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David Alhadeff founded his interior boutique, The Future Perfect, a decade ago in Williamsburg, and it quickly became synonymous with Brooklyn design. Six years later he opened a second location in NYC's NoHo. Until now, those were the only two places where you could find The Future Perfect's particular brand of modern aesthetic. But yay for us, a Pacific Heights location is now open!
Williamsburg is often compared to San Francisco, so it's not surprising that Alhadeff feels a kinship here, where he has spent half of his time since 2011. He told the NYT he finds the market "very progressive and smart."
The new store will stock Future Perfect's own line of furniture, as well as pieces by Piet Hein Eek and Russell Pinch; lighting by Lindsey Adelman and Charles de Lisle; and accessories from Lobmeyr, Artel, Michele Quan and Fort Standard. Check out the new digs at 3085 Sacramento Street.
· The Future Perfect Expands to San Francisco [New York Times]
· The Future Perfect [Official Site]