5 unique home decor shops in San Francisco
1) Field Theory
Interior designer Leah Harmatz’s space serves as her studio and shop, where you can peruse and purchase her beautiful finds from 11 am to 5 pm on Fridays and Saturdays. Her aesthetic and collection stem from her belief that everyone should have a beautiful, peaceful space to call home.
2) The Human Condition
An exquisite home decor and lifestyle shop filled with handcrafted items from near and far. Plenty of design books to peruse through, too. But the shop’s pièce de résistance: the scenic French wallpaper that draws you in and pulls it all together.
3) Coup d'Etat
For serious design enthusiasts and collectors, visit this gallery for things truly extraordinary. The curated collection includes rare, one-of-a-kind vintage, antique items, and pieces from artisans around the world. Every piece is a statement. This place is worth a gander, even if only for inspiration.
Everything lovely, whimsy, and worldly you’ll find here – both vintage and new. Mother and daughter, Judy and Marcella, explore the globe and antique markets in search of unique gift items and treasured pieces to fill their shop. Step inside and feel like you’ve been transported on a beautiful adventure.
5) St. Frank
The studio offers a vibrant selection of handmade decorative pieces using artisan textiles from over twenty countries around the world. Each unique item comes from a special place and with a special story. The store is dedicated to supporting economic empowerment for artisans (through jobs, training and support) and preserving traditional craft.
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