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Allison Caccoma

www.allisoncaccoma.com

With a passion for beautiful objects, antiques, materials and color, Allison Caccoma crafts inviting interiors that are sophisticated and elegant yet comfortable and timeless. A lifetime New Yorker having started her professional career in Finance on Wall Street, Allison later received a degree from the New York School of Interior Design. Classically trained for many years under the legendary Bunny Williams, this New York designer now residing in San Francisco, practices the time-honored, detail driven approach to decorating with her clients also having a significant role in the process. While still maintaining a strong presence with clients on the East coast, Allison brings a unique sense of decorating to San Francisco based on her knowledge and relationships with her New York resources. Each project is led personally by Allison with her team managing the design coordination and management. Client service is as important as the design concept with the goal always being the creation of a home her client’s will cherish for many years to come as it endures ever changing trends. Allison’s work has been featured as the cover story in House Beautiful Magazine and can also be found in At Home Magazine, Design New England, Good Housekeeping, The Boston Globe and The Wall Street Journal Weekend edition. As an active contributor to the decorating community, Allison is a Board member of the Northern California Chapter of the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art, a Committee Chairperson for the New York based Decorators Club, and is on the New York School of Interior Design Alumni Council. Additionally, Allison is a candidate for the 2015 Provisional Membership of the San Francisco Ballet Auxiliary.

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  • 196
    A George II gilt-gesso mirror
    circa 1730
    5,000 - 7,000 USD
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  • 197
    A set of three Louis XV polychrome-painted panels, now fitted as a folding screen
    second quarter 18th century
    5,000 - 7,000 USD
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  • 198
    A pair of English brass and burr walnut jardinières
    first half 19th century
    6,000 - 9,000 USD
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  • 199
    A pair of Italian carved white marble urns
    18th century, the bases later
    7,000 - 10,000 USD
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  • 200
    A George III inlaid rosewood and satinwood side cabinet
    circa 1800
    10,000 - 15,000 USD
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  • 201
    A pair of rock crystal and charcoal quartz three-branch wall-lights
    modern
    6,000 - 9,000 USD
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  • 202
    A pair of Louis XV style ormolu-mounted Chinese aubergine and turquoise glazed porcelain figures of parrots
    the ormolu 19th century, the porcelain 18th/19th century
    5,000 - 7,000 USD
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  • 203
    A George III mahogany serpentine-fronted serving table
    circa 1770
    4,000 - 6,000 USD
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  • 204
    A pair of Italian Neoclassical carved walnut pedestal cabinets
    first half 19th century
    5,000 - 7,000 USD
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  • 205
    Fairfield Porter
    1907 - 1975
    The Driveway
    3,000 - 5,000 USD
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  • 206
    Fairfield Porter
    1907 - 1975
    Maine Inlet
    2,000 - 3,000 USD
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  • 207
    Fairfield Porter
    1907 - 1975
    Barn at Sunset
    2,000 - 3,000 USD
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  • 208
    A Dutch Delft Polychrome Garniture of Five Vases
    late 19th / 20th century
    3,000 - 5,000 USD
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