+ Design for the Adventurous at Rare Device
Design savvy bay area shoppers know Rare Device as the place to get everything from nautical lore to laser-etching and everything inbetween.
Co-owners, and designers, Rena Tom and Lisa Congdon take pride in their handmade, beautifully crafted collection of zany wares that add panache to a humdrum home. Every object was hand picked specifically because of it's unique story, it's usefulness, and it's position in the modern, quirky aesthetic of the shop.
Part shop, part gallery, Rare Device enjoys hosting traveling shows for many modern artists of today.
Simply put, Rare Device is good stuff for a good home.
+ Listen to What Heidi Says to Wear
Why not step into something with a little more flair? Maybe Michael Kors wedges, or the impossibly high Giusseppe Zanotti stilettos? Heidi Says Shoe Salon steps up to the challenge. Here you’ll find all the latest trends, from high-class stilettos to essential yet sophisticated flip-flops and even a great selection of handbags to go with your new kicks. Spice it up with a beaded necklace from their jewelry collection. Once you see what Heidi Says has to offer, you won't want to step out empty handed.
+ Find International Designs at Modern Appealing Clothing
Modern Appealing Clothing offers an unexpected quality of high fashion clothing. The MAC shop has exposed brick, high ceilings, and funhouse mirrors offered by the sister-brother-mother team of owners. Handsome English-cut suits for men and spartan dresses for women hang with a mix of local and international modern jewelry. Best known as a source for clothing from Belgian designers like Dries van Noten and Martin Marjiela, they also carry an extensive sampling of Japanese designers.
+ Zinc Details
Take one step inside this unsuspecting gem, and find a trove of hidden treasure - a veritable mish-mosh of furniture and home accessories destined to become modern classics. The owners travel the globe to find these new design classics so you have a chance to get that chair or table while it’s still affordable - and before it ends up in a design museum!