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Shopper’s Diary: March in San Francisco

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Shopper’s Diary: March in San Francisco

June 25, 2009

Sam Hamilton and Mark Cunningham, the duo behind interiors shop March in San Francisco, are Polo Ralph Lauren alumnae who have brought their creative talents to the West Coast. From the start, they have embraced a classic modern look at March, offering an eclectic, sophisticated mix of obscure decorative objects and refined midcentury and antique furniture. They recently expanded into a carriage house behind their Sacramento Street shop, where they feature a carefully curated selection of items for the tabletop and home.

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Above: Pair of French canvas chairs from the 1970s; $5,500.

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Above: A selection of Christiane Perrochon’s handmade stoneware; pieces start at $175.

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Above: 1940s wooden Swiss bowl with staples; $1,600.

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