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San Francisco’s Best Home & Interior Design Stores

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Updated: 1 May 2017

While some parts of San Francisco are known for being brightly colored and funky fresh, there’s a different side to the city that channels class and function. Enter Bay Area interior design—the final frontier for beautiful homes. No matter if your style is flashy and modern or simple and chic, you’ll find exactly the piece you’re looking for at one of these 10 San Francisco home and interior design stores.

March 

Does your kitchen look a little worse for the wear? March is just the place to fix it right up. Offering everything to outfit a quality kitchen, from tabletop décor to crafty kitchen tools, March is your one-stop kitchen shop. The store sits between Pacific Heights and the Presidio Heights neighborhood, so expect a bit of affluence and, of course, quality customer service.                 

March, 3075 Sacramento St, San Francisco, CA, USA, +1 415 931 7433

A shop after my own heart… March in #sanfrancisco

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Big Daddy’s Antiques

San Francisco is nothing if not quirky, so why not deck out your home in one-of-a-kind antiques? Stand out with the pieces inside Big Daddy’s Antiques. The bustling shop, located in the Design District, offers vintage finds from Europe, Asia, and North America.

Big Daddy’s Antiques, 1550 17th St, San Francisco, CA, USA, +1 415 621 6800

I could get lost in here for hours, and I did #whattimeisit

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Coup D’Etat 

For the lover of neutral tones, intricate designs, and quality statement pieces, Coup D’Etat will become your go-to furnishing store. The high-end gallery operates a bit differently than a traditional furniture store, as it displays only a select number of pieces at a time. This intense curating ensures that they have only the best pieces on display, as the store sells primarily vintage and antique items.

Coup D’Etat, 111 Rhode Island St # 1, San Francisco, CA, USA, +1 415 241 9300

It's here! Our brand new #coupstudio Escher Dining chair. #coupdetatsf #furnituredesign #interiordesign

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Aldea Home + Baby

When you walk into Aldea Home + Baby, brightly colored textiles and modern furnishings will greet you. Inside the heart of the Mission District, the design store displays items for your living room, dining room, bedroom, and nursery.

Aldea Home + Baby, 890 Valencia St, San Francisco, CA, USA, +1 415 865 9807

Stuff 

With a name like “Stuff,” you might be wondering what type of furniture is for sale at the store. Set aside a few hours to peruse the many options inside the warehouse. As one of the biggest and grandest vintage furniture stores in the city, there are two stories of furniture to comb through—including everything from antique finds to modern lightly loved pieces. More than 60 furniture and art dealers provide items for the store, so there is truly no shortage of items to check out.

Stuff, 150 Valencia St, San Francisco, CA, USA, +1 415 864 2900

Industrious Life

Industrious Life curates beautiful items with high functionality. Handmade pieces are available that will truly turn your home into a work of art once purchased. Sift through artisan pottery and an assortment of mixed metals until you find the aesthetic that works for you, and then drop a pin on your phone so that you know how to get back to this beloved neighborhood décor spot.

Industrious Life, 1095 Tennessee St, San Francisco, CA, USA, +1 415 349 3479

Super Simple

Trying to streamline your life? Why not declutter and beautify your home at the same time by shopping at Super Simple. The upscale shop specializes in minimalistic designs. Although items are simple and straightforward, they’re lovingly crafted by hand, which results in high-quality goods.

Super Simple, 2200 15th St, San Francisco, CA, USA, +1 415 658 7685

Anthem

Whether you choose to deck out your entire home in luxury goods or you’re just trying to make one room sparkle, Anthem is the place to go. A luxurious design haven within the Pacific Heights neighborhood, the store features classy designs for every single space in your home.

Anthem, 3274 Sacramento St, San Francisco, CA, USA, +1 415 440 6500

Loving the selection at #anthem #SF

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BaBoo

This boutique store near the Presidio is committed to displaying internationally made items, with handmade items providing a touch of intimacy to the chic designs. And if you’re looking for something to treat yourself after an arduous day of furniture shopping, Baboo also boasts eclectic jewelry that will make any patron smile.

BaBoo, 3369 Sacramento St, San Francisco, CA, USA, +1 415 440 4255

Came across this neighborhood gem today. @baboo_sf #baboosf

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Plantation

Plantation is all about mixing materials and adding dimension to your home. Whether you’re hunting for rich textiles or a solid wood ottoman, Plantation has something for everyone. The boutique features primarily classic American designs, and locals around the city praise it for its custom furniture.

Plantation, 336 Hayes St, San Francisco, CA, USA, +1 415 565 0888

Fur and velvet #designlife #shopingday #bedding #interiors #throws #fur #velvet

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