Furniture in San Francisco


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  • 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
  • Funky Furniture
    Custom California made sofas, reproduction sofas, mid-mod classics, imported discount Mid-Century Modern sofa in stock!
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    1100 Folsom St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Foamorder.Com
    Many of FoamOrder's organic mattresses swaddle sleepers in Natural Sense organic foam crafted from rubber-tree sap and free-trade clouds. The all-natural fibers of the mattresses?which come in five levels of firmness?encourage restful, stress-free slumber by resisting dust mites, mold, and the temptation to cheat on the SATs. Customers can clothe skinny twins ($850.07?$1,698.50) in certified-organic-wool mattress protectors with water-resistant, needle-punched fibers ($59.95?$98.85 for a twin), and teens sleep in style with full bed sets that include a headboard ($129), box springs ($195), and a bed frame ($54.95). Floorboard-phobic foam-lovers can hoist beds out of harm's way with a Captain?s bed frame ($780.80 for a queen), which stands 15.25 inches off the ground, eliminating the need to memorize lengthy levitation spells.
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    1325 Howard Street
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Boconcept San Francisco
    With retail locations in more than 50 countries around the world, BoConcept crafts unique and modern Danish furnishings that can be customized to suit one's home. Today?s deal lets homeowners apply $150 toward the purchase of any in-store item after partaking of a complimentary 90-minute in-home consultation from one of BoConcept's trained professionals. Using existing furniture as a starting point, a BoConcept designer will craft a complete floor plan before presenting homeowners with a 3-D rendering of living spaces and possible solutions at a second in-store visit. Redecorate homes to host games of Connect Four around a walnut-and-chrome coffee table ($449) or accessorize offices with a pearly white-lacquer table desk ($579). Through its modular design structure, many BoConcept design elements can be customized to tailor the color, height, handles, and shelving to the client?s preferences. Homeowners can also peruse BoConcept?s bevy of accent pieces, including sleek and slender floor lamps, as well as other reading prerequisites like armchairs, bookcases, and espresso cups to fuel hours of late-night studying or mornings spent copying the encyclopedia word for word.
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    101 Townsend Street
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Mid Century Møbler
    Mid Century Møbler's owner, Julian Goldklang, filled 5,000 square feet with mid-century furniture and nothing else. Goldklang explained the no-frills showroom to California Home+Design: "Though you're entering a humble space, you'll leave thinking of the dresser or desk whose striking shape and craftsmanship left your senses overwhelmed." There are pieces aplenty to accomplish this goal. Every corner of the showroom is filled with secretary desks, credenzas, tea carts, lounge chairs with clean lines and charming Danish accents, pendant and table lights, and eclectic accessories. Goldklang replenishes his site and showroom weekly with the appealing vintage furnishings, ensuring that no one has to be without a teak draw-leaf dining table for too long.
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    1220 Shotwell St.
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Viracocha
    Named for the Incan creator god, Viracocha is one of the most out-there retail environments in all of San Francisco. Ostensibly a vintage shop, this wigged-out space doubles as a performance venue for experimental theater and folksy indie rock – and is also a damn fine place to purchase a lovingly restored typewriter. A slightly inexplicable, immersive experience, to step off Valencia Street into Viracocha is to be seduced by a vision that is at once intimate and unapproachably weird, fronted by a fire-engine-red clawfoot bathtub. The sometimes dusty corners may not look as if they’ve been touched in years, but owner-curator Jonathan Siegel seems to prefer it that way, letting the space itself – and all the oddities it holds –unfold like a garage sale in extremely slow-motion.
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    998 Valencia St
    San Francisco, CA US

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