Favorite SF Design and Furniture Stores

Almond Harzog - Lounge Chair by Richard Arthschwager

Almond Harzog - Lounge Chair by Richard Arthschwager

Having been a ranch & winery owner and homeowner several times over, I've grown to love unique design and furniture. Curating pieces that are regional and hand-made, or one of a kind, make your home design your own.

Here are 5 local, cool SF design and furniture boutiques where you will find that special piece.

1. Propeller Modern - Hayes Valley

Featuring furniture and accessories by local, emerging and other North American independent designers, their staff offers plenty of design knowledge, will let you know about each piece and are poised to help!

55 Hayes Street 415-701-7767 Website

2. Almond Hartzog - Bernal Heights

Here's well you can find collectible 20th century furniture and art. Seating, lighting, tables, accessories from the world over. 

111 Rhode Island Street 415-355-1200 Website

3. Dogfork Lamp Arts

From custom design & fabrication to antique lighting restoration, conversions, lamp repair and every type of wiring; the team at Dogfork are craftsmen and designers who provide opinions, fabricate, solve problems and meet all your lighting needs. Have an old something you want turned into a lamp? Drop by the warehouse to witness an ever-changing selection of fixtures, lamps and one-of-a-kind Dogfork designs. 

1000 Quesada Avenue 415-431-6727 Website

4. Heath Ceramics - Mission District

Check out their retail space in the Mission District. The gallery space and retail showroom with newsstand, viewing court, and Tartine for coffee, lunch and snacks is part of their factory where Heath tile is produced. Purchase dinnerware, tableware, tile and tabletop design items. 

2900 18th Street 415-361-5552 Website

5. Industrious Life - Dogpatch

Carefully curated furniture, both vintage and modern, accessories and lighting are featured by Industrious Life whose motto is "Thoughtful design for inspired living" and showcase, handmade minimalist designs. Where art and industry intersect.

1095 Tennessee Street 415-349-3479 Website

There are plenty more places to shop to bring Modern American Glamour to your home, like the Jonathan Adler Boutique on Fillmore Street in Pacific Heights or Z Gallerie on Union Street in Cow Hollow. Connect with me for more referrals.

Cynthia Palmer, Realtor with Vanguard Properties, is a lot city and a little bit country representing buyers and sellers of fine homes in San Francisco, Sonoma and Napa Wine Country. Connect with Cynthia to find out more about how to achieve success when buying or selling your home in the Bay Area.