Revitaliste's Guide to Sacramento Street

A San Francisco Design Destination

Sacramento Street Shopping Guide | San Francisco

For those of us who prescribe to the design-is-never-done mantra, we’re forever in search of new inspiration and objects to feather our nests. One of our favorite destinations to satiate our design-inspo cravings is Sacramento Street. Located in San Francisco’s Presidio Heights neighborhood, the beautifully manicured, tree-lined street is a a design-lover’s oasis. From unique local wares, fabulous vintage finds and exotic treasures from afar, there’s a slim chance you’ll come home empty-handed. We’ve pulled together our favorite stops to fuel your creativity…and your bodies. Enjoy!


Revitaliste | Sacramento Street Shopping Guide | St Frank Textiles | San Francisco

St Frank

St Frank partners with artisans around the world to feature a unique array of heritage crafts with a story. Handmade global textiles by the yard, from mud cloth to kilim and beyond, get our creative juices flowing… wondering what fantastic piece we can revitalize next, or is a custom pillow project in store?

Must Buy: a globally-inspired fabric for a Revitaliste custom pillow project, a tabletop curiosity for your favorite traveler, a cookbook of worldly cuisine

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photos by Christine Tusher

Revitaliste | Sacramento Street Shopping Guide | de Gournay | San Francisco

de Gournay

For exquisite hand-painted wallpaper and fabrics, you’ve arrived. Get lost perusing the beautiful panels and allow inspiration to envelop you. They offer beautiful damasks and other traditional fabrics. de Gournay papers and fabrics are some of our favorites for truly transformative revitalizations.

Must Buy: the fabric or wallpaper for your next Revitaliste project

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Revitaliste | Sacramento Street Shopping Guide | Found by Maja | San Francisco

Found by Maja

A passionate treasure hunter, Maja travels the globe to gather and share special textiles, rugs, furnishings, lighting and decorative home accessories. The result is a soulful and eclectic mix of revitalization-worthy vintage finds and special pieces that call out for the resurgence of cocktail hour.

Must Buy: imported one-of-a-kind textiles, vintage barware, treasures from far away destinations

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Revitaliste | Sacramento Street Shopping Guide | Serena and Lily | San Francisco

Serena & Lily

Our guide would be remiss to forget Serena & Lily. While it is a national brand with storefronts in 12 locales, Serena & Lily offers quintessential California style that deftly pairs with finds from the other local, one-of-a-kind stops on our list.

Must Buy: anything woven or caned, a perfect wooden stool, or an earthy beaded chandelier.

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Revitaliste | Sacramento Street Shopping Guide | Anyon Atelier | San Francisco

Anyon Atelier

Walking into Anyon is an instant dose of happiness. Surrounded by beautiful things at every turn that are always changing, you’ll find no-brainer buys and investment pieces alike. Anyon curates a wonderful selection of vibrant books, accessories, and furnishings, as well as an exciting mix of photography.

Must Buy: coffee table books, statement photography, earthy furnishings

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Revitaliste | Sacramento Street Shopping Guide | Decoration by Allison Caccoma | San Francisco

Allison Caccoma Decoration

A touch of New England on the West Coast – Interior Designer, Allison Caccoma brings classic East Coast style to San Francisco. From featured collections such as Bunny Williams Home, Christopher Spitzmiller, Inc, and John Rosselli Antiques to her own hand-selected curation of one-of-a-kind vintage pieces, the shop’s offering is as wonderful and thoughtful as it is timeless and elegant.

Must Buy: an East Coast antique

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Revitaliste | Sacramento Street Shopping Guide | Hudson Grace | San Francisco

Hudson Grace

Our must-stop before entertaining, Hudson Grace’s collection of modern serving, dinner, and glass wares are authentic, not-too-precious and meant to be used and loved. From the namesake votives with the most magical scents, to the dramatic display of hand carved wood boards and bowls we’ve never gone wrong with a new goody from HG.

Must Buy: a dramatic cutting board, vibrant linen napkins in every color, signature candles

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Revitaliste | Sacramento Street Shopping Guide | Baboo | San Francisco


BaBoo’s collection of international statement pieces never fails to impress. Whether you’re seeking a conversation piece or that perfect accent for a dull corner, you’re sure to be covered here. A bespoke lighting collection, largely sourced from Mediterranean artists, shines with uniqueness.

Must Buy: an African felted bowl, a molded plywood statement table, an oversized knot floor cushion

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Revitaliste | Sacramento Street Shopping Guide | Baboo | San Francisco

Anthem Home / Anthem Bed & Bath

Not one but two storefronts make up Anthem Home and Anthem Bed & Bath. A favorite destination for a special gift or to find that perfect accent piece, Anthem offers beautiful elegant finds from floor to ceiling and a gracious and friendly staff to help you find what you didn’t know you needed.

