San Francisco Decorator Showcase Returns

2898 Broadway (Courtesy of San Francisco Decorator Showcase)

Twenty-eight of the West Coast’s top interior and landscape design firms have been busy remaking the rooms in this year’s 45th San Francisco Decorator Showcase, a culturally and historically significant 11,155-square-foot Dutch Colonial mansion at 2898 Broadway on “Billionaire’s Row in Pacific Heights. The Bliss Estate boasts five floors of living space with commanding views of the San Francisco Bay and beyond. The San Francisco Decorator Showcase benefits the San Francisco University High School Financial Aid Program and will be open to the public from April 27–May 27, 2024. Some of the region’s top designers will transform the house into the ultimate immersive visitor experience. Please visit for further details and follow the San Francisco Decorator Showcase on social media – #sfshowcase, @sfshowcase.


Featured as the Decorator Showcase venue in 1989 and built in 1899 by renowned architects Walter D. Bliss and Walter Paville (Saint Francis Hotel, James Flood Mansion, Geary Theater) for Walter Bliss’s parents Elizabeth and Duane “D.L.” Bliss, 2898 Broadway stood at the highest echelons of prestige and was the perfect home for the family who built a large fortune in gold mining, lumber, railroads and Lake Tahoe tourism and were significant players in San Francisco society.


Since its inception, the Decorator Showcase has raised over $18 million for the San Francisco University High School Financial Aid Program. This event allows hundreds of deserving Bay Area students access to a world-class college preparatory education. 


Courtesy of San Francisco Decorator Showcase