Luxury Interior Designer Sarah Holland Shares Her Weekend Routine

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Sarah Holland  Photograph by Jeff Singer
Sarah Holland Photograph by Jeff Singer

For San Francisco Interior Designer Sarah Holland, luxury design is everywhere. Her edgy and iconic style is inspired by luxury interiors and high fashion; so naturally, in between working with clients, she spends loads of time exploring high-end retailers and showrooms. Sarah also stays busy by collaborating on fresh pop-up installation events. Here, she shares her San Francisco weekend routine with Haute Living.

My weekend starts with Illy coffee, then…

–       I check out a blog created by fashion stylist Ana Dahlman and by Reverie fashion designer Ronit Genik. The blog features unique fashion and lifestyle posts. –       Walking around Union Square, I always pull inspiration from bright retail windows, art galleries, and glossy fashion magazines.


–       Park Tavern, the design is reclaimed and the vibe is chill. My favorite thing to order with a mimosa – the avocado toast with a poached egg. In the cute North Beach area across from the park, it’s a great place to get lost.


Saint Laurent  Credit: Sarah Holland
Saint Laurent Credit: Sarah Holland

–       Saks in San Francisco, It’s my go to – they have everything from red carpet to denim. Some of my favorite everyday lines at Saks are Rag & Bone, Haute Hippie, and Theory. On my way out I always manage to lose track of time at the YSL and Armani makeup counter. –       Bloomingdales, because I recently discovered they have a small section of Zadig & Voltaire there and they don’t have a store in SF. Love the contrast of distressed and glittery pieces. –       Cesare Paciotti, or closest store is LA, my favorite shoe designer love the daggers on everything – so rock and roll. –       For luxury interiors, The Arkitektura Showrooms, Cassina Showroom, and B&B Italia Showroom are the best selection in San Francisco. Other great pieces to see there – the Diesel with Foscarini lighting and Alias furniture collection. –       Rada Katz Fine Antique and Estate Jewelry at the Four Seasons Hotel in San Francisco, Rada is a talented jewelry designer and features some of the most rare and exotic pieces. – Melissa Fleis fashion designer and project runway finalist, Melissa’s designs are geometric with some serious edge. Check out her new collection online at


–       Jones, Great industrial design with a nice outdoor space. Perfect place to catch up with friends for pre-dinner drinks.


Cafe Claude  Photo by Sarah Holland
Cafe Claude Credit: Sarah Holland

–       Café Claude, I love that everything here is really uncomplicated and it just works. You can expect at the downtown location sexy tres cool style, a nice jazz band, and great wine, with steak frites – and don’t forget to order the Crème Brulée it’s worth all of the calories. Like Haute Living San Francisco? Join our Facebook page or follow us on Twitter @HauteLivingSF. Want Haute Living San Francisco delivered to your inbox once a week? Sign up for our newsletter.

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