This year’s 2018 San Francisco Decorator Showcase featured minimalist designs, lots of whites, dark moody colors, pinks, metallics, and interesting wall coverings such as fringe, that provided lots of texture and visual appeal. The Showcase is located in the Marina Green this year, not far from Pacific Heights and Telegraph Hill where previous showcases took place. The 1930’s Spanish-Mediterranean home built by architect George McCrea, features six beds, five and a half baths, and about 4,800 square feet. For the first time in 41 years, the showcase featured a large-scale outdoor temporary art installation that explores color to challenge the viewer’s visual perception. Titled “Eye’s on Hue”, Artist AJ Oishi in collaboration with Simon Breitbard Fine Arts, carefully chose each hue and position within the multi colored array of her classic bullseye design. Oishi’s art will likely be the most popular instagrammable moment for the SF Decorator Showcase! 28 Bay Area interior designers are given a room where their creative magic is expressed and displayed for the public to raise money benefiting the financial aid program for San Francisco University High School students.