Summer is right around the corner, and as the new season approaches, it may be time to update your home decor. The San Francisco real estate landscape is full of unique galleries and stores to find that one-of-a-kind piece that will make your home stand out. Here are five furniture shops in San Francisco renowned for their taste and style.
Starting in 2001, this dynamic design gallery features unique pieces for every taste. The collection at Coup d’Etat
includes everything from stunning vintage and antique items to trendsetting pieces crafted by artisans from all around the world. The Coup design team updates the gallery every ten weeks--an impressive re-imagination that is an integral part of the Coup d’Etat experience.
Coup D’etat is located at 111 Rhode Island Street Suite 1 San Francisco, CA 94103
Maker and Moss
Located in the Hayes Valley Design District, Maker and Moss
boast artisan-made, sustainably-sourced products. Rooted in the fundamental beauty of wood, stone, metal, and natural fibers, the pieces at Maker and Moss are held to high standards of quality and lasting style.
Maker and Moss is located at 364 Hayes Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
Featuring pieces from Israel, Japan, Europe, South Africa, and other places across the globe, interior design store BaBoo
is the perfect spot to find unusual furniture and home decor pieces. The collection at BaBoo is handcrafted from the highest quality materials and designed to strict environmental standards.
BaBoo is located at 3356 Sacramento St. San Francisco, CA 94118
At Stuff, owner Will Lenker set out to create the best vintage modern collection to ever grace the streets of San Francisco. The massive collection has pieces for everyone and every room in the home.
Stuff is located at 150 Valencia St, San Francisco, CA 94103
The Future Perfect
Founded in 2003 by David Alhadeff, a man who has been called “the foremost champion of American design” by the New York Times
, The Future Perfect
is one of the world’s leading design galleries. Over the years, the gallery has created strong relationships with some of the industry’s top designers and artists. All of the pieces adhere to Alhadeff’s vision of playfulness, craftsmanship, and innovation.
The San Francisco gallery (aka The Complex) has been open since 2013 and expanded in 2018. It is a departure from the traditional gallery format, combining innovation with approachability.
The Future Perfect’s San Francisco location is 3085 Sacramento Street San Francisco, CA