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NEWS


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KITCHEN & BATH BUSINESS

Elegant Sanctuary
The drama in the mansion continues in the guest bath, which was designed by Molie Malone of Sausalito, Calif.-based Molie Malone Interior Design.

“Our goal in this space was to create an elegant and inspired bath that would be fitting for such a dramatic and historically important home,” said Malone.

She was given a long, narrow room in which plumbing placement was already determined. Malone wanted to create as much volume and airiness as possible without over-furnishing the space, so she combined oversized, separate vanities and reflective materials to create a sense of openness. Steel-like porcelain tiles, a high-gloss ceiling and a glass-enclosed shower allow light to fill the room.

web: https://www.kbbonline.com/news/trends-inspirations/a-grand-renovation/

 

VOUTSA

Grecian Urns San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2017                     

Grecian Urns on Metallic Silver Wallpaper featured in this master bathroom designed by Molie Malone.
Photography by Christopher Stark.

web: https://voutsa.com/products/grecian-urns-san-francisco-decorator-showcase-2017

 

KOHLER - 2017 San Francisco Decorator Showcase

Above the morning fog, atop Pacific Heights, sits the San Francisco Decorator Showcase House–where style is anything but subdued. Inside you’ll find what’s haute and trending in home design. More than 30 designers and firms came together to create a symphony of interior design throughout, transforming the home into a marvel of art. As the official plumbing sponsor, we are delighted to partner with the show home to support the San Francisco University High School Financial Aid Program.

web: http://ideas.kohler.com/home-tour/2017-san-francisco-decorator-showcase?nocache

 

Decorator Showcase Celebrates 40th Year

Molie Malone’s contemporary guest bath pays historic due with a classical motif wallpaper, and Stephen Stout and David Bjørngaard’s powder room evokes a Roman bath, yet with state-of-the art fixtures and sink.

web: http://www.marinatimes.com/2017/05/decorator-showcase-celebrates-40th-year/

 

Previously Owned By A Gay Man

Interview: Molie Malone

Born and raised in the Napa Valley, Molie Malone found her way to the design world through an early love of collecting antiques.

In 2001, Molie opened an antique business where traveling and buying rare antiques greatly expanded her knowledge of fine furnishings and honed her eye for exceptional design. When customers began asking for assistance with their interior design projects, she transformed her passion for home furnishings into her own design studio, Molie Malone Interior Design.

web: https://previouslyownedbyagayman.com/sitting-molie-malone/

 

 

The LuxPad

The San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2017 - For the past 40 years the San Francisco Decorator Showcase has selected a house in the city to be transformed by some of the region’s finest interior designers and landscapers. The designers are invited to each reimaging a different space in the home to create a unique interior to be explored by visitors over the course of a month. The admission fee for each entry goes towards the showcase’s main goal of raising funds for the San Francisco University High School financial aid program, which in turn allows hundreds of deserving Bay Area students access to world-class college preparatory education.

web: amara.com/luxpad/san-francisco-decorator-showcase-2017/

 

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Trans-Countinental Delight

Elan Evans, Martin Kobus, Molie Malone and Krista Hoffman bring North Bay flair to stairway alcoves, library, bathroom, and closet alike.

Perhaps you’re someone who counts down the days from Showcase to Showcase, chronicling life from one to the next. Or perhaps you’ve evaded news of the premier West Coast design event. If you’re not familiar, the annual San Francisco Decorator Showcase brings together some of the Bay’s top design talents under one roof for a showstopping exploration of interior design, the profits from which benefit the San Francisco University High School financial aid program.

web: marinmagazine.com

 

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SAN FRANCISCO DECORATOR SHOWCASE 2017

We're honored to have been selected to design a space in this year's showcase.  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 Financial Aid Program. 

web: decoratorshowcase.org


 
 
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GRAIL MAGAZINE

Molie Malone Interior Design is a full service interior design firm serving the Bay Area and beyond. Our mission is to create homes that are luxurious yet livable. We believe in doing this within the client's time frame, budget and style. We believe good design is collaborative, artful and functional. We design spaces with elegance, charm and above all comfort. "We shape our homes and then our homes shape us".

web: grailmag.com

 
 

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THE EDITOR AT LARGE

COLLABORATIONS - KOHLER PARTNERS WITH 7 DESIGNERS AT THE SAN FRANCISCO DECORATOR SHOWCASE

Kitchen and bath leader KOHLER, which has also partnered with showhouses including the KIPS BAY DECORATOR SHOW HOUSE, the HAMPTON DESIGNER SHOW HOUSE and the DC Design House in Northern Virginia, is returning to the SAN FRANCISCO DECORATOR SHOWCASE for the second year, providing products to seven select designers/design pairs in an event that benefits the San Francisco University High School.

web: editoratlarge.com


 
 
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MARIN DESIGN AWARDS

The Marin Design Awards are a celebration of creativity and innovation in design based in and emanating from Marin County.   The awards were created to bring the design community together to recognize the achievements being made in the areas of architecture, interior and exterior design, home décor, floral design and fashion (clothing and accessories).  Designers are vetted by our internal research team and honored for their creativity in design, community participation and overall innovation in their respective fields. 

web: marindesignawards.com