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April 26, 2013
We recently had the chance to visit Williamsburg design shop, The Future Perfect's, newest west coast outpost in the Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco (check out our first report here!) and it certainly did not disappoint. Inside, a hearty mix of well-established, international, not-so-well-known, and local designers, such as Piet Hein Eek to Alfredo Häberli to Fort Standard, comely crowded the black and white walled small space.
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  The Future Perfect's storefront on Sacramento Street. Just a step or two up, fellow home furnishing store March.

    The Future Perfect's storefront on Sacramento Street. Just a step or two up, fellow home furnishing store March.

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  A plethora of furniture pieces and objects gently bask in the mid-afternoon light.

    A plethora of furniture pieces and objects gently bask in the mid-afternoon light.

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  A trio of log stools by Jason Phillips stand guard in front of Dutch designer Piet Hein Eek's Waste Cabinet in scrapwood.

    A trio of log stools by Jason Phillips stand guard in front of Dutch designer Piet Hein Eek's Waste Cabinet in scrapwood.

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  An elegant lighting fixture by NYC-based Lindsey Adelman hangs above a custom-made dining table by Piet Hein Eek.

    An elegant lighting fixture by NYC-based Lindsey Adelman hangs above a custom-made dining table by Piet Hein Eek.

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  A trio of Teardrop Thrown Bells by MQuan.

    A trio of Teardrop Thrown Bells by MQuan.

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  A gold branched fixture by San Francisco-based interior, lighting, and furniture designer Charles de Lisle.

    A gold branched fixture by San Francisco-based interior, lighting, and furniture designer Charles de Lisle.

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  A little gang of walnut and oak magnets by Fort Standard.

    A little gang of walnut and oak magnets by Fort Standard.

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  A pair of hand blown clear glass Curiosity Vessels with solid brass stoppers by Lindsey Adelman.

    A pair of hand blown clear glass Curiosity Vessels with solid brass stoppers by Lindsey Adelman.

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  A mix of agate coasters infiltrate a display table. On the bottom right, metal bottle openers by Fort Standard.

    A mix of agate coasters infiltrate a display table. On the bottom right, metal bottle openers by Fort Standard.

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  Score + Solder's handmade quartz terrariums on display.

    Score + Solder's handmade quartz terrariums on display.

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  Bowls by Ilse Crawford for Georg Jensen and Studioilse add some contrast to Studioilse's extending wooden Together Table.

    Bowls by Ilse Crawford for Georg Jensen and Studioilse add some contrast to Studioilse's extending wooden Together Table.

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The Future Perfect's storefront on Sacramento Street. Just a step or two up, fellow home furnishing store March.

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