Restored & Reclaimed Décor from Zonal Home Interiors

Restored & Reclaimed Décor from Zonal Home Interiors

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Landis Carey
Feb 16, 2011

Wandering around San Francisco last week I visited the décor store Zonal Home Interiors; I was so super stoked by their inventory that I wanted to share. Even thought the store has been previously featured on Apartment Therapy and is well established in its Hayes Valley neighborhood—its been in its current location for 21 years—I thought Re-Nest readers would still appreciate the nod.

This "One Man, One Store, One Passion" show is hitting the mark with their "Primitive Country American Furniture" dating from 1860 to 1945: all pieces are beautifully restored or left untouched, whichever aesthetic Zonal owner Russell Pritchard finds most interesting. With reasonable prices and a superb eye for design, the experience of viewing Pritchard's collection left me feeling as though I'd stuck gold.

Whether visiting San Francisco or a permanent resident, this store is not to be missed.

1 1930s One Piece Cabinet; $1400
2 Modern Graphic Mosaics, $450 to $1800
3 Vintage Sign Letters; 36" tall letters B, E, S, T ($165) and I ($85) are available
4 1930s/1940s Ammo Box, $35
5 1930s Metal Bouncers; $135 for the pair

(Images: Landis Carey)

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