What You'll Get
Because a home has no discernible belly button for bejeweling pizzazz, it must turn to other places for personal ornamentation. For $20, today's Groupon gets you $45 worth of stylish home décor at Bae on Sacramento Street in Pacific Heights. As spring cleaning makes way for new décor, head to Bae for a variety of chic items that blend antique charms with modern sensibilities to give any living space a pristine aesthetic peppering.
Bae opens its doors on a bazaar setting of international decorations and house wares. The influence of the city itself works its way into hand-selected crafts, many of which are designed and constructed by local artists. A tremendous stock of game-changing accents that are well suited to a variety of tastes can give any home a winsome makeover. While today's deal is only good for in-store purchases, the online shop provides curious customers with a look into what populates the live shop's shelves and tables. A wealth of eye-catching knick-knacks is available for less than $45, such as elegant and punctual small black sand hourglasses ($24.95) and natural basswood cheeseboards to lend a forester's touch to elegant cheddar carving ($22).
Whether you're looking to spruce up your digs or give a chic housewarming gift, the friendly design gurus at Bae are happy to help you find the piece to fit with your personality or charm the amethyst earrings off your new gemologist neighbor. Various candleholders are readily available for rustic electricity-free evenings, and benevolent homeowners can even decorate themselves with a selection of artisan jewelry. Today's deal gives customers the opportunity to buy and use two Groupons at once, doubling their spending value to be used toward larger purchases. Stylish home furnishings make a wonderful gift to a faithful foyer, living room, or abandoned neighbor who is trying to convince their own home to come back home.
- Bae is this incredibly sweet little home decor shop in San Francisco. Unlike one of the places on Sacramento Street (the place shall remain nameless) the person working at Bae was really nice and friendly. – Shira Abel Shvo, Tchochkes
- In the case of Bae, the 7-month old Laurel Heights home accessories store which David co-owns with Matt Bissinger, it's also a statement of their philosophy. Stocking only "the most unusual, unique, and high quality" nature-inspired home accessories ("an eclectic blend of modern living with old world charm," as their website describes it), Bae keeps the organic thing fresh by importing merchandise (much of it from Europe) that you don't see elsewhere. – Apartment Therapy
- Newcomer Bae should be your first stop for housewarming gifts. Charming ceramic napkin rings by Rae Dunn that proclaim “Dine,” “Eat” and “Savor” will surely have the recipient saying “Thanks.” The store also carries glass art, candles and home fragrances. – Kasey Clark, 7x7
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 6, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 2 per visit. Must use in single visit. Tax not included. No cash back. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.