What to See SF Design Week 2017: 4 Interior Design Events Not to Miss

From tech-savvy Silicon Valley right up to the city of San Francisco, the SF Design Week is back for its 10th year beginning June 14th. As they celebrate their decade anniversary, SF Design Week brings together over 60 studio tours and 200 exciting events to showcase the Bay Area’s unique talents and emerging designers. There’s no shortage of fanfare with their theme for 2017, Question Everything, representing the region’s ever evolving identity.

With so much to see, we came up with a list of interior design events you shouldn’t miss out on. Keep your eyes peeled for these events that will surely inspire both designers and home owners alike.


Be Fearless: Art in Interior Design

Minted Art collaborates with leading luxury textile brand Kneedler | Fauchere to show us what it means to combine art with pattern, through a curated installation of elegant fabrics. They’ll be hosting a happy hour beginning at 4pm on June 15th at the San Francisco Design Center as they tell you about their programs. You might even get a chance to bring home some of the art on display, so we don’t suggest skipping this one. Find out more here.


Interior Design Trends

Almost halfway through the year, we are excited to see how interior design trends will play out in the upcoming months. Luckily for us, founder of award-wining interior design firm Stephanie Marsh Fillbrandt joins Jennifer Tulley of Jennifer Tully Architects to give us the 411 on emerging design trends as well as share their most recent projects and collaborations. Learn more about the event here.


Innovative Minds Explore Interior Design

Hosted by UC Berkeley Extension, Catherine Kwong, Gary Hutton, Jay Jeffers and Eche Martinez form a panel to share their creative journeys and recent portfolios with the audience. With the moderation of design editor and author Dianne Dorrans Saeks, designers and design enthusiasts will be able to discuss ideas and advice with four of California’s top interior designers. Book your tickets here.


Technology and the Design Dialog

Berkley-based startup Ponga leads a dynamic workshop to discuss how technology can be effectively used for design collaborations between designers and home owners. Pinterest-lovers will enjoy learning about their brand new app that allows for easy importing of pins and comments that turns the design process into a breeze. Find out more here.

Are you planning to head over to the San Francisco Design Week? Let us know in the comments below. To find out more about the event, head on over to San Francisco Design Week website.

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