Sabrina Alfin Interiors
Luxurious Spaces. Real Living.




“Design is personal. I consider it a success if my work is not immediately recognizable. How could it be if every client has unique needs, tastes, and goals?”--Sabrina Alfin

our services:

  • Bespoke design, sourcing, and procurement: furniture, lighting, cabinetry, mill work, textiles, accessories & art

  • Space planning and master design planning

  • Kitchen and bath design

  • Construction documents for permits and building:
    Plans, specs, schedules

  • Visual stimulus for design concepts in both 2D and 3D

  • Coordination with other design and construction professionals: architects,
    structural engineers, general contractors, and craftspeople

  • Remodeling updates for home sales or property development





Sabrina Alfin, Principal

CID #6859, Allied ASID, Member NKBA

We are big believers in design as an exercise in enhancing the way real people live. Beauty, function, and ease are paramount to our client-centric approach: It’s not about us imposing our personal design signature on your lifestyle. Instead, we use our education and expertise to make your design goals come alive even better than you imagined with obsessive attention to aesthetic detail. Whether that’s a primary residence for an active and busy family, a vacation home on the sea or in the mountains, or some overdue updates to aging kitchens, laundry rooms, and baths, we can make the design and construction process fun, smooth, and efficient.

With an ability to see and explain the big picture, to guide clients through a complex process, and to deliver what we promise, Sabrina's team ensures a high level of service. As a former colleague once quipped, “If you want to get something done
and done right, call Sabrina.”

Sabrina is a Certified Interior Designer and opened her award-winning studio in
2011. She studied Interior Design at Caňada College and earned a B.S. in Mass Communication from Boston University. She and her husband, Jim, live in their recently empty nest in the South Beach neighborhood of San Francisco and are known to frequent AT&T Park in full orange and black regalia to cheer for their favorite baseball team.