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Furniture Stores Bay Area

Serving the San Francisco Bay California area in Redwood City California Furniture stores featuring bedroom, dining room, bookcases, entertainment, kids, living room, family room, and outdoor furniture in shaker, contemporary, mission, traditional, amish, and hand crafted furniture. We carry unfinished and finished oak, pine, maple, alder, walnut, hickory, elm and cherry wood furniture along with sale and clearance furniture. Prices are subject to change without notice. “Hoot” Judkins is not responsible for typographical errors. All items priced and sold separately. In-stock availability may vary. Limited time offer. Restrictions apply. Warning: These products may contain a chemical and/or wood dust which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, and/or birth defects, and/or other reproductive harm. Please visit www.p65warnings.ca.gov for more information.
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Furniture Stores Bay Area

Everybody loves a bargain. In addition to the best places for stylish used furniture in the South Bay, we’ve compiled suggestions for savvy shoppers in San Francisco, North Bay and East Bay. The whole process of recycle and reuse is supported by these independent merchants who will help you find previously owned items to re-love or to pass along to others via consignment.
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Furniture Stores Bay Area

Connolly’s Furniture Superstore has everything you need to beautifully furnish your home at a price you can afford. Thanks to our unbeatable prices, selection, and customer service, people from Northern California have flocked to Connolly’s for all of their home furnishings needs.Connolly’s Furniture Superstore is a leading furniture store in the Bay Area because we offer:
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Furniture Stores Bay Area

Poor Honey’s Used Furniture 4250 San Leandro St. Oakland, CA 94601 261-4500 www.poorhoneys.com Poor Honey’s has plenty of useful used furniture from a mom-and-pop operation that helps people furnish with decent quality items on a budget while the business helps to reduce unnecessary landfill by recycling. Furnish your place on a dime is the message, and you’re unlikely to find whatever you need anywhere else for less, including complete sets and suites for dining, bedroom, living room and office. Poor Honey’s even has some mattresses, televisions and refrigerators, and it is especially popular with students throughout the Bay Area.
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Furniture Stores Bay Area

Poor Honey’s has plenty of useful used furniture from a mom-and-pop operation that helps people furnish with decent quality items on a budget while the business helps to reduce unnecessary landfill by recycling. Furnish your place on a dime is the message, and you’re unlikely to find whatever you need anywhere else for less, including complete sets and suites for dining, bedroom, living room and office. Poor Honey’s even has some mattresses, televisions and refrigerators, and it is especially popular with students throughout the Bay Area.
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Furniture Stores Bay Area

Looking to add some pomp and flare to your dwelling? Yearning for a unique piece to tie the room together? Need a cool gift this holiday season? Look no further. Here now, a list of the best design and furniture stores in San Francisco. Other than Jonathan Adler (who has a store on Fillmore Street, plus 25 elsewhere in the United States), all the stores on this list are small, independently curated boutiques. At each one, peruse or window shop one-of-a-kind furnishings, vintage pieces, and home goods with a distinctly San Francisco flair.
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Furniture Stores Bay Area

This two-level warehouse of furniture, art, and accessories could be considered the mother of all vintage stores. Spending a couple of hours browsing here is like shopping an entire antique district.
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Furniture Stores Bay Area

7. Zentrum Furniture Nominee for: Furniture 1914 5th St, Berkeley, CA &quot…Whenever we've shopped for furniture, we always end up back at Zentrum. Their pieces are unique, solid, and versitile. Their service is perfect- hones…&quot
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Leftovers 1350 Van Ness Ave. San Francisco, CA 94109 409-0088 www.weloveleftovers.com This is a consignment shop for very good condition furniture, and some furnishings you can consign as well as buy. According to a recent San Francisco Chronicle article, Leftovers is a go-to for vintage finds on the radar of interior designers. It produces a handy bi-weekly update of the latest and greatest arrivals. Join the Swoon List so you can check on what’s come through the front door without making another trip to the premises, as shipments are received more than once daily. More plusses: the website has good flickr photography, the shop’s willing to put an item on hold, donations are made to over a dozen San Francisco charities, Leftovers adopts rescued animals and it runs a green business model.
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Big Daddy’s Antiques 1550 17th St. San Francisco, CA 94107 621-6800 www.bdantiques.com In a venue so big and so cool that it’s rented out for parties and photo shoots, the Big Daddy’s Antiques collection has an emphasis on style. The trade knows all about BD, but the shop welcomes the public, too. Searching the world over to curate the best from six continents so you don’t have to is the mission. Do make this your first stop if you have a garden. Antiques for outdoor use includes fountains, bird baths, stone water vessels, planters and wrought iron creations. Vintage for indoor use includes tables, chairs, sofas, furniture, paintings, mirrors, jardinieres and birdcages. And then, there’s the one-of-a-kind stuff that no one ever dreamt of needing but now finds totally irresistible.
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&quot…I love the Duck. They have great, and insanely cheap, teak furniture. This is the best place I've been to for outdoor sets. I probably have 10 pieces …&quot
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Past Perfect 854 Stanyan St. San Francisco, CA 94117 418-6754 www.pastperfectsf.com Having moved from Union Street in 2014, there are now two locations, in Cole Valley and another 7,000 square feet at 2246 Lombard Street in the Marina. Past Perfect is a collective, home to about 30 independent dealers showing vintage to modern, some including clothing and collectibles. If you know your stuff and your designers, have a look at the strengths among dealers in the mid-century and Scandinavian furniture market. Some are tagged up with the names of well-known makers and command prices in the thousands of dollars. The unusual can be found.
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&quot…Whenever we've shopped for furniture, we always end up back at Zentrum. Their pieces are unique, solid, and versitile. Their service is perfect- hones…&quot
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It’s a boutique housewares store full of goodies. You’ll discover gifts for everyone in their offerings of serving ware, candles, furniture, games, barware, and tea.
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The store is divided into rooms—dining room, living room, kitchen, outdoor spaces, and nursery. Each zone is kitted out with a cooly curated collection of furniture, accessories, and gifts.
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The Mission District Heath showroom is so much more than a tile store. There’s furniture, cookware, accessories, and an adjacent Blue Bottle Coffee Shop. All this, and awesome tile too.
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This corner shop has an amazing array of vintage furniture, light fixtures, tabletop sculpture, and art. A lot of it is midcentury modern, but it’s a delightfully eclectic mix.
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The downstairs neighbor of vintage powerhouse, Black & Gold, Super Simple keeps it mostly contemporary and, well, simple. Simple as in clean lines and straightforward forms. There’s a lot of handmade accessories and cool furniture here.
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Jonathan Adler’s brand of “happy” chic is in full force at the Fillmore St. outpost. There’s furniture, pillows, throws, ceramics, and many more smile-making accessories.
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Anthem is an ode to luxury goods. They have fine furniture, accessories, and serving ware. Now that their new store, Anthem Bed + Bath, has opened a couple of doors down, there are more offerings for the private rooms in your house.
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This store knows how to edit. Meaning, they don’t have a crowded showroom, but everything that’s there is exquisite. There’s modern furniture, lighting, and accessories.
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Plantation has upscale furniture, rugs, lighting, and accessories. The look is classic with a mod twist. There are several custom options, so you can add a personal touch.
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Past Perfect has two locations (the other is at 854 Stanyan), but our favorite is their newish Outer Richmond outpost. There are 30 vintage dealers here, and the goods range from midcentury furniture, to Hollywood Regency, to industrial. In short, there’s something for every style.
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Since 1945, our home furnishings have graced homes in Fremont, Union City, Newark, Hayward, Milpitas and many other communities. With more than 65,000 square feet of inventory, Connolly’s Furniture Superstore has something for everybody, including you! Please contact us or stop by our showroom today.
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This is a consignment shop for very good condition furniture, and some furnishings you can consign as well as buy. According to a recent San Francisco Chronicle article, Leftovers is a go-to for vintage finds on the radar of interior designers. It produces a handy bi-weekly update of the latest and greatest arrivals. Join the Swoon List so you can check on what’s come through the front door without making another trip to the premises, as shipments are received more than once daily. More plusses: the website has good flickr photography, the shop’s willing to put an item on hold, donations are made to over a dozen San Francisco charities, Leftovers adopts rescued animals and it runs a green business model.

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