Tag Archive: gifts

Meet the Makers 01: Social Print Studio

By now you know I love taking photos, but you know what I miss?? Printing them. I have files stored on my laptop, on memory cards, backed up on a server or a… Continue reading

Spotted SF / Outer Richmond / Mixed Nuts

I went to high school a couple of blocks away from this shop and it’s great to see how the neighborhood has progressed since then. There was never really much going on out… Continue reading

Spotted SF / Inner Richmond / Modern Relics

I just discovered this sweet little gem in the city and it was seriously love at first sight. I felt as if I had stepped into a whimsy little wonderland. Every decorative item… Continue reading

Spotted / Bay Area / Berkeley / The Gardener

I constantly frequent their small shop in the SF Ferry Building especially during the farmers market on Saturdays. I always find so many lovely and nifty items for my little home. Then I… Continue reading

Spotted SF / Mission / Little Paper Planes

So delighted to have discovered this Mission spot featuring the works of many emerging artists, designers and writers. Shop owner Kelly first started an online space, then opened this shop to showcase the… Continue reading

Spotted / Bay Area / Oakland / Marion & Rose’s Workshop

I’m really enjoying my trips to Oakland, as I’m discovering so many amazing gems I never knew existed—like Marion & Rose’s Workshop in Old Town. Sweet shop owner, Kerri, has been working with… Continue reading

Spotted / Bay Area / Oakland / Crimson Horticultural Rarities

A delightful little spot located in Temescal Alley full of gorgeous gift items and small plant arrangements. You can literally circle the place in a matter of seconds, but you’ll end up staying… Continue reading

Spotted SF / Hayes Valley / Reliquary

This spot has a fun and folky collection of apparel, jewelry, accessories and home goods, with some vintage pieces added to the mix. It’s like a little Southwestern gem tucked into Hayes Valley.… Continue reading

Spotted / Bay Area / Oakland / Marisa Haskell

I’ve admired Marisa Haskell’s pieces since I first visited Temescal Alley a few months ago, then even more so as I’ve seen them featured at some of my favorite boutiques in SF. Her… Continue reading