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Dining Room Furniture in Castro, San Francisco


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  • 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
  • Bernal Cutlery
    Having begun at 331 Cortland, the small-business incubator space in Bernal Hill, Bernal Cutlery became one of its most successful graduates – and retained its name after relocating to the Mission. The wondrous, old-timey knife shop on Guerrero Street is not merely a place to get a dull edge sharpened on a proper Japanese whetstone, it’s where San Francisco’s home chefs learn to filet fish and chop vegetables according to the proper techniques. While heavy on Japanese blades, Bernal Cutlery stocks an amazing assortment of professional kitchen tools that are, quite literally, cutting-edge. Co-owner Josh Donald’s collection of pocketknives and other vintage cutting implements makes for an almost fantastic visual display as well, all from within the old-timey storefront, complete with hand-painted glass signage.
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    593 Guerrero St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Mickey's Monkey
    While shooting the biopic Milk, the film’s production designer regularly stopped in to Mickey’s Monkey for props and set decorations. A haven for all the kitschy bric-a-brac of yesteryear, there’s no telling what you’ll find on a given day; recent hauls have included antique microscopes and ceramic frogs.
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    214 Pierce St
    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
  • Aldea Design
    “I’d love to live naked but it’s cold outside” proclaims both a set of pillows and the general zeitgeist at Aldea Home. This spacious Valencia Street showroom is San Francisco’s graphically advanced answer to the middling stodginess of Pottery Barn or Bed, Bath and Beyond. Every facet of contemporary design, from wrapping paper to chandeliers, gets a fresh update for the current times. Framed woodcut contour maps of the Bay Area and Maui preside over entire bedroom sets made for people who won’t settle for an accent wall or a color splash. Aldea Home is for those who want every last piece of décor to embody a very specific vision for the home: bold tastes, accessorized.
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    890 Valencia Street
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Rare Device
    Rare Device is, simply, good stuff for you, your home and your kids. The storefront is a place to promote designers, artists and artisans plus help them grow by taking on new projects and collaborations.
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    1845 Market St
    San Francisco, CA US