The San Francisco Decorator Showcase is widely considered to be the West Coast’s premier design showhouse event, renowned for featuring the work of the region’s top interior and landscape designers. All the funds raised through the Decorator Showcase go directly to support the San Francisco University High School (UHS) Financial Aid Program. The success of this important fundraiser depends upon the generous support of our sponsors, the school’s trustees, parents, faculty, alumni, students, friends, the participation of hundreds of accomplished designers, and the patronage of thousands of Showcase visitors each year.
- More than 550 participating designers throughout the past 37 years
- Approximately 15,000 visitors attend the Decorator Showcase each year
- Over 21% of UHS students receive financial aid
- Over $13 million in student financial aid has been raised since 1977
- Over $705,000 was raised by the 2014 Decorator Showcase
Proceeds to benefit the San Francisco University High School Financial Aid Program (www.sfuhs.org).
The 2014 San Francisco Decorator Showcase closed for the season on Monday, Memorial Day, May 26. Please check back in January 2015 for information about our 2015 Decorator Showcase.
The story of the San Francisco Decorator Showcase began in 1977, when Nan Rosenblatt, a former San Francisco University High School parent and an accomplished interior designer, and Philip Fernandez, the first president of the school’s Parents Association, conceived the first Showcase to raise funds for University’s financial aid program. In its first year, the Showcase netted $26,000.
Showcase has taken place at some of the most prestigious addresses in some of the most breathtaking neighborhoods of San Francisco.
For a list of past Decorator Showcase homes, please click here.