San Francisco is home to people who take their homes seriously. From those who strive to maintain the integrity of their pre-earthquake Victorian, to the most minimalistic modern mavens, San Francisco interiors are as thoughtful as they are unique.
San Francisco got enormous antique warehouses like Big Daddy’s and they’ve got carefully edited showrooms like Cavalier Goods and Monument. There’re also newcomers like The Future Perfect, Heath Ceramics, Muji and Mid Century Mobler that excites also the interior design lovers.
Today I bring to you a list of my favorite home goods shop in San Francisco.
Shall we start? 🙂
Their vision is to create an environment that brings progressive culture to the Outer Sunset community. Their space is utilized as a cooperative art studio and retail store – uniting gift ware, gallery and design services.
. Foggy Notion
After almost 10 years of creating clothing and accessories for her line mittenmaker, in 2011 photographer & designer Alissa Anderson decided to open a space where she could make and sell her own work as well as other things she loves.
The name of the store, Foggy Notion, refers to Alissa’s inspirations of music (Velvet Underground), design (sewing notions), and her favorite San Francisco weather phenomenon.
. The Future Perfect
The Future Perfect was born from a desire to create a showcase for exceptional decorative arts and design.
In September of 2003, amidst a gathering of friends and enthusiasts, founder David Alhadeff opened the original store in Brooklyn with a party celebrating the burgeoning local design community. From those modest beginnings, The Future Perfect embarked on a path of steady growth and broadening horizons.
Though still involved with the Brooklyn design scene, The Future Perfect has moved on from its Williamsburg roots, becoming a platform for design from around the world at its two locations in Manhattan and San Francisco.
. Jonathan Adler
Mr. Adler is the king of modern goods, and at this outpost you’ll find furniture, knick-knacks, rugs lighting and more in his signature poppy colors and modern shapes.
Gypsy Honeymoon is a dream from the exotic land of brick and mortar. It is a space that holds reverence for the anonymous artisan of the past as well as the contemporary creative. It is a petri dish, a goddess temple, an ancient French romance.
Big Daddy’s Antiques is a retailer of one-of-a-kind antiques and reproductions from European, Asian, and North American markets. Having established roots in Los Angeles in 1996, Big Daddy’s Antiques now additionally serves the San Francisco and Aspen markets of interior designers, set decorators, landscape architects, photographers, event planners, and enthusiastic art & design lovers. With nearly 20 years of expertise in the interior decorating & landscape design fields, our scope reaches beyond simply selling antiques.
Purveyors of extraordinary furniture and fine rugs, HD Buttercup’s emporiums offer thousands of expertly curated pieces from all over the world.
Viracocha specializes in repurposed and redesigned old furniture, lighting, one-of-a-kind photography, paintings, sculpture and pottery. And if you’re into vintage media, this is your place for old typewriters, projectors, and pianos. They also have a speakeasy downstairs.
Community Thrift Store, founded in 1982, is a non-profit organization that works with over 200 Bay Area charities. We accept donations on behalf of our charity partners, sell the items in our store, and then disburse the proceeds. Community Thrift Store is an independent and non-discriminatory establishment and when you donate to us you can pick your favorite charity!
Their shopping offers an eclectic mix of items ranging from rare, antique and collectible to danish modern and mid-century, not to mention unbeatable prices on the necessities.
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