Your Guide To San Francisco Interior Design 2022
It’s been a while since we’ve created a shopping guide, and since most home-related products are on backorder (or have been straight-up discontinued), now feels like the time, doesn’t it? Our team worked together to round up our favorite San Francisco shops that have in-stock decor you will love…and can access quickly!
And no, you won’t be sacrificing on style or quality with these shops. Quite the opposite. These are our best-kept secrets…
March SF is a designer’s go-to spot for beautiful, modern, and minimal kitchen decor and furnishings. This spot is more than just a place to shop. It’s also an art gallery representing artists with food themes. You can check out March SF on Sacramento St. in Pacific Heights, and while you’re at it, hit up all the home goods stores in the neighborhood.
Black & Gold
Located in Castro, Black & Gold boasts a carefully curated, quirky selection of vintage decor and accessories with a Mid-Century Modern slant. They also have reasonably priced new decor, such as glassware, coat hooks, and candlesticks. We love looking for client pieces here and always find something unique for our own homes, too. Guilty.
MMclay Ceramics Airstream
Visiting MMclay Ceramics Airstream is…one of a kind. The pottery studio is located in an Airstream in Hayes Valley and specializes in made-to-order pottery. They also have 5 tableware lines that are sure to catch your eye. Shopping or simply visiting is such a unique experience! Many SF restaurants use their timeless and earth-friendly dinnerware. They have primarily in-stock items and one-of-a-kind gifts for the pottery obsessed.
The Perish Trust
The Perish Trust is a modern-day general store with a collection of unique, locally sourced goods. This shop is full of vintage pieces, stationery, kitchenware, and apothecary finds. The Parish Trust is located in NOPA and is worth the trip to find that one-of-a-kind, heirloom-style decor.
Maker & Moss
In vibrant Hayes Valley, you’ll also find Maker & Moss. Maker & Moss is the city’s source for distinctive yet accessible furnishings filled with timelessness. We love to go there for simple, organic elements made with natural and sustainable materials like wood, metal, seagrass, and stone. Their products are also locally sourced from artists and craftspeople, and made with high-quality materials and thoughtful design. Everything we love.
We hope these shops give you plenty of inspiration—and in-stock decor—to help you create a home that truly expresses you and your family. Now, the hard question…which store will you visit first?