Guest Quarters at Mongibello
When we got to the Second Level of the San Francisco Decorator Showcase and the first Bedroom we saw took our breath away. Romantic and breezy, we felt like we had been transported to a coastal village on the Mediterranean. French, Moroccan, Greek....it seemed to blend all together in such a fresh minimalist way.
We can all thank Will Wick of Wick Design for taking us all away. I loved the fresh simple bedding against the beautiful custom designed metal canopy bed with the exotic lantern above.
The limed oak floors were laid over the existing floors in the house.... just a little Show House legerdemain....creating a beachy casual feel. A fantastic floating console with a grouping of exotic photos and sketches gave a sense of artistic adventure.
An artist's studio at the beach... a sort of ode to Picasso's On the Beach, perhaps.
I could live here.....yes I could.
Just swinging in that chair looking at the water in that light wood frame...
Will Wick and designers
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Refreshed and renewed, we wandered on to find this bedroom....
Entitled "Elemental Luxe" by designers Marion Philpotts-Miller and Jonathan Staub, this room lives up to it's name. Organic and textured meets lacquered and edgy in this fun bedroom.
I loved the bright turquoise daybed from Fishcake against the soothing neutral backgound palette. Very cool sconce from School House Electric!
We loved the beautiful white fretwork screen from CS Wo and Sons, and the Lotus Chair and Ottoman from Fong Brothers.
Jonathan Staub was on hand to chat and we had fun talking about all of the details like the wallcovering from Nobilis (very fun website BTW!) and how it looked so much like wood paneling, and the faint striping of the Zebra skin rug from William Sonoma.
Loved it all!
The Master Bedroom Suite was calling our names, so off we went in search. Designed by husband and wife duo, Shelby De Quesada of Quesada Interiors and Jorge de Quesada of De Quesada Architects. This space was completely redesigned with an empasis on functionality. New custom closets were installed, and a New Master Bath designed. Opeinings to the room were also changed for better flow.
And then Shelby worked her magic with beautiful Venetian plaster and Venetian mirrors, charming sconces and whimsical iron console enhanced with air plants.
This Master Suite was soothing and pretty, classic and sumptuous.