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Housed in a Tenderloin warehouse originally built in 1910, Jay Jeffers’ eponymous store was a long time coming. His design firm has been around since 1999, but it wasn’t until 2012 that the long-awaited brick-and-mortar finally opened. The store is a stunning reflection of Jeffers’ signature style; eye-catching and interesting without being flashy, and simultaneously comfortable and sophisticated. As for the merchandise, you’ll find plenty of bespoke furniture from talented designers and craftsmen, many of whom Jeffers has limited-edition partnerships with. If you’re not currently redecorating, there’s a healthy selection of books and a few fashion items, plus plenty of throws, pillows, and bar accessories to take home.

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