Shop Talk: Blu Dot


Blu Dot | Sacramento Street

There’s a new shop in town! Welcome Blu Dot to the hottest block in town – it’s across from Bar Tartine (dangerous!). San Franciscans are going to find this as their new favorite place to shop for furniture when they are sprucing up their homes. I’ve been a long time fan of with Blu Dot with their sleek designs and glossy finishes – they can be placed in just about any home. Yesterday I had the pleasure of touring the new shop with Vice President Medora Danz. At first glance I couldn’t believe all of the product they had – yes I go onto their site regularly, but seeing it all in person made a huge difference. With a stunning exterior that is bound to have bikers distracted as they drive by, to the beautiful wood that divides up the 5000 square foot space – there are so many elements of the space that I loved.

Blu Dot | Sacramento Street
Blu Dot | Sacramento Street
Blu Dot | Sacramento Street

Blu Dot wanted to keep the space clean and not add a lot of accessories because they want the pieces to be the center of the show. They definitely accomplished that goal. And with a furniture runway down the front window that will change every few months – I guarantee there are one or two or ten pieces you’ll want to add into your home.

Blu Dot | Sacramento Street
Blu Dot | Sacramento Street
Blu Dot | Sacramento Street
Blu Dot | Sacramento Street

Doors open tonight at 5pm for the opening party, which all of you are welcome to attend. But if you can’t make it I would add it to your list of places to visit this weekend. I already have a wishlist going for our new apartment – especially the sleek Strut console.

Blu Dot

560 Valencia (between 16th & 17th)

San Francisco, CA

opening party 5pm – 9pm


Photos by Caitlin Flemming



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Since 2009, I’ve been documenting and sharing the small bits of inspiration that make up my daily life. Here, you’ll find musings on all things lifestyle, from fashion to motherhood. The common theme is recognizing and creating beauty in the everyday.