Home Furnishings, Art

Furniture, Art, Accessories

Aedicule Fine Framing  3225 Sacramento St.

Aedicule’s Peter Werkhoven is an awarded European master gilder and frame maker, specializing in the conservation of picture frames, antique objects and historical architecture.  

Anthem  3274 Sacramento St.

Janelle Loevner opened Anthem Home in 2008 to share her passion for residential design. Anthem Home occupies an old grocery store on Sacramento Street, in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights neighborhood. The store features an open interior with gorgeous coffered ceilings and Italian Limestone floors. Anthem Home offers an exclusive collection of home decor, tabletop, lighting, furniture, accessories, jewelry and gifts to discerning Bay Area clientele and Interior Design Professionals.

Anthem Bed & Bath  3296 Sacramento St.

Anyon    3452 Sacramento St. ATELIER
Anyon Atelier is a home design boutique and art gallery, located in San Francisco’s prestigious Presidio Heights neighborhood. The Atelier is inspired by founder Lindsay Brier’s adjoining interior design firm, and offers the best of vintage and modern California.

This includes a carefully curated assortment of products, which focuses on local and artisan made goods. Lindsay’s collection of vintage finds adds another layer of timeless design. The representation of fine artists, such as photographers Cesar Ancelle Hansen and Michael Gaillard, rounds out Anyon’s offerings, and has cemented the gallery as a destination for art collectors. Since its launch in 2013, the Atelier has quickly become a favorite of leading publications, such as C Magazine, House Beautiful, and SF Magazine. This year it was named the best shop for home decor in San Francisco. Shop our collection here.

Baboo 3356 Sacramento St.

from the SF Chronicle: “a flock of wire birds soaring on the wall by Yossi Paled; photographer Roni Ben Simchon’s scenes of everyday life in India and Israel printed on 75-by-40-inch canvas; ceramic vases that look like paper; and jewelry by Tovi Farber. Not to be missed is the store’s namesake lighting collection designed by close friends in Tel Aviv. The showstopper: hanging Sultana pendant lamps made with Italian glass, crystal and a shade printed on film. The Sultana can be customized in any size and style with hundreds of patterns to choose from. It typifies the standard of handcrafted artistry Chay strives for.”

Beautiful Orchids 3319 Sacramento St.

BOGA Oriental Rugs 3499 Sacramento St.

Bright on Presidio  344 Presidio Ave.

At Bright on Presidio, we have a strong point of view about lighting.  We believe distinctive lighting should supply exceptional light quality, utilize optimal technology and create an inspired design aesthetic. Strong working relationships with manufacturers and designers in Italy, France, England and Germany have allowed us to compose a unique collection and to provide our customers  both distinctive lighting products and exceptional service.

Whether you choose a light from our evolving collection for the clarity of the glass, beautifully finished metal, innovation of design, or LED lighting effects, you will find a unifying aspect among all our products- authentic design and superior quality.  We believe that nothing affects our daily lives more fundamentally than the light by which we work and live.

Caitlin Wilson 412 Presidio Ave.  I’m a passionate interior designer, wife, and mother. Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, I grew up with a love for beautiful art and design. I started Caitlin Wilson Design in 2007 and have been blessed with great success designing spaces from San Francisco to the Cayman Islands. My work has appeared in several magazines worldwide and is featured in Celerie Kemble’s book, Black & White: (and a bit in between). Pattern and color are my forte, the foundation on which I design my spaces.

CISCO furniture Francisco Pinedo, 53, is chief executive of Cisco Bros., a fast-growing manufacturer known for environmentally friendly design and practices in its home furnishings business. Carrying the Cisco nickname that Pinedo has answered to since his childhood in Mexico, six Cisco Home stores operate in California. The company’s furniture, which ranges in price from $595 to $12,000, also shows in a gallery at New York City’s ABC Carpet & Home. Revenue has been growing about 20% a year for the past five years, Pinedo said, and the company has branched into new products, including textiles. “We’re not contemporary or traditional,” he said. “We try to cover the entire architectural landscape of Los Angeles.” …read more

de Gourney Wallpaper 3681 Sacramento St. de Gournay helps realise your dreams of a perfect interior. Whether creating a dinner service or Chinoiserie room, a 19th century French Papier Peint or a gold-leaf ceiling, each person who plays a part in bringing this item to life is trained by and works full-time for de Gournay. Our Artisans are experts in the types of clay mixtures, methods of glaze application and temperatures of firing for any piece of porcelain or, indeed, the correct choice of decorative detail and colour for 18th century inspired, hand-painted Chinese wallpapers. This immense knowledge, down to the smallest of details, constitutes the unique strength of the company.

Found by Maja  3484 Sacramento St.With an eclectic style that fuses approachable elegance and refined yet exotic details, her work inspires a sense of place and emotion. Her vintage collection is procured from marketplaces and artisan-friends around the globe. Establishing collaborative relationships and supporting economic opportunity for people in under-resourced communities, from Morocco to India and beyond, is integral to Maja’s approach and collection.

The Future Perfect 3085 Sacramento St.

Hudson Grace    3350 Sacramento St.

Founded in 2012 with its first location in San Francisco’s stylish Presidio Heights neighborhood, Hudson Grace originates from the minds and hearts of best friends and cofounders Monelle Totah and Gary McNatton. Now expanded to five locations in Northern and Southern California, including the newly opened Brentwood Country Mart shop, Hudson Grace is itself a product of the juxtaposition of the duos’ aesthetics and joint pedigree in retail and design. Her eclectic yet refined style pairs with his love for modern, simple yet soulful silhouettes to form the brand’s timeless and covetable identity and accessible approach to home design and gracious entertaining.

Jessie Black 3252 Sacramento St. In the Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco, in the heart of Sacramento Street—the city’s premier design corridor—an Edwardian that dates back to 1906 is now home to the Jessie Black boutique. Step inside to discover a refined and creative world, reminiscent of spending time in an old friend’s apartment.

Lebreton Gallery  3307 Sacramento St.  \· Collections · Ceramics · Furniture · Paintings · Works on paper · Sculptures · Artists · M. ABAKANOWICZ · Felix AGOSTINI · ARMAN · Kenneth ARMITAGE · Hanneke BEAUMONT · Michel BOYER · Jagoda BUIC · CESAR · Lynn CHADWICK · Robert COURTRIGHT · Robert COUTURIER · Jean DERVAL …

March  3075 Sacramento St.    from Rip and Tan: “Located on Sacramento Street in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights neighborhood, MARCH is the creation of owner Sam Hamilton, and an endless source of inspiration for kitchen, pantry and table. An impeccably curated and merchandised destination for all things clean, classic and beautifully made, it is a must-visit when I am in town, and one that I never leave empty-handed.”

Monique Arnon Art & Antiques  3480 Sacramento St.

No Deadlines Custom Furniture  3562 Sacramento St.

Poetica Art & Antiques  3461 Sacramento St.  When I opened  this store in 2011, my hope was that the passerby might stop and look in — and the inquisitive can’t resist coming in…. and those willing and eager indulge themselves —- purchasing and adding to their own home environments with unique and meaningful acquisitions.  After 6 years of business I  have the great pleasure of seeing my dream realized.  Please come by and take a look or take a look at my online store.

St. Frank 3665 Sacramento St. We provide our customers with beautiful and authentic home luxuries by partnering with artisans from around the world and sharing the story of their incredible work.

Serena & Lily Design Shop  3457 Sacramento St.   “We believe that the formula for a happy home is different for everyone.
It’s not about subscribing to one look or following a set of rules.
It’s about trusting your instincts and making it up as you go.
Discovering your personal style and expressing it with confidence.
Creating a world that’s more colorful, more comfortable, more meaningful more true. A beautiful backdrop for the life well-lived.

Sue Fisher King 3067 Sacramento St.   Sue Fisher King opened her store in 1978 with the same purpose that she is still fulfilling today…to bring her discoveries in home design and gifts to the customers who are enticed by her selections.

She makes frequent trips to find special things, both sophisticated and rustic, brings them home to San Francisco and oh-so-carefully fits them all into her cozy little store.

Enter the store, and you are bathed in rich textures and colors and be surrounded by the finest in home furnishings. Explore—and you are dazzled by carefully displayed gems and the warm charm of Sue Fisher King and her friendly and experienced sales staff.

Sue naturally creates a luscious environment and levity, just by being who she is: a fun, worldly, innovative woman who tells a story, and brings it to you in each piece she selects.

SFK has been a landmark in San Francisco for nearly 40 years, and is thought of by many as “the only place to shop.”

T. Reggiardo Antiques 3599 Sacramento St.

Thos. Moser Handmade Furniture 3395 Sacramento St. Thos. Moser, designers and makers of handmade American furniture, was founded by Thomas Moser in 1972 in Maine. With an emphasis on craftsmanship, our pieces made with northern American hardwood celebrate the natural beauty of solid wood; are of simple, unadorned, graceful lines; and are handcrafted for a lifetime of use.

TWIGA 3333 Sacramento St. Twiga is from Tanzania and began collecting African Art in 1987. Her first piece was a mask from the Makonde tribe. At that time, very few people were familiar with Makonde art other than the work made in ebony. Twiga shared her knowledge of the Makonde works with other Tribal Art dealers who purchased important works from her. This helped establish her reputation as an important dealer of Tribal Art with an emphasis on African art.

Wisteria Antique Decorative Prints  3248 Sacramento St.

Woodchuck Antiques  3597 Sacramento St.