Seventy-five attendees were treated to a first look at One Kings Lane new Studio locale in San Francisco. The second of its kind (the first is in New York’s SoHo neighborhood), the space is a resource for pros and ordinary shoppers alike: The Studio connects One Kings Lane’s designers with clients on personal, complimentary consultations. Explains Studio director Suki LaBarre, “We are so thrilled to open our second Studio location in San Francisco. It’s really a one-stop resource. At The Studio, customers can come physically see and touch some of our favorite products and meet one-on-one with a designer to talk through any and all of their design needs.”
Bradford Shellhammer and One Kings Lane founders Susan Feldman and Alison Pincus
"City Modern" vignette
“Our designers also act as your personal One Kings Lane concierge, who will act as a site navigator to fulfill any and all design needs, no matter how big or small,” says LaBarre. “Looking for a great vintage side table? We can show you a few in our showroom and guide you through our vintage collection on the site to find the perfect fit. Have you always wanted to create a gallery wall of art in your own home? Using images of your own space and your existing art, we can help you build the perfectly proportioned vignette with our extensive art selection.”
Nena Woolworth and Alexis Traina
Susan Feldman, Suki LaBarre, Alison Pincus and Dinesh Lathi
Among the evening’s notable attendees were One Kings Lane cofounders Susan Feldman and Alison Pincus and CEO Dinesh Lathi; Alexis Traina, creative director of Swanson Vineyards; interior designer Nena Woolworth; design entrepreneur Bradford Shellhammer; Irene Edwards, editor in chief of Sunset; and Shannon Davis, owner of Selamat.
Jessica Rolph, Alison Pincus and Zem Joaquin
'Country Revival' vignette
'Studio Sparklers' at One Kings Lane's Studio launch party
The Studio has outposts in San Francisco (633 Folsom St., 2nd floor) and New York (315 Hudson St., 8th floor). Book a consultation.