The mix of antique and new home items at this Russian Hill destination is masterful: You'll find metal alphabet letters as well as a selection of vintage lab beakers and flasks. From San Francisco's Marina and Russian Hill neighborhood store listing.
We were won over by designer Kenneth Wingard's candy-color ceramic vases—they're all you need to perk up a room. From San Francisco's Marina and Russian Hill neighborhood store listing.
This totally modern dry-goods shop carries decorative housewares, stationery, and fierce clothes from smaller cult labels. From San Francisco's Mission neighborhood store listing.
This is a store-cum-gallery unlike anything we've seen in the city. Instead of overflowing with merchandise, the space feels curated, with unusual items such as a cheeky bronze-cast cocktail stirrer next to macabre skull pendants. From San Francisco's Mission neighborhood store listing.
Offering vintage lamps, Bakelite cigarette cases, and retro-fabulous vases, this teeny oasis of cool displays new art every three months. From San Francisco's Mission neighborhood store listing.
The ambiance is purely Parisian here in this charming shop sequestered in a Pike Place Market courtyard. Find a plethora of bath and body care, Votivo candles, French linens, vintage items gleaned from Paris flea markets, and other little luxuries. From Seattle's Downtown neighborhood store listing.
Sisters Katie and Amy Carson travel the world to scour for great finds, many made from recycled materials. From Seattle's Fremont neighborhood store listing.
This shop is quintessential Fremont—artsy and quirky. It's an accessories haven, with shoes from Giraudon, Biviel, Audley, Espace, and Campers, as well as Haviana flip-flops, and handbags from Cynthia Rowley, Trina Turk, Latico, Hobo, Angela Adams, and Robert Heros. From Seattle's Fremont neighborhood store listing.
We count on this sunny little shop for great gifts and modern home accents. From Seattle's West Seattle neighborhood store listing.
This decor and gift boutique presents unusual items from around the world—French glazed ceramic dinnerware, and Italian satin and velvet cushions—to local shoppers with a global aesthetic. From San Francisco's Pacific Heights neighborhood store listing.