Candy-hued facades and charming nooks and crannies make up the city we call home. But perhaps it's never been so glistening as in beloved local blogger SFGirlByBay's new coffee table topper, See San Francisco (Chronicle Books). Food for our esthetically driven brains, this page-turner is a neighborhood guide to the most Instagram-worthy sights to be found in the 7x7.
Living in San Francisco, there's such a strong focus on finding the perfect home that it's easy to forget the importance of what you put inside it once you close the deal. Presidio Classics simplifies and streamlines the process of sourcing window treatments, focusing on hand-woven, natural-fiber window shade designs that will give your apartment or home a natural glow.
If you can't imagine life without a formal dining room, breakfast room, library, seven bedrooms, and a basement (do they even have those in San Francisco?), then this three-story Presidio Heights home is your perfect match. Clocking in at a cool $7.2 million, you'll net one of the most affordable homes in Presidio Heights (yep). Just don't tell your neighbors.
Casting a sense of warmth—not mere coziness—Serena Mitnik-Miller’s aesthetic comes from careful crafting of personal comforts and emotional fulfillment rather than sheer visual appeal. Though clean and simple, her newly purchased home exudes an undoubtedly artistic vibe that is as charming as General Store, Mitnik-Miller's noted local boutique.
Billed as the Airbnb of boat rentals, SF startup Boatbound is, er, making waves, with growing demand necessitating an expanding team and better workspace. Check out their nautical digs.
This weekend, amp up your spring style with trendy textiles at a pop-up sale at Mission Rock, a "magic hour" at Nordstrom, and gorgeous headwear at Goorin Bros's sample sale. Let’s do this.