The Future Perfect

San Francisco, California

The Future Perfect is the first West Coast branch of a well-known New York City furniture store, but it happens to have a suitably Left Coast aesthetic: artsy, unfussy pieces created via sustainable, ethical practices. It’s the only shop in San Francisco to carry Piet Hein Eek’s elegantly slatted palm-wood baskets (from $129) or Lindsey Adelman’s blown-glass-and-brass-clamp lamps ($1,900). If you’re bent on buying local, S.F.’s own Charles de Lisle has designed a chandelier—spare and branchy—especially for the store; it’s made in South San Francisco, and for only $13,550, it’s yours.

Last Reviewed
January 2016


3085 Sacramento St.
San Francisco, CA