Designer Madeline Weinrib has shaped a sophisticated signature style that is at once timeless and modern. She brings a layered and luxurious sensibility to the world of contemporary design with her collections of heirloom quality carpets and artfully conceived textiles, accessories and home accents. Madeline works and resides in New York City but since one year we can also visit her new showroom here in San Francisco!
Last year home furnishings maven opened the doors to a 4,000-square-foot showroom in the San Francisco Design Center, marking the brand’s first standalone location outside of Manhattan. Open to both trade and retail clients, the stylishly appointed outpost will serve as the premier West Coast destination for the firm’s coveted carpets and bold fabrics, accessories, and home accents.
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When it came to designing the showroom, Weinrib drew inspiration from her background as an artist, and the space has a gallery-like feel to it. Large glass chandeliers hang from the double-height ceilings, and a soft shade of white was chosen for the walls, a suitable canvas for the vibrant and richly textured wares. And as a testament to the designer’s attention to detail, the honey-color hardwood floors are laid in different geometric patterns throughout.
In addition to the Madeline Weinrib core lines, the new showroom offers bespoke services and the opportunity to view exclusive collections previously available only in New York, as well as the designer’s expanding repertoire of evening bags, caftans, and limited-edition vintage furniture.
For Weinrib, the Bay Area was a natural fit for a brand with an artisinal focus. “There is a lovely quality of life in San Francisco—design-oriented culture, great food, and friends—and that’s important to me.”
Madeline’s showroom is located at: 101 Henry Adams Street, Suite 101, San Francisco, 415-626-1103;
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