Imaginative interiors with character and soul from award-winning San-Francisco-based designer Tineke Triggs.
Inspired by designers who break away from the pack, Tineke Triggs is known for creating soulful, artistic and imaginative interiors. By mastering both the art and science of design, her work gives rise to a distinct form of design mixology—each home as individual as each of her clients. This book includes an eclectic mix of projects from ski houses in Lake Tahoe and beachfront getaways in Northern and Central California, to reimagined period Victorians to modern homes in Marin County and Silicon Valley.
An award-winning veteran of six San Francisco Decorator Showcases, Tineke Triggs is an artist with an eye for function, adept at the highly inventive and original. Within each design lies a story—a through line that one can follow through the home. Her personality-driven approach, and her affinity for art and craft, have enabled her to build a portfolio of work that is eclectic and exciting—a visual delight that will appeal to a broad audience of the creatively curious who long to fully express themselves through the places they call home. Design Mixology: The Interiors of Tineke Triggs is both a rich feast for the eyes and an illuminating look at inspiring design that is as livable as it is dramatic. Infused with energy, color, texture and grace, these are places sure to inspire.
Heather Sandy Hebert has spent her entire life immersed in literature, architecture, and wine. Raised in Marin County, at the southern end of the wine country, she studied both literature and design, and earned an MBA along the way. After freelancing for several regional design publications in her early years, she spent over 25 years directing marketing for a San Francisco-based architecture firm with an international practice. She left the firm in 2017 to pursue her love of storytelling and now works with numerous design, hospitality, and wine clients to help them craft and convey their stories.
Chase Reynolds Ewald has been writing about art, travel, design, food, people and western lifestyle for more than 25 years. She is a contributing editor to Western Art & Architecture magazine, design columnist for Big Sky Journal, and author of 14 books. A graduate of Yale and the Graduate School of Journalism at U.C. Berkeley, she lives in Northern California and wanders the West whenever possible.