A top supplier of high-quality home furnishings since 1991, Sitcom Furniture's outlet store keeps your dwelling's décor stylish and eclectic with a massive array of discontinued items still in their original packaging. Give your favorite coffee table book a luxurious lectern with the Ella coffee table ($99 for table and base), or holster your bottomside in a Rae 25" stool white chair ($99). The Audrey rectangular mirror—Java Fa ($99) broadcasts a crystal-clear, high-definition image of your face, allowing you to check your teeth for food without the aid of a court artist, and accessories such as a dark orange Baden large floor vase ($70) will add a splash of color to your home. You can also apply the value of your Groupon toward bigger-ticket items, such as beds, armoires, sofas, and desks.
Pottery & Beyond offers a full product line of designer's pottery, stone & bamboo landscaping accents and bamboo plants & succulents since 2003. We strive to deliver a highly satisfying shopping experience through offering great products combined with dedicated customer service.
Since 1976, the environmentally conscious staff at The Futon Shop has stocked futons, furniture, and frames built from chemical-free cotton, natural latex, and hybrid soy foam, among other virtuous ingredients. Cushy mattresses, vibrantly shaded futon covers, and platform beds preserve the earth’s bounty as effectively as they accommodate human bodies and under-the-bed monsters. Homeowners can also illuminate domiciles with eco-friendly Eangee lamps, which have a carbon footprint of nearly zero and are manufactured by workers who earn a living wage. Even little ones can enjoy the environmentalist furnishings by napping on an organic crib mattress nestled in a bunny white baby crib.
Committed equally to modern aesthetics and environmental consciousness, each item in Teak Me Home’s collection of sleekly styled furniture is constructed from reclaimed teak. The wood—reclaimed teak, approximately 100 years old and salvaged from houses being demolished—is resurfaced and air-dried before artisans give it new life in dining tables, consoles, dressers, and other household furnishings. To further help reduce its environmental impact, Teak Me Home donates 1% of all sales to Conservation International to help preserve Earth’s forests.
For Books Inc., it's been a long road, and if you trace the lines back to its origins, it's California's oldest bookstore. After striking gold—literally—back in 1851, Anton Roman set up shop as a bookseller. Although the shop moved, was sold, burned down, changed hands again, and was rebuilt, the spirit remained intact, and today, multiple locations of the indie bookstore have sprouted up across The Golden State. Staff members keep the shelves lined with classic and contemporary tomes in all genres, and a myriad of book clubs help keep the love of literature alive. They also run a vibrant event program featuring author events and readings where patrons can enjoy an experience they can't download.
Housed in a historical turn-of-the-century storefront, Home 101’s airy shop is brimming with carefully curated vintage items and eclectic gifts. In the penthouse portion of a weathered wooden cabinet, a flock of Stonehouse olive oils and vinegars ($14–$24) preens in preparation for its yearly migration to local kitchens, and a bevy of June Taylor preserves and syrups ($12–$18) sits patiently on the floor below. At the same time on a nearby table, a menagerie of Soap and Paper Factory hand creams, candles, perfume solids and soaps ($8–$28) struts brightly patterned packaging plumage in a futile attempt to impress the stony faces of David Dexter’s pastel-colored wood-panel portraits ($16–$24).