A one-stop spot for all your household needs, from pillows and bedding to curtains and rugs.
A shop selling a mix of functional and artistic Italian ceramics.
Sells custom-made, premium hardwood furniture for home and office.
Carries second-hand clothes, housewares, and furnishings.
Packed with (reasonably priced) used electronics, clothing, furniture, and household goods, the nonprofit also helps developmentally disabled adults in the East Bay.
The store features furniture fashioned in modern design forms, from iconic mid-century works to more contemporary pieces.
Offers eco-friendly supplies on every front, from flooring and paint to tiles and counter tops.
A maze-like, gargantuan store full of cheap, Scandinavian-style furniture and accessories (and food!).
An upscale home-furnishings store that doubles as a cafe/bakery; it makes its own muffins, scones, cookies, sandwiches, and more — many vegan and gluten-free — fresh daily.
The decades-old architectural salvage yard features two huge lots full of home accessories, from light fixtures to corner cabinets.
You could spend hours perusing the shelves and racks of this warehouse-style thrift store, where you're most certain to find at least one or two tchotchkes or pieces of clothing to make your friends envious.
Part of the popuphood initiative in Old Oakland, Umami Mart sells Japanese bar, coffee, and kitchen supplies.
The massive warehouse and lot hold all manner of salvaged goods, but specialize in housing fixtures like stoves, doors, windows, and toilets.