10 Must-Visit Design Stores in San Francisco
San Francisco is amongst the most creative cities in America, stemming from its rich history, prolific array of industries and, of course, a widespread love for design. In the city, you can always count on finding small, independently-curated boutiques to inspire your next creative move—whether that’s styling your home at The Harrison or collecting vintage pieces with a distinct San Francisco flair. Below, take a look at our residents’ 10 favorite design stores throughout the city.
1. March SF
If you’re looking to freshen up your kitchen or pantry, March SF is a high-end boutique that offers chic culinary supplies, rustic tables, serving pieces and gourmet ingredients.
2. St. Frank
Replete with handcrafted items from around the world, St. Frank features a collection of sustainably sourced and produced home goods.
3. General Store
The General Store is a California-minded emporium with a carefully curated mix of clothing, books, artisanal household items and furniture—all with an eclectic kick.
4. Coup D’Etat
An unwavering resident favorite, Coup D’Etat offers chic furnishings that range from tables to seating, lighting and art, affording an overall contemporary aesthetic.
5. Anthem Home
The ever-stylish Anthem Home carries a range of unique antique and modern furniture, lighting and decorative home accessories.
6. Jessie Black
This revered workshop and luxury boutique in Pacific Heights features high-end bedding, antiques and art from artisans all over the world.
7. Hudson Grace
Hudson Grace is the preeminent purveyor of timeless decor for those who love to entertain, offering classic and modern tableware, linens and candles.
8. Super Simple
Specializing in minimalism, Super Simple features an array of decor items that are handmade, unique and, overall, aesthetically clean and simple.
9. Black and Gold
Black and Gold is a beautifully curated space of vintage furnishings, lighting, home accessories and art.
10. Jay Jeffers
Jay Jeffers offers livable luxury and a harmonious mixture of vintage, contemporary and antique furnishing pieces that have been carefully curated and collected over time.