Interior Painting in San Francisco


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  • Joey Chandler Photography
    Over the years, Joey Chandler has camped in Marin, hiked the coast near the Golden Gate Bridge, and biked through local parks. It was during one of these excursions that Mr. Chandler was struck by an idea: it would be great if a photographer were here to document the adventure. Hence, the concept of family adventure photography was born. Before these outings, Mr. Chandler talks with families about their routines and what outdoor locations they'd like to explore. The photographer then travels with families to the chosen locale and photographs the day's events, such as a child mischievously peeking around a tree, a mother and son candidly hugging after picking pumpkins, or a family making their way down a serene forest path without the aid of a minivan for the first time. When not out exploring, Mr. Chandler shoots during in-home sessions and at the occasional wedding.
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    96 Forbes Avenue
    San Rafael, CA US
  • Bimma Loft
    In the heart of SOMA's buzzing neighborhood, Bimma Loft features some of the coolest and most stylish furniture.
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    681 4th Street
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Books & Bookshelves
    Books & Bookshelves has much more character than its no-nonsense name implies. For starters, they sell an entire collection of furniture, most of which is custom made. Clients can submit measurements, rough sketches, and even photos of similar pieces they like, which the carpenters use to build one-of-a-kind pieces such as bookcases. Projects can be left unfinished, like Beethoven's 10th chicken wing, or they can be finished with the client's choice of stain or paint. To fill their newly built bookshelves, customers can shop a library of poetry books written and published by locals. Likewise, a diverse selection of paintings, photography, and even puzzles has all been crafted by area artisans. Shoppers can learn more about the writers and artists at Books & Bookshelves' special events, which have ranged from queer poetry readings to celebrations of W.H. Auden.
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    99 Sanchez Street
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Gravel and Gold
    The striking, geometric, full-spectrum thunderbird that graces the entrance to Gravel & Gold looks like the combination of retro-future graphics and some Incan trickster god. It’s a good indication of the boutique’s prevailing design: almost everything comes in bold prints. This Mission shop is a repository of pillows, satchels, bags, tank-tops, napkins and bangles, nearly all of them striped or otherwise patterned, and curated from the Bay Area’s vibrant maker culture, as well as their in-house brand. Gravel & Gold stocks home décor and women’s apparel only, but from fountain pens to face mists, it’s a great place for a spree to keep that closet and workspace looking effortlessly stylish. They also offer inventive workshops, where individuals can learn to fashion macramé plant hangers. All in all, few Mission boutiques can boast such attention to craftsmanship.
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    3266 21st Street
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Therapy
    If you’ve just relocated to San Francisco and need an instantly furnished dwelling, or if you’re just looking to freshen up the living room with a focal point in the form of a rivet-studded ottoman, Therapy is the source. As one of ten locations around the Bay Area, the Valencia Street shop – two adjacent storefronts, really – carries everything from cowhide rugs to metal wall sculptures to hollow glass coffee tables. Nothing is muted and everything is style-forward, an ethos also found on the clothing side of things. An unequal ratio of women’s-to-men’s prevails, but stalwart San Franciscans of all genders know the keyword for looking good is “layers,” and this contemporary boutique has it all, from undershirts to oven mitts. Sunglasses and boots, bags and bracelets, there’s ordinary retail therapy and then there’s actual Therapy.
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    541 Valencia St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Handy Petes Christmas Light Hanging
    Pete Spediacci was not only gifted with this grandfather's name but also his knack for fixing up homes. So it only made sense when he took over the family house-painting business, which was originally established in 1926. To this day, Pete upholds his grandfather's mission of offering quality care to each customer, whether he?s painting the interior and exteriors of houses and office buildings, decorating them with Christmas lights, or installing rooftop landing strips for future alien invasions. The licensed, bonded, and insured handyman also instills a long list of safety precautions as he properly handles and disposes of cleaning solutions and paint residue.
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    190 Maynard St.
    San Francisco, CA US
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