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For Custom Designs
Serena & Lily, the beloved online home retailer, just opened its first-ever brick-and-mortar store. The showroom lets you play out your interior-design fantasies with 350-plus swatches and samples. So that custom bedding you’ve always wanted? It could finally become a reality.
Serena & Lily, 3457 Sacramento St.; serenaandlily.com
For Natural Accents
Wood, bone, coral--Anyon Atelier is brimming with decor inspired by the elements, all curated by Bay Area native and interior designer Lindsay Brier. Zero in on the geode crystal coasters ($65 for a set of four) for an au naturel look that’s right on trend.
Anyon Atelier, 3452 Sacramento St.; anyondesign.com
For Antique Serving Ware
The seasoned entertainer will appreciate Hudson Grace’s array of ceramic tureens, white marble platters and antique hotel silver. But for anyone who doesn’t want to risk breaking fine china, rustic wooden serve boards and farm-table planks ($195 each) are sturdier--yet equally elegant--alternatives.
Hudson Grace, 3350 Sacramento St.; hudsongracesf.com
For Ladies Who Lunch
You’ll need to refuel at some point, so make a stop at swanky yet charming Spruce. You can grab a juicy burger (one of the best in town) and fries for less than $20. Request a spot at the grand mirrored bar so you can people-watch while you nosh.
Spruce, 3640 Sacramento St.; sprucesf.com
For Salts and Spices
March is a mecca for upscale kitchenware and pantry items. Head here for the most expensive kosher salt on the market ($80 for 2.5 pounds)--a great gift for that picky chef friend who thinks she has it all. For the everyday cook, their special blend of Madras curry ($11 for 0.9 ounces) is a must-have.
March, 3075 Sacramento St.; marchsf.com
For European Flair
Israeli native Galit Chay brings her European design sensibility to BaBoo, one of the latest additions to the block. The whole store is swoon-worthy, but Gaga and Design’s playful woven COD chairs (starting at $1,155) are begging to go home with you.
BaBoo, 3369 Sacramento St.; baboosf.com
We could easily spend hours on Pinterest searching for that perfect macramé wall hanging for our home. But sometimes we just want to spend an afternoon scouring actual design stores to outfit our pad.
And that’s where Sacramento Street comes in.
Sandwiched between Pacific Heights and Presidio Heights, this peaceful stretch is lined with candy-colored Victorians and sleek shops. So whether you’d just like to admire a $14,000 bronze coffee table or look for an accent piece with a much friendlier price tag, we’ve highlighted the best home-decor stores to visit on a Saturday afternoon.
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