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This is about Hollywood glamour all the way: luxe finishes, sumptuous materials and lots of sparkle.
Milano Hide Trays ($425 to $675)
“Covered in a bright fuchsia hair-on-hide, these wenge wood trays would be perfect to serve up martinis for a glamorous cocktail party.” --Jay Jeffers
No worries if you haven’t amassed your own private collection yet. Jeffers thinks there are ways you can inject key artistic elements into a space for a sophisticated punch. “In this diaphanous space, Masatoyo Kishi’s Opus No. 61-313 adds a stroke of drama,” the designer says.
Stéphane Ducatteau Frame Chair ($6,500)
“Created by a Parisian artist named Stéphane Ducatteau, this chair is not only functional and comfortable but serves as a true work of art.” --Jay Jeffers
And yes, you actually sit in it!
For Jeffers, custom-made pieces are essential to making a bold statement in a room. “One of our favorite collaborators, San Francisco artist Paul Benson, made this incredibly cool turned-aluminum-and-lacquer sideboard by hand,” he says. Time to hit up all of your artist friends.
Amanda Wright Ceramics ($695 to $1,795)
With so much talent in the Bay Area, finding a custom design is just a matter of getting in good with artists at the next gallery opening. “Local artist Amanda Wright is a self-taught ceramicist with a bold aesthetic. Each of her pieces is one of a kind. This lamp adds a little bit of drama and a lot of personality.” --Jay Jeffers
Finally, a look that’s perhaps best suited to the casual San Franciscan: comfortable but stylish spaces with a generous sense of ease.
You?ve surely seen photos of the Ritz-Carlton Private Residences in Tahoe that San Francisco interiors guru Jay Jeffers has kitted out in modern ski-cabin decor (faux-wood wallpaper! plush throws! aerial mountain photos!). Now, in his first book, Jay Jeffers: Collected Cool ($55), the designer shares his working process (and his penchant for rearranging furniture ad nauseam) and offers tips for re-creating his decor style at home (it?s all about flair, people!).
But because we are people who really need to be shown exactly how to do something, we?ve asked Jeffers to recommend a few items from the newest collection at his Tenderloin store, Cavalier, that will help us get his look in our homes. These just might be the primo accents you?ve been looking for to trick out your shiny new condo.
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