Founded in 1987 by Dianne Ayres and Timothy Hansen, the studio creates textiles for the home in period designs and their own Arts & Crafts inspired designs.
Bradbury & Bradbury Art Wallpapers’ historical designs bring to life the architectural styles of the 1880s through the 1960s: Victorian, Arts & Crafts, Art Deco, and Midcentury eras.
Beate Brühl focuses on the restoration of painted ornament in historic buildings. In her tool box she carries a variety of traditional skills, such as gilding, stenciling, striping, faux graining/marbling, color matching, design.
“Dr. Color” has been designing paint colors for buildings since 1970, producing about 500 separate color consultations annually.
While his specialty is historically appropriate decoration of harpsichords, Adrian Card also lends his skills to historically inspired murals, painted furniture and other musical instruments.
Cow Hollow Woodworks specializes in the care and restoration of antique furniture and joined wood objects.
Phil Diers imparts expert sculpture and plasterwork for new designs as well as restoration of plaster ornament, lincrusta, and statuary.
Doty Tile provides careful, thoughtful tile work for installations, historic restoration projects and public art installations.
Established in 1976, Magic Brush, Inc. offers a variety of professional painting services and is nationally recognized for the painting and restoration of Victorian facades.
A maker of custom woodwork & shoji screens, Bill specializes in woodworking for Arts and Crafts and Victorian style interiors as well as Japanese style interiors.
Theodore Ellison Designs handcrafts leaded glass into period-inspired architectural windows and lighting, influenced by the Arts & Crafts tradition.
Jerri Holan is a noted architect with preservation expertise, and the principal of Jerri Holan & Associates, AIA.
Rick has focused his entire career as an Interior Architect, Designer and Craftsman on developing timeless, well resolved spaces for his clients.
Skeeter Jones founded Clearheart in the early 1980’s. His work includes extensive design development, Victorian restorations, and architectural millwork.
Utilizing traditional mortise-and-tenon joinery, furniture quality lumber, and good design practices, the Craftsman Door Company produces doors and windows that will last for generations.
Lorna Kollmeyer is a designer, sculptor, and moldmaker specializing in cast architectural ornament of all periods.
John focuses on woodworking with an emphasis in timber framing, custom cabinetry, built-in furniture and fireplace mantels using Japanese and traditional joinery.
John Lenox produces custom stained, etched, beveled, leaded, and painted glass, as well as restoring period art glass, for restaurants, churches, and homes.
Oleg Lobykin is a sculptor specializing in the Old World craft of stone carving, working in limestone, marble, granite and other natural stone varieties.
Heidi Wright Mead, C.P. is an award-winning wallpaper installer who loves her craft and enjoys being part of the team with designers, architects, builders, artists and homeowners to create beautiful spaces
Gale Melton Design offers kitchen and bathroom design, color consultation, furnishings, space planning, and general decorating for both period and modern residences.
Nzilani Glass Conservation is a highly specialized stained glass conservation company with over 25 years of experience in architectural preservation.
Panache Lighting specializes in the repair and restoration of older lights
Nita Riccardi, founder of Winning Colors Painting, has specialized in restoration painting since 1994, and has restored hundreds of Victorians in San Francisco.
An expert decorative painter and fine art muralist, Lynne Rutter’s work emphasizes site-specific design through ornament, color, and gilding.
ROBA is a California-based architectural partnership specializing in high-end residential and retail architecture.
Accomplished trompe l’oeil muralist George Shadow successfully merges classical figurative art with traditional and period techniques in fine decorative painting and faux finishing.
Nicole Smith excels in antique restoration and repair, finishing architectural woodwork, cabinetry and furniture.
Since 1996, Janet’s focus has been on handmade tiles inspired by the Arts & Crafts period
Berkeley Signs designs and manufactures a wide range of period-sensitive sign art for commercial and private use.
Scott Wynn runs a small service-oriented architectural practice focused on the custom design, with an in-house workshop for the fabrication of furniture, fixtures and architectural details.
Restoration Workshop’s services include restoration and preservation project management, finish carpentry, and general remodeling.
George has mastered many painting techniques, including those used for murals, true fresco, trompe l’oeil, gold leaf, faux finishes such as marbleizing and wood graining, and old-world cabinetry and furniture finishes.
Debey Zito Fine Furniture and Design has been creating original museum-quality furniture in the Asian, American and European Arts and Crafts traditions for over 35 years.
Specializing in conservation and creation of stained glass, Greer Ashman combines fine craft skills with art-historical sensitivity.
Lou Kern is a master stair builder and furniture maker.
Gentleman Scholar Signs is a boutique sign shop specializing in hand painted and gold leaf signage.
Melissa Goldman offers full-service framing along with her restoration and conservation studio, specializing in antique and newly gilt frames, painting conservation, and period furniture restoration.
Gracewood Design specializes in custom floorcloths made to perfectly compliment their environment in terms of size, palette and style
Helios Art Glass is an architectural glass studio specializing in the creation and restoration of traditional leaded glass windows and skylights.
SF Metalworks is a custom metal fabrication shop specializing in architectural metalwork, working regularly with steel, brass, bronze, stainless, aluminum, pewter, and everything in between.