KAIDAN ERWIN has been an interior designer for the last 22 years – 9 years in New York for David Easton, Shean-Nesbitt and Cronin-Stempler, and 13 years as senior designer for San Francisco’s preeminent firm, Tucker & Marks (www.tuckerandmarks.com). Kaidan’s work, in association with Tucker & Marks, has been published in Architectural Digest (March ’07, April ’05, February ’99 and ’98), House Beautiful (Feb. '08), Southern Accents (Nov/Dec '02), California Homes (April ’05 and April ’03), Northern California Home & Design (September 2000 – SF Decorator’s Showcase House) and the Robb Report. He was the lead designer on the renovation of the world renowned Northern California resort Auberge du Soleil, which included the re-design of the restaurant, guest suites and pool area. He also designed and co-designed primary rooms in two of San Francisco’s Decorator Showcase Houses for Tucker & Marks (2000 and 1996). During his 13 year tenure at T&M, Kaidan was lead designer on scores of new construction and major renovation jobs, becoming proficient at specifying all surface materials and fixtures, lighting design and color choice. Kaidan studied interior design at New York School of Interior Design.
KAIDAN ERWIN formed his staging and interior design company in September 2007. The focus of his style is decidedly Transitional – mixing elegantly designed upholstery, sophisticated rugs, modern and traditional wood, bronze and glass furniture pieces, sculptural accents and contemporary art and photography. The aim is always to create a high quality, young, timeless and completely livable interior that is warm and attractive to both men and women alike. Kaidan’s instincts, keen eye and educated choices are always attuned to the primary goal of showcasing, complimenting and making every project’s strengths, beauty and livability obvious to the widest possible buying audience, the results of which is to assure a timely sale for the highest possible price.