As promised, I am sharing the home tour I recently I attended by The Junior League of San Francisco (JLSF), a non-profit organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential women, and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteer.
This year marked JLSF’s 17th Annual Home Tour with a theme called “Modernism Through The Ages.” The idea was inspired by the classic San Francisco architecture with modern and contemporary design. The tour featured 5 spectacular private homes in the Sea Cliff area, one of San Francisco’s most expensive neighborhood known for its large houses and impressive views of the Pacific Ocean and the Golden Gate Bridge.
Melissa and I had a VIP ticket where we were chauffeured from house to house with Mercedes Benz, enjoyed a delightful luncheon catered by La Boulange, sipped on mimosas and freshly baked sweets all while admiring the beauty of San Francisco Bay in an exclusive home high up on the cliff. I’m not gonna lie, it was a very dreamy afternoon!
Unfortunately I was not allow to take photograph inside the private homes, but luckily I will be able to share images from the photographer who shot the home tour.
This week I will be spotlighting two amazing Bay Area interior designers with some fun Q&A and will also show you a bit about the Dwell Design Lab. It is the first year JLSF partnered with Dwell Magazine, and it was a special collaboration highlighting renowned San Francisco designers and their work. This particular segment was held in the Millennium Tower penthouse, a luxury high-rise condominium situated on the 58th floor in the Downtown district. Talk about another spectacular view of the bay!
Other than the ridiculous shoe covers I had to put on for every home I entered, which I knew it was unavoidable, I’d say I had a quite an amazing time! Stay tuned for more on the tour this week!
(All images via Shop Sweet Things)