Circa Lighting

Fabric on Bulletin Board by Sunbrella

Wall Covering by Suzanne Tucker Home

Sconces by Circa Lighting

Floor Tile by Akdo

Overhead Lighting by Circa Lighting

Sconces by Urban Electric

Curtain Fabric by Serena and Lily

Bathroom Light Fixture by Circa Lighting

Tile by Akdo

Bathroom Fixtures by Kohler

Library Accessories by Gumps

Bookcases by Kraftmaid

Picture Lights by Circa Lighting

Wall Tile by Akdo

Sink by Kohler

Cabinets by Kraftmaid

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6 Comments to 'Take a Tour!'

Karen Albert 29 Aug 11 at 9:42 pm

I do love Jay Jeffers work and the art in the master is fabulous!

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Madison West Interiors 29 Aug 11 at 10:38 pm

The 360 views are very cool, thanks for the tip!

Sarah 30 Aug 11 at 6:15 am

Love the lighting in these pics, particularly the pendants in the Palmer Weiss kitchen. Erin Martin’s rooms are awesome!

Masha 30 Aug 11 at 1:00 pm

I am making a kitchen in this very style and I dont understand what oven to choose. Hi-tech wont fit, retro looks overdecorated. Dont know what to do.

DDO 31 Aug 11 at 1:45 pm

I absolutely love how the walls are done in these photos! The one thing I noticed was that if there are solid colored walls, they are accompanied by pictures, mirrors, art etc. While walls that didn’t have these items still had the same feel due to the wall paper choice. They are both appealing to the eye in the same mannor, but are so from different effects. Interesting…. thanks!

Mary-Candles Lovers 31 Aug 11 at 2:20 pm

I can’t wait to see the 2011 showhouse, always great designs!!!

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