A nonprofit economic development project of the African People’s Education and Defense Fund, Uhuru is the best place to furnish your apartment for cheap.
The massive warehouse and lot hold all manner of salvaged goods, but specialize in housing fixtures like stoves, doors, windows, and toilets.
The place to go for high-end fixtures, flooring, counter tops, lighting, and more.
Carries second-hand clothes and housewares.
Focuses particularly on midcentury modern furniture.
An SF retail outlet with an Oakland warehouse, Art Deco Collection is chock-full of furniture, art, and collectibles, all carefully selected by consummate dealer Richard Fishman, who has a penchant for Euro finds, particularly French and Belgian ceramic cloisonné pottery, French lighting, and all things cocktail.
Offers more than a thousand styles of handcrafted Asian indoor/outdoor pottery, including planters and vases.
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.
Where savvy shoppers can find American and European light fixtures for both indoors and out.
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.
Showroom and store offering a variety of indoor and outdoor products — statues, planters, furniture, wall accents, and more — all made out of a special, sustainable patent-pending material.
Located in a 12,000-square foot, pre-WWII warehouse space, Concreteworks' Oakland showroom boasts progressive furnishings (for home and business) made from sustainable materials.