Want to take a peek at our source list? Now is your chance! Check out a few of our favorite San Francisco sources for the most crucial design elements that go into creating a stylish and unique home. Enjoy!
Contemporary Lighting: DE SOUSA HUGHES, 2 Henry Adams Street Suite 220, San Francisco (To the Trade). The lighting collection at De Sousa Hughes is inspiring and of extremely high quality. Look no further for hand-crafted, customizable statement lighting.
Luxurious Fabrics: LEE JOFA, 101 Henry Adams Street Suite 490, San Francisco (To the Trade). Lee Jofa has thrived in the textiles industry for over two and a half centuries. It’s the place to head for sumptuous fabrics and classic prints.
Vintage Furniture: STUFF, 150 Valencia Street, San Francisco (Open to the Public). Stuff offers a range of vintage furniture, art, and home accessories, with an emphasis on mid-century pieces. Their newly expanded showroom has doubled in size!
Eco-Friendly Upholstery: CISCO HOME, 580 Hayes Street, San Francisco (Open to the Public). Cisco Home makes stylish, environmentally conscious upholstered items made with natural latex foam, organic wool, down, and FSC-certified woods.
Furniture & Cabinetry Hardware: E.M. HUNDLEY HARDWARE, 617 Bryant Street, San Francisco (Open to the Public). Hardware is the finishing touch on furniture, kitchen cabinets, and doors. Why scour the web when you can see hundreds of options in person at E.M. Hundley Hardware in SOMA?