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WHEN IN SAN FRANCISCO, Palmer suggests… Monument. This mid-century mecca on Valencia Street is my go-to for the perfect find. Whether it’s a Milo Baughman bench, a Gio Ponti table, or just a quirky sculpture, I never go home emptyhanded. Sue Fisher King. This one will not win me originality points, but there is a reason why this store is on everyone’s list. The cashmere throws in every color of the rainbow, Christopher Spitzmiller lamps, The Printery stationery, bone-inlay wastebaskets. What’s not to like? Plantation LA on Hayes Street. They have an incredible assortment of frames, boxes, and whatnots to make any tablescape look great. Their custom nightstands are fabulous as well. Sarlo. Gabriella Sarlo is the San Francisco equivalent of Kelly Wearstler; if she weren’t so nice, you’d have to hate her. Her store is filled with glam treasures: mirrored chests, Lucite bar carts, and eye-catching original art. Boga Oriental Rugs on Sacramento Street. They maintain an incredible collection of Turkish Oushaks and Moroccan tribal rugs at very good prices. The proprietor is also incredibly gracious, allowing many loaners until the perfect rug is found. “I swear the window valance makes the Raoul fabric seem more retro than it really is,” Weiss says. “Although my mom will look at my designs and swear I chose a wallpaper that had been in our Panama City home in 1976.” 228 Lonny october • november 2010 2010 october • november Lonny 229