Bae is this incredibly sweet little home decor shop in San Francisco. Unlike one of the places on Sacramento Street (the place shall remain nameless) the person working at Bae was really nice and friendly. Even the people shopping were lovely (got to chatting with the bored husband and he was impressed that a Kellogg MBA was doing something that didn’t involve banking.)
Of course, I did fall in love with a few things in particular…
I loved these vases. Delicate, beautiful and admittedly, kind of useless. They could hold wrapped candy…
The color of this is so pretty – and the intricate cut pattern makes the lamp look like lace.
This was my favorite though – the wall of wisdom. According to the Bae blog, “Signs of Wisdom are giclee prints of artist Kim Smith’s original collages of found vintage book pages, calendars and maps.”
These really are some brilliant quotes… I think the first one is my favorite.
Great 60’s influenced entry or hall table.
Bae Home – the website doesn’t ship internationally, but I’m certain if you called they would comply with any special request.
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this is a great store! i love that mirrored dresser and the wall of wisdom is very clever.
love the pictures – so much great stuff in what appears to be not an enormous space. They clearly have a solid grasp on the ‘art of display’ – more and more rare these days. Wall of wisdom? Great idea and – again – what a great way to use display. That would great in an apartment for almost anything but I’m thinking of a Playbill collection that needs release from storage.