Interior Design Showcases

Kendall Wilkinson Design has been honored to participate in prestigious showcase events throughout California. Whether vetted by publishers such as the Elle Décor Showhouse or the Luxe Showcase, or for charitable organizations or feature houses such as The San Francisco Decorator Showcase, Kendall Wilkinson design has transformed interiors into charming and professional spaces.

  • Vignettes

    Our Presidio Heights design studio features rotating window displays, which constantly evolve and reflect the changing landscape of the interior design world. From high glam to whimsical, these modern moments capture a different designer’s vision every few months. Stop by for a peek into the world of Kendall Wilkinson Design.

  • Vallejo Street

    European excursions inspire the designs of Kendall Wilkinson from time to time. Such was the case with her design of this grand living room designed for a San Francisco vignette. The custom curved button-tufted sofa reflects the moody gray-blue of the ocean and sky. The hand carved doors and vintage fireplaces of Old World Chalets compliment contemporary statements including a custom infinity mirror, sculptural tables, and a stunning elk skull crafted in bronze.

  • Luxe Showcase

    A request from Luxe Magazine led to this cinematic “night crawlers’” hangout for the Maison de Luxe showcase. Benches suspended in mid air, asymmetrical upholstery and wall-to-wall infinity mirrors define this pergola lounge design. Mercury blue and soft gold pillows soften up the space, as metallic leaf papers provide a modern spin on an Old World technique. Fashion images by the renowned Norwegian photographer Solve Sundsbo are splashed throughout.

  • San Francisco Decorator Showcase

    Designed for the San Francisco Decorator Showcase, this show-stopping project was inspired by a fictional muse described by Wilkinson as “a young, jet-setting woman with a passion for fashion.” The walls were painted a teal blue. For drama, orange accents were added including draperies in a coral toile fabric. Photographs by Mark Shaw of fashion models adorned the space. The focal point of the room was a delicate tree mural painted by a renowned local artist.

  • Elle Decor Showhouse

    Foyers, hallways, and stairwells often guide the aesthetic tone of a design project. Such was the case when Kendall Wilkinson was approached to demonstrate her talents in the Elle Décor Showhouse in San Francisco. Wilkinson chose to layer soft neutral tones on the wall, creating impact with textures and topped with infusions of coral, chartreuse, and dark ocean blue. Sculptural lighting and extraordinary works of art hung throughout the circulation areas of the home.