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The Future Perfect Opens in San Francisco

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The Future Perfect Opens in San Francisco

Sarah Lonsdale May 14, 2013

We’ve been fans of The Future Perfect ever since it opened in Williamsburg in 2003. Owner David Alhadeff manages to combine both glamor and charm in his collection of furnishings and goods for the home, offering a continuously fresh and creative perspective.

Needless to say, we headed right over when  Alhadeff opened a West Coast TFP outpost in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights neighborhood recently. As he tells us, “I opened in San Francisco for the simple reason that it’s an amazing market with a sophisticated clientele who appreciate quality, craftsmanship, and perceive beauty in the details, which is exactly what we also look for in the objects we represent.  The fact that San Francisco is one of the most beautiful places in the world doesn’t hurt.”  It also doesn’t hurt that he moved next door to March, one of our favorite SF haunts. To learn more, visit The Future Perfect.

Above: A Goddard Sofa designed by Russell Pinch. The large white Quartz Crystals on the table are by Michele Quan.

Above: Displayed in the window are two round Milled Bowls in Scrapwood by Piet Hein Eek.

Above: A Lindsey Adelman light is suspended over a Piet Hein Eek Waste Table in Scrapwood. Nearby are a trio of metallic Log Stools by Jason Phillips.

Above: On the table is a ceramic Facet Bowl by Piet Hein Eek.

Above: On the wall, the Imo Folding Stool by Russell Pinch.

Above: Suspended over the table is a Linden Chandelier by local designer Charles de Lisle for The Future Perfect, in satin brass finish.

Above: An Oscar Sectional Sofa by Mathew Hilton with Michele Quan bells above.

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Product Summary  

Russell Pinch

Goddard Sofa

$6,820.00 USD from The Future Perfect
Low Stools & Ottomans

Gold Log Stool

$325.00 USD from The Future Perfect
Piet Hein Eek

Facet Bowl

$965.00 USD from The Future Perfect

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