HAT’s Lauren Roses talks to designer Wendy Glaister, who will join three other designers in a panel called Be the Light today at 11 a.m. at Las Vegas Market in C174. They’ll share tips and tricks to overcoming personal hurdles and follow the seminar with a fundraiser for Glaister’s charity at Currey & Company (C398).
With six adopted rescue dogs, Tommy and Kymberli Bazan have a busy household. “There’s never a dull moment,” Kymberli says. The couple, who moved into their 1990s custom ranch-style home in Oakdale, California, in 2005, wanted to remodel the kitchen years ago but time and money (and taking care of their dogs) delayed the project.
Have you ever had a moment in your life where you realize, “Wow! This is me and this is my life!” I’ve been in a place of grace and gratitude lately noticing how profoundly my life has changed over the last decade and how grateful I am for the opportunities that have come my way. I will be in Las Vegas for the next 8 days, learning about all that is new and exciting in kitchen and bath design at KBIS and what gorgeous new things have been designed for interiors at Las Vegas Market.
Wendy Glaister of Wendy Glaister Interiors was taught to use an artist’s eye for home design at an early age. She brings a discerning eye to each project, fusing practicality and playfulness, translating her client’s personality and tastes with graceful function and ease, making a room and lending cohesion to the home.
The SF Fall Show, formerly called The San Francisco Fall Antique Show, is known the world over for its ability to garner attendance from the most exclusive art and antiques dealers, top interior designers and most posh art patrons in the country. The gala event, held the Wednesday evening before the show opens to the public, has been noted as one of the most lavish events of the season in San Francisco. At the gala, vignettes from guest interior designers are unveiled, champagne and caviar abound, connections are made and old friendships rekindled. It’s the best of both old and new San Francisco society.
Carl Wesenburg and Joe Smith of API Architects have a clear vision: A professional couple, recently empty-nesters who enjoy the country club lifestyle, their friends and community. A couple ready to simplify, pare down and eliminate the burden of a large home and all the maintenance it brings. It’s downsizing without downgrading, and it’s a powerful design trend sweeping the nation.
Enter Enclave at Del Rio, a brand-new gated community in the prestigious Del Rio Country Club neighborhood in Modesto.
What a warm and wonderful week we shared this summer at Las Vegas Market. So many beautiful things to see and inspire our work and each other toward the creation of high design in our clients’ homes.
Four distinct trends emerged from tastemaker contributions to the Instagram Takeover page of Las Vegas Market: Statement Consoles, Rocks and Fossils, Earthy Rugs, and Soft Touch Upholstery.
Details make a difference, especially when creating a home for a family that includes a child with Down Syndrome. So Modesto, California, designer Wendy Glaister emphasized the practical as she also brought on the pretty—and the just plain fun—for Jon and Dawna Rebiero and their kids, Gianna, Genevieve (who has Down Syndrome), and Joseph.
Local interior designer Wendy Glaister had a challenge with this foothills property in San Andreas. Her clients wanted to transform the traditional layout of their beautiful old farmhouse into a more modern layout with increased natural light and room for entertaining — all before the festivities began for their son’s upcoming wedding.
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Typically, the world of luxury interior design is associated with major urban centers and far off vacation destinations, but regional ASID President, interior designer and sought-after speaker, Wendy Glaister has thought fully carved her own niche and fostered a deep connection to California’s agriculturally rich Central Valley. Born and raised among sweeping farmlands and working ranches, Wendy understands families’ need for beautiful, quality design with practical functionality. Her design work is strikingly diverse, ranging from quintessential farmhouse to sleek contemporary honoring each client’s unique design aesthetic. Along with her many public and TV appearances, Wendy is a passionate champion to those suffering from domestic violence.