San Francisco, CA: Rose and Radish Make Retail an Art
The best bouquets are delightful blends of distinct but complimentary blooms. The same is true in the world of retail. San Francisco’s Rose and Radish which is one part home accessories store, one part modern art gallery , and one part high-design showcase. The space is reborn each season with a fresh slate of interior delights arranged, not by common function, but by themes of sense and elegance. Throughout the gallery their founding specialties, floral arrangements, bringing pops of life and color into an often drizzly city.
The (modern) Folk show came to an end a few weeks ago and the doors at Rose and Radish were closed as they cleared the way for the summer season. ‘Fête’ opened June 17th and will run through summer promising to bring a little ‘party’ into your day to day. According to our friends at Design Sponge the shop has been “redesigned to feel like a garden party and the objects and artwork within will echo that party spirit.”
Rose and Radish offers the excitement of complete and constant regeneration, displaying products in a simple fashion while paying homage to the senses.
Located at 460 Gough Street in San Francisco, the gallery of Rose and Radish is open Tuesday through Thursday, and the floral shop is open Monday through Friday.
Posted by Alex Kain