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Custom boutique style in Russian Hill

We cannot stop swooning over 1365 Union Street’s beautiful design and special attention to detail. Our team here at studio D always feels lucky to partner with such renowned developers as Andrew Broughton and Tony DiGiorgio of Adamas Builders, designer Jennifer Tidwell of Piper Sage Design, and realtors Butch Haze + Rick Teed of Compass. […]

A Dip in Design: Staging the Chobani Meze Home

As professional stagers, the vast majority of our work entails furnishing apartments and homes that are for sale or for rent. But when we were contacted about an opportunity to design a Chelsea townhouse for a series of Chobani events focused on healthy snacking, our curiosity (and appetites) were piqued. Our mission? Design a modern home with warm rustic and Mediterranean […]

Top 10 Inspiring Instagram Accounts to Follow in 2016

Wanna know where we get our styling secrets? Start your day out with a cup of joe and browse through inspiring Insta accounts! Absorb all the goodness and beauty and let it fuel your day ahead. There is something for everyone: a new jewelry designer for the fashionista, the new color of the season for the interior enthusiast and […]

Re: Our Visionary CEO, Gail Dunnett

Some people see a need for a service long before the masses understand its value. It was that way for our founder and CEO, Gail Dunnett. Check out SF Gate’s interview with our visionary leader: Lifelong Designer Creates Spaces That Sell Here’s one of my favorite quotes: “Putting a home on the market that isn’t staged or […]

Winner Winner!

If you happen to follow our New York Blog you might have seen that a couple of weeks we were pretty excited about being nominated as one of the Top 10 Staging Teams of the Year. Flash forward to today, and turns out….we won! That’s right, studio D was named Best Staging Team of 2015 (as chosen by the judges at RESACON2016, an […]

Ikea: Better Shelter

Ikea’s product designs have given back this year and the return is heart warming! Newly designed sustainable units are being used in refugee camps throughout Iraq. Takepart.com has written an article about these units sharing that “One shelter can last an average of three years, compared with traditional tents, which typically last only a few months”. These units are […]