san francisco furniture stores

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San Francisco Furniture Stores

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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San Francisco Furniture Stores

Amazing Deals at our Wholesale Furniture Store in San Francisco, CA We have extensive contracts with designers, manufacturers, and retailers, all with one goal: getting you outstanding contemporary furniture for less. We take factory overstock, cancelled special orders, and more, and we deliver everything to you at or below wholesale prices. Our inventory is always changing, and most of our furniture can be delivered to you on the same day. Stop in today and view our large selection of inventory at our showroom on 9th Street in San Francisco, CA. Marin Magazine Ad
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San Francisco Furniture Stores

Selecting the top 38 home decor shops in San Francisco is no easy task. We could easily find dozens of outstanding shops in just one neighborhood, but picking and choosing from the entire city? Let’s just say we lost a few nights’ sleep while finalizing this list. To help narrow down the contenders, we restricted the list to San Francisco proper. (Yes, we heart Ikea and Erica Tanov, but they’re outside the city.) The final 38 includes a combination of vintage and consignment dealers like Mid Century Mobler and Leftovers, budget-friendly chains like Muji and CB2, and high-end retailers like DZine and the NWBLK. Keep in mind that this isn’t a ranking. The 38 are in alphabetical order. Did we miss your favorite home goods spot? Is there a new store we should know about? Hit us up in the comments or at sf@racked.com.
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San Francisco Furniture Stores

Check out some of the select items that make 9th Street Designer Clearance one of the premier furniture stores in San Francisco, and a prime location shoppers frequent to find the best deals. Our unique selection of items has made us the number 1 recommended source for high end designer furniture at wholesale prices in the Bay Area. Stop by today and see what the fuss is about, or browse our catalogue!
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San Francisco Furniture Stores

We have extensive contracts with designers, manufacturers, and retailers, all with one goal: getting you outstanding contemporary furniture for less. We take factory overstock, cancelled special orders, and more, and we deliver everything to you at or below wholesale prices. Our inventory is always changing, and most of our furniture can be delivered to you on the same day. Stop in today and view our large selection of inventory at our showroom on 9th Street in San Francisco, CA.
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San Francisco Furniture Stores

This is San Francisco’s favorite hardware store. You’ll find the tools, nuts, and bolts that are standard at most hardware outlets. But here you also have holiday items, novelties, cookware, and toys. Next door at Cliff’s Annex, there are home accessories, fabric, craft materials, and lots of feather boas.
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San Francisco Furniture Stores

Beneath the row of red awnings lies the door to San Francisco’s classic gift emporium. You’ll find tabletop items, art, accessories, candy, bedding, and now clothes. What’s more, no one does it better at Christmas, and there’s an amazing collection of ornaments.
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San Francisco Furniture Stores

When we wrote about this store, we described it as smelling like chocolate, cigars, and vanilla. According to Jimmie Schein, the aroma comes from the 15,000+ maps, prints, and books in the store. They have maps from around the world, but many show old San Francisco.
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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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Find a little (or big) something for every room in the house. If you’re hunting for a certain furnishing trend, you’ll find the latest pieces at Macy’s. Seeking apartment furniture for small spaces? Scale down size but upgrade style with a space-saving daybed, kitchen table or apartment sofa. On the lookout for leather or even mirrored furniture? With traditional, transitional and modern furniture, Macy’s has something for every taste—to make a home your own.
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With 5000 square feet of showroom space, this is the largest mid-century furniture dealer in Northern California. The store specializes in authentic Danish Modern and American furniture from the 1950s and 1960s, purchasing whole containers of the best pieces from Denmark. The selection is as plentiful as Costco, if Costco were filled with rosewood credenzas and teak buffets.
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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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AskMen: The Mission mecca of everything cool, you can find hip knickknacks, neat T-shirts, and even furniture for that styling bachelor pad you have. Read more.
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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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As one of the most frequently used rooms in your home, the living room should be both stylish and inviting. With the right selection of sofas, coffee tables, recliners and accent chairs it’s easy to strike this delicate balance. When you want an amazing variety of living room furniture, shop Macy’s today!
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Duboce Triangle isn’t exactly a design destination, but this petite vintage furnishings shop is worth the trip. Stop by for an outstanding selection of furniture, lighting, and objets d’art.
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When it comes to home office furniture, storage is key. Showcase your library on handsome bookshelves, and organize papers in trusty file cabinets. While stocking those bookcases, leave out your favorite volumes; the ones you use all the time deserve a spot on your computer desk.
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DINING FURNITUREIn the dining room, the furniture focal point is the dining table of course. From round to rectangular, discover dining room tables for any size gathering. Pull up a seat (or eight), with matching dining chairs from dinette sets. To display dinnerware, choose complementary china cabinets. When dinner is served, a great buffet, sideboard or credenza comes in handy.
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In the dining room, the furniture focal point is the dining table of course. From round to rectangular, discover dining room tables for any size gathering. Pull up a seat (or eight), with matching dining chairs from dinette sets. To display dinnerware, choose complementary china cabinets. When dinner is served, a great buffet, sideboard or credenza comes in handy.
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BEDROOM FURNITUREDecorating a bedroom? With sleigh, storage, poster and platform beds, you’ll find bedroom furniture to fit any design vision. Choose from wooden and upholstered headboards or metal bed frames. Dreamy mattresses fit every type and are available in sizes from twin and full to queen and even California king. Benches and trunks are convenient at the end of your bed, but nightstands are perfect on the sides.

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