Bathed in hues of saffron, terracotta and ocher, this European-style residence has strong Mediterranean influences.
The design focuses on the enjoyment of the finer things in life and includes a chef inspired kitchen, relaxing spa, media room, and a sumptuous bedroom.
This 16th century townhouse in the Loire Valley of France was designed to serve as a place to rest and nourish
the creative mind of the decorator abroad. The country retreat features California casual treatment of classic French style.
Located in San Francisco's Presidio Heights, this Edwardian style residence was designed to reflect the client's personal
fashion and creative styles. By combining bold patterns and fresh colors with an eclectic mix of furniture, Stephen Shubel was able to create a runway ready interior.
Just steps from the Place des Vosges, this Marais district pied-á-terre is over 400 years old. It has been transformed into a luxurious warehouse perfect for travel decompression and antique
storage. The atelier functions as a design studio, living room, dining room, and bedroom. The tiny 400-square-foot space also functions as a showroom for flea market treasures coming and going
with every sale.
Originally built in 1910, this former Russian consulate is now an elegant San Francisco family residence. Stephen Shubel worked closely with the architect and client to breath new life into the
Neoclassical Revival beauty. The home includes seven bedrooms, eleven bathrooms, three dining rooms, a wine cellar, media room, full size indoor basketball court, and a top floor penthouse suite.
The 1960's beach bungalow was designed as a stylish guesthouse for the young at heart. By working with the existing architecture and blending modern furniture with nautical nuances,
Stephen Shubel was able to create a space any coastal vacationer would be happy to call home.
The shingle exterior of this Sausalito home has all of the east coast charm of the Hampton's, but the fresh use of bright colors and a laid-back approach to
casual furnishings creates a classic west coast interior. Stephen worked extensively with the architect and client to design a fully remodeled and completely family friendly home.
The most recent rendition of Stephen Shubel's 1907 fisherman's cottage is a casual Californian mix of black and white with, playful antiques, French, and American furniture. The fashion-influenced
finishes and nautical touches transport guests aboard a most livable old wooden boat, perhaps the boat that originally carried all of the wood from San Francisco to the North Bay.
Built in the 1920's by Albert Farr, this Bay Area residence was remodeled for the 21st century. The décor and design were influenced by the lavish gardens and existing architecture. The house is
Mediterranean on the outside and Parisian indoors with furniture and finishes in peaceful hues of greens and yellows. It has a sense of formality yet is light and open, perfect for a young and vibrant family.
This South of Market loft is located in a modern building near the San Francisco Design Center. The clean white lines of the loft space provide a blank canvas for a
mix of contemporary and classic décor accented with antiques. The design transformed the plain brown box into an impressively sophisticated Parisian influenced space.
Dialed up colors capture the spirit and energy of summer at this sun drenched weekend retreat found on a vineyard in California wine country. The kicky yet sophisticated décor provide the perfect place for
both indoors and out.
Nautical memorabilia and gilded treasures float swimmingly in the sea of white painted redwood paneling. The all white palette lends itself well to being a laboratory for new color and décor experiments.
This cottage has seen many different decorating lives over the years including everything from classic black and white to citrus punch inspired accents.
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