Must Buy: a hand-carved backgammon set to elevate any coffee table, or sculptural adornments to create a perfect shelfie

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Revitaliste | Sacramento Street Shopping Guide | The Future Perfect | San Francisco

The Future Perfect

An oasis of maximum inspiration, The Future Perfect offers a respite along your afternoon’s journey to explore the intersection of design and art. After swooning over the incredible pieces in two street level gallery spaces, head out back for a mini meditation in the very zen garden. Industry insiders are invited to make their way upstairs to

Must Buy: incredible one-of-a-kind glass sculptural object from “Menagerie” by John Hogan, currently on display

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Revitaliste | Sacramento Street Shopping Guide | March | San Francisco


Curated to perfection, every turn at March includes a heavenly vignette that makes us want to break out our iPhones for an Instagram moment. Do it, and then take a minute to rouse your inner culinary genius, sign up for an event a la “Grilled Cheese Monday”, and let your stomach start a pre-dinner rumble. There are plenty of incredible wares to take your kitchen skills up a notch, or simply elevate take-out.

Must Buy: a perfect steel skillet, a Tuscan handmade vase, blood orange hibiscus jam

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Revitaliste | Sacramento Street Shopping Guide | Sue Fisher King | San Francisco

Sue Fisher King

A San Francisco landmark for 40 years, SFK offers a curated story of many journeys around the world. A destination to discover artisanal objects and accessories sourced with a passion for uncovering lovely and unique treasures with a touch of whimsy from tabletop to textiles.

Must Buy: adorable baby clothes, Arcades & Mak handmade French dinnerware, Porthault handkerchiefs

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Revitaliste | Sacramento Street Shopping Guide | As Quoted | San Francisco

As Quoted

Toast and a hot beverage are the name of the game at As Quoted. We love to power up for the day with an Avocado Toast or Sweet Toast with Maca + Banana, paired with a Matcha or Turmeric Latte. Set in a modern, clean space, As Quoted is typically bustling with energy to start the day. If it’s warm enough, grab a coveted table out front to take in the scenery before embarking on the day’s adventure.

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Revitaliste | Sacramento Street Shopping Guide | Spruce Restaurant | San Francisco


If a full dinner experience is not in the cards, one of our favorite treats is stopping in for a glass of champagne & french fries at Spruce. A charming neighborhood gem that is equally approachable as it is sophisticated, tuck in at Spruce’s cozy bar for our must-have deeply satisfying high-low snack. Trust us when we tell you, this is a pairing as good as lucite and brass.

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Revitaliste | Sacramento Street Shopping Guide | Sorrel Restaurant | San Francisco


End the day on a high note, a Michelin star high note, with a visit to Sorrel for dinner. The exquisite menu features Californian-inspired cuisine with authentic and vibrant Italian influences that highlights ingredients available from the local farmers markets and Sorrel’s own rooftop garden. A perfect place to enjoy an impeccable experience while recapping a day of inspired design-minded shopping.

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Revitaliste | Sacramento Street Shopping Guide | Garibaldis | San Francisco


A Presidio Heights dining institution for over 20 years, Garibaldis is always a great choice. Self-described as “the quintessential SF neighborhood restaurant”, we’d be hard-pressed to disagree with their mix of classics done just right. We love a lunchtime break here to rest our feet and strategize the remaining stops on our design-lovers tour. Whether you’re down for a perfect burger, prefer to keep it light with a Grilled Chicken and Farro Salad, or are ready to tuck into our personal ‘naughty and nice’ favorite combo, Risotto Croquettes and a Chopped Salad -- you can’t go wrong.

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Revitaliste | Sacramento Street Shopping Guide | Sociale | San Francisco


For a more low-key dinner option, Sociale is an adorable northern Italian restaurant tucked into an incredibly quaint alley with lovely seasonal rustic dishes. This is the place to go all in on pasta and wine. Whether it’s the signature Pici Bolgnese and an elegant barolo or a seasonal Spinach and Chanterelle Lasagna and chianti, there will be no regrets at Sociale.

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Revitaliste | Sacramento Street Shopping Guide | B Patisserie | San Francisco

B Patisserie

You’ve had a day of indulgence. Do not leave your sweet tooth out of the fun. Pop into B Patisserie and stock up on unbelievably worth-it croissants for breakfast tomorrow and pretty much anything that strikes your fancy for an immediate treat for before or after dinner will be well-worth it. Your taste buds will thank us.

